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Into the Drowning Deep
Into the Drowning Deep | Mira Grant
The voyage of the Atargatis set off on a journey to the Mariana Trench to film a 'mockumentary' bringing to life ancient sea creatures of legend. She was lost at sea with all hands. Some have called it a hoax; others a maritime tragedy. Now, a new crew has been assembled. But this time they're not out to entertain. Some seek to validate their life's work. Some seek the greatest hunt of all. But for the ambitious young scientist Victoria Stewart, this is a voyage to uncover the fate of the sister she lost. Whatever the truth may be, it will only be found beneath the waves. But the secrets of the deep come with a price . . . New York Times bestselling author Mira Grant takes us on a journey into the unknown in this gripping stand-alone novel in which myths come to life.
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Laughterhp
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Started this in October, but my hold ran out. Picked up the book on audio. This was a great monster book with so much going on. They‘re basically hunting for mermaids and trying to prove they‘re real. And boy do they find them.

RedxoHearts I've been trying to find this one on audio but no luck. I read the prequel to it last month and liked it. Very creepy. I started on this one but ended up caught up in other books. So I plan to check it out again soon to read 3w
Laughterhp @RedxoHearts My library had it on audio! Yes, I read the prequel first too! 3w
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ReadingOver50
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A crew of scientists go to the Marianas Trench to investigate sightings of mermaids in the area, and the disappearance of a previous expedition. The trip was funded by an entertainment conglomerate hoping to get some good footage out of this. You get the needs of the company vs the needs of the scientists vs the safety of everyone. It reminded me of the Alien movies, where the Company wanted to capture an alien, and all the crew was expendable.

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suvata
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#StoryGraph: fiction horror lgbtqia+ science fiction adventurous medium-paced

This is not a cute little mermaid story. This book scared the bejesus out of me. I only like horror when it is well-written and this book definitely was. Terrifying, yes, but I also enjoyed the science. 5⭐️

This novel takes us to a new world of ancient mysteries and mythological dangers come to life.

The ocean is home to many myths,

But some are deadly. . .

Laughterhp I got 100 pages in and my loan expired! So they were just getting on the ship! I put it back on hold to finish! 1mo
suvata @Laughterhp Well, that‘s no fun at all. I‘m glad you‘re checking it back out because it really is a great book. 1mo
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Kylivi

I've heard this book described as diet Michael Crichton, and I would agree with that assessment. It tries to get there, but it's not as satisfying or interesting as actual Michael Crichton books. It's a “meh“ from me.

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DebinHawaii
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#OminousOctober

I started this audiobook for #Scarathlon2022 #TeamMonsterMash but found out I should read/listen to the novella tagged below first. 🤷🏻‍♀️ Either way, the mermaids in this one are definitely a #Monster with very sharp teeth—all the better for eating humans with. 😱🧜🏽‍♀️🧜🏽‍♀️🧜🏽

Eggs 🖤🧛🏼‍♀️🖤 2mo
Johanna414 Oooh i loved Into the Drowning Deep a couple years ago but never knew there was a prequel story! 2mo
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Laughterhp I just got this book from the library. Why do we need to read Rolling in the Deep first? Will I be confused? 2mo
JamieArc @Laughterhp I don‘t think you *need* to read the prequel first. You won‘t be confused. But the novella is short and provides a lot of back information that is referenced. It‘s one of those situations where it‘s more like you‘ll be glad you read the novella first. I found the audiobook on Hoopla. 2mo
Laughterhp Thanks @JamieArc ! I‘ll see if my library has it on hoopla too! 2mo
DebinHawaii @JamieArc @Laughterhp @Johanna414 Good to know about the prequel being a “good to read” not “have to read.” 🤗 2mo
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Rachiiebookdragon
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I initially read this physically but I listened via audiobook as I was struggling to read physically, this was an interesting book.

3.75/5

Read for prompts for:

#PopSugarReadingChallenge2022

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abookishbutterfly
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I will confess that I did struggle a bit with the pacing early on. There were many aspects of the slow, methodical build that I could appreciate, but I did begin to grow impatient as I waited for the actual horror, which didn‘t surface until over a quarter of the story played out. Once the focal point came into view, I was satisfied with both the unsettling intensity and the emotional pull, which quickened the pace immensely.

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Emilymdxn
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I‘m a big horror fan and this is a new all time favourite. It felt very old school and the writing was incredible - great build up, great characters and setting, amazing creeping sense of dread, so exciting my heart was in my mouth and I LOVE this version of mermaids. And a bisexual sonar specialist standing against the murderous mermaids boarding the research vessel? Yes please.

ShyBookOwl You've made me want to move this much higher up on my TBR 😊 9mo
Reggie The dolphins!!!! 😭Lol, I loved this book, too. 9mo
Emilymdxn @Reggie literally that part ripped me to pieces! 9mo
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Jerdencon
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#newyearwhodis @Kangaj1 @monalyisha
This was my last choice in the first round of books…
A little too science fiction for me but was well done!

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Sherlockmarie
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Panpan

Promising concept and not a good execution in my opinion. Stale characterization and somewhat predictable. I did like the science parts but overall the story dragged on and on.

annahenke Interesting - this is on my Kindle! Thanks for the review. 10mo
Sherlockmarie @annahenke you‘re welcome. If you end up reading it, let me know what you think. It had a very high rating so I was a little surprised I didn‘t care for it. 10mo
annahenke @Sherlockmarie I will! I have heard good things as well, so was intrigued to hear a different take! I‘m not a big horror reader but thought I would try this based on the premise. We‘ll have to see! 10mo
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candc320
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I FINALLY finished!! It was really good but was just so long and science heavy that I tended to only be able to read it for so long before having to take a break to read something else. Loved the characters, though, and really appreciated what a wide range of characters the author utilized. This would make an epic movie as I spent a large amount of time running through it in my head. Interested to see what else the author has written. 🌟🌟🌟🌟

JamieArc Yes, I agree, it would make a great (and creepy!) film. 10mo
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Jerdencon
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This is the last book I picked for #newyearwhodis and hoping to start it today or tomorrow.
I really enjoyed my other 3 pics with What Comes After being my fav so far!
@Kangaj1 @monalyisha

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Nessavamusic
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My easiest pick for #12Booksin2021 my #October favorite is my new favorite horror read.

Andrew65 Great choice. 11mo
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Nessavamusic
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#sundayfunday

1. Tagged is fantastic, my new favorite horror novel
2. T.J. Klune! 🥰
3. Nope, I read my favorite genres only. I am planning on trying book journaling in 2022 though!

ozma.of.oz Good luck on your book journal! Thanks for posting! 11mo
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JamieArc
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Who knew I needed mermaid horror in my life??? All you littens that recommended it, that‘s who! Loved this, and what a great time to read this during Halloween. It gave me some wicked dreams, and I hope I forget about it when I‘m in a boat on the ocean next week 😂. Highly recommend, and definitely recommend the prequel first (audiobook is great-3 hours and found it on hoopla). All the starfish for this book! 🧜🏽‍♀️

vivastory I loved this one. I need to check out the prequel. I don't know if you ever read graphic novels, but this has similar vibes 13mo
JamieArc @vivastory Ooh! I do read graphic novels but hadn‘t heard of that. Thanks! And do check out the prequel. It‘s not as good, but just because it‘s shorter. It‘s an extra piece of goodness to the story. 13mo
vivastory Will def check out the prequel. For some reason I thought the prequel was just a mini version of the same story, but that doesn't seem to be the case at all. 13mo
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Reggie The dolphins!!! And the poor parrotfish just chillin or so he thought….😭lol glad you liked it! 13mo
Cathythoughts Great review 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 13mo
JamieArc @Reggie I know! I had seen someone mention the bit about the dolphins, so I was expecting it, but how much better would it have been if they were the ones to save the day?! 13mo
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broughtyoubooks
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The single horror read I managed this month. Not what I was expecting (based of Seanan McGuire stuff) but interesting nonetheless. It was a very slow lead up, but established the characters well, with a strong environmental message throughout. The end was a little too abrupt, I just wanted to see the continuation of the main relationship to a fuller capacity.

Nessavamusic If based off Goodreads it will be a series! 13mo
broughtyoubooks @Nessavamusic would love more in a series!! Will definitely need to check out the prequel novella though. 13mo
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Nessavamusic
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This was 💯a #BlameitonLitsy read. Y‘all were right, this was fantastic. Probably my favorite horror read ever and I want a movie now, but not because they would probably mess it up. Scientists go to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a boat crew and mermaids happen. This is no Disney movie, but there is a small romance. One of favorite reads of the year 5⭐️
+15 + 1 - 16pts for #teamhendrix
#20in4 #scarathlon2021

Andrew65 Great 👏👏👏 13mo
HeatherBlue Such a great read!!! 13mo
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Nessavamusic
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#WonderousWednesday
🎃Listening to tagged - and it‘s so good a #blameitonlitsy book, also reading Witches Get Stitches-which I think I‘ll finish today & Empire of the Vampire both are very enjoyable too.
🎃Read, watch some movies at home, give out candy
🎃Getting my COVID booster on Friday!

Eggs Thanks for joining in 🖤🎃❤️ 13mo
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Chili
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Finished this earlier and forgot to post it. I will never take a cruise. #Scarathlon #TeamHendrix #Screamathon #Wickedathon #SpookOWeen #ReadWithUs

JamieArc I just started this, and I‘m thinking it was bad timing as I‘m headed to the ocean in a couple of weeks 😂 13mo
Chili @JamiArc ohh man that is bad timing. 🤣 13mo
LeslieO I loved this one! 13mo
TheSpineView Great job 13mo
DieAReader Great job🎉🎉 13mo
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Reggie
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#21DaysofHorror Day 16. A couple of years ago I was in an international horror postal group and this was one of those gems that came my way. We think of mermaids as beautiful creatures and Mira Grant says Funk that. Cause in here they are poisonous, disgusting, murderous, monsters!!! There is a lot to love in here, crazy scientists, queer people with agendas, different points of views including those of animals, people behaving stupidly in the👇🏼

Reggie scariest of situations. Just a great read. Check it out. 13mo
Cathythoughts Brilliant review as alway .. I‘m smiling away as I read it … very different 🧜‍♀️ mermaids indeed 😳 13mo
vivastory Great choice! I recall a few weeks before I read Grant's novel I had insomnia & I read the following which had similar vibes 13mo
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Reggie @Cathythoughts Thanks, Cathy! yeah, you never want to see these mermaids. Mira Grant writes really well and her stories always convey larger themes, just going for a splash here on the days of horror. Lol 🖤 13mo
Reggie @vivastory Thanks, Scott. I‘ll check it out. Mira also wrote one of my favorite short zombie stories called You Can Stay All Day. I really need to read her Feed books. 13mo
Twainy I think I might have read a prequel a year or so ago … I own this book … I need to read it. I‘m going to have to move Halloween to Nov 30. 13mo
Reggie @Twainy just celebrate Day of the Dead on November 2nd and boom, you got two more days of scary reading room. 13mo
Twainy I should celebrate them both and read horror until 11/30 too. I feel another King marathon coming on. So many books 😁 13mo
AmyG Great review. I think I have this book somewhere. 13mo
JamieArc I just started reading this after listening to Rolling in the Deep last weekend. Who knew I needed some mermaid horror in my life? Really enjoying it. 13mo
Bookzombie I‘m going to have to bump this up. It‘s been on TBR awhile. 🧜‍♀️ 13mo
Reggie @AmyG @JamieArc @Bookzombie honestly, as much horror as I read, I still get in these moods where when the girl picked it as her book, I thought, who wants to read about scary mermaids. I was so surprised. It was soooo good. 13mo
Reggie @AmyG @JamieArc @Bookzombie honestly, as much horror as I read, I still get in these moods where when the girl picked it as her book, I thought, who wants to read about scary mermaids. I was so surprised. It was soooo good. 13mo
Michael_Gee @Reggie This book has been on and off my TBR. Feed was one of the worst books I‘ve read so I feel very hesitant to try her again but your review made me stack it again. 13mo
Reggie @Michael_Gee I don‘t know if you know but she‘s also Seanan McGuire and some of those books I have disliked but she wrote one of my all time zombie short fiction stories so she has a special place in my 🖤. 13mo
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GypsyKat
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Meant to post this days ago (I‘m always playing catch-up lately 🙈) I really enjoyed these books. Mermaid horror! Now I want more mythological horror stories to read!

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Kryckett
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The Andromeda Strain … but … wetter.

FelinesAndFelonies I have this one on my shelf and I want to read it so bad. Thanks for reminding me! 14mo
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GypsyKat
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I‘m listening to the tagged book (and loving it, btw) while I drink coffee out of my new mug, and work on making some polymer clay mushrooms for some craft projects. Love this time of year! 🔥🖤🎃👻🍄🍁🍂 #AudioCrafting
#MugsOfLitsy

marleed Cute shrooms! And the mug is adorable! 1y
Eggbeater The mushrooms look great! Love the mug! 1y
Centique Aw the mushrooms! 1y
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AlaMich I love polymer clay but I haven‘t done it in years. Those mushrooms are adorable! 1y
LaraS Those mushrooms are amazing! And such a good book choice, this year I want to read the novella she based it on to see if it‘s any good 1y
GypsyKat @LaraS I read that first and really enjoyed it! 1y
GypsyKat @Centique @AlaMich Thank you! This is my first attempt at making mushrooms. 😊🍄 1y
GypsyKat @marleed @Eggbeater Thanks! I got the mug at Marshals! 1y
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ThePageantHam
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Seeking festive book recs: autumnal and/or spooky! Not looking to lose my grip on reality or fall into a deep dark pit of depression, but I can handle (and appreciate) some scares. If there is abuse, sexual violence, or suicide-related content, I may still choose to read them, but please warn a girl! I always appreciate recs whether I end up reading and loving them or not. 🍂👻🎃

Johanna414 I enjoyed The Twisted Ones by T. Kingfisher- spooky, folk horror 1y
ThePageantHam @Johanna414 thank you! I haven't read any T. Kingfisher but have been meaning to, so it may finally be time 😍 1y
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CaitlinByTheBook
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Finished this book at the beach a few weeks ago. Perfect place to read mermaid horror! The beginning dragged a bit, once we got to the action, it was interesting, but the end felt abrupt. Overall 3.5 ⭐️ for me. #horror #fiction #sciencefiction #mermaidhorror

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Pedrocamacho
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This book was a lot of fun. It was suspenseful throughout. I loved the characters and the mermaids.

Reggie The poor dolphins!!! 1y
Pedrocamacho @Reggie Yeah! They went down so hard. They barely lasted a page after Theo forced them out of the hole. 😢 (edited) 1y
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sparrowssavvy
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This is my second read of this book and it was just as amazing as the first time. To me, this is a perfect summer read! So well written and flushed out, it is like an action thriller movie. The characters are really well created and individual. I could rave about this book for days to be honest!

FlowerFairy Have you read Rolling In the Deep by Mira Grant? 1y
sparrowssavvy @FlowerFairy is that the prequel to this one? And no I haven‘t! 1y
FlowerFairy It is! Have it on Mount TBR. Hope to get to it soon. 1y
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LaraS
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Came across this book about killer mermaids when trying to find something for the fairy tale retelling challenge...this doesn't quite fit the prompt but it looks pretty awesome. I'm only about 50 pages in but the newspaper/interview excerpts, multiple viewpoints, and the “just scienc-ey enough to make you almost believe it“ style is giving me definite Max Brooks vibes. 🧜‍♀️⛴☠️

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Kboltz
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Killer mermaids! A scary story that takes Tory to the Marianas Trench to try to discover what happened to her sister 6 years ago in the same location. Science based and scary bc none of us know what lurks in the deepest parts of the ocean. Bravery was mine as I read this in my pool! Loved this and will read more from this author, well written.

Reggie The dolphins!!!😭 1y
Kboltz @Reggie I know…I think that was the worst fear when they were released. There is a lot in that book that are real life fears all put onto a “cruise”. Loved it!😂 1y
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LeslieO
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Finished Sous Chef. I love a behind the scenes look at stuff, especially restaurants. Reliving my college waitressing days. Going in on mermaid horror, based on a strong recommendation from Meredith of Currently Reading Podcast. #readinggoals

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ShelleyBooksie
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1. Mystery (especially police procedural) followed by thriller.
2. Tagged book - killer mermaids are scary. I'll Be Gone In The Dark by Michelle McNamara was so scary I had to dnf it.

@StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego , @Crazeedi , @FelinesAndFelonies ,

TheSpineView Thanks for playing and happy Tuesday! 😊 2y
Crazeedi Thanks for tag! I'm late 😊 2y
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ShelleyBooksie
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Normally not one for horror, I LOVED this book! Monster mermaids, a ship full of scientists all by itself in the Marianna Trench and some wonderful characters. A true nail biter! I was sad when this one ended I wanted to know more.

Jessieleah When you described this in your letter I was like 😱 TBR ✅ 2y
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ShelleyBooksie
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I received the coolest present today - earrings that are tiny paper books!

MsMelissa Cute! 2y
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Soubhiville
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March was a good reading month. I liked pretty much all of these.

Favorites are the tagged, Henrietta Lacks, The Unspoken Name, and Birthday.

States read: 10!

AmyG Wow! 2y
Librariana You had a fantastic reading month! Congrats! 🥳👏 I'll have to look for your reviews of some of these as I am intrigued about quite a few of them... especially 2y
Gissy Amazing!📚📚📚👏👏👏 2y
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Curly_Reader
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#axethestacks reading this beauty from my tbr for this readathon. I don‘t know why I waited so long to read this.. killer mermaids!? Enough said!
#readathon #current read

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Soubhiville
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Mira Grant is a genius at smart scientific horror with a sense of humor. I don‘t know why I let this sit in my kindle for so long without reading it. I loved it!

A luxury cruise ship full of scientists goes to the Mariana Trench to investigate rumors of killer mermaids. Another ship a few years back had gone to do the same, and the first ship was found drifting with no crew, and footage aboard of murderous creatures.

Big recommendations!

Soubhiville I really hope for a sequel! (I have read the prequel ➡️) 2y
Hooked_on_books That sounds cool! I keep meaning to try her. Hopefully I‘ll get on that sometime soon. 2y
rockpools This is absolutely not my thing.But I‘m really tempted to try it! 2y
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Soubhiville @rockpools I don‘t read much horror, this has more of a sci-fi vibe, I wasn‘t really scared by it even though there are some heart pounding moments and some blood and guts... 2y
Soubhiville @Hooked_on_books I hope you do! 2y
rockpools @Soubhiville Thank you 😊. Let‘s give it a go! 2y
Larkken I'll read anything Mira grant / Seanan McGuire writes 😂 2y
Johanna414 This one was so fun! I need to read more of her work 2y
imyril This was a blast, although I have Thoughts about legal action given how seriously the production company didn‘t take security 🙃 I think I heard there might be a sequel in the works, which would be fun! 2y
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OutAndAbout
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Good story with a suspenseful build throughout. Four instead of five stars because of the abrupt ending. I needed 1-2 more chapters to stretch it out a little for that really good cathartic ending. Killer mermaids though, can‘t complain too much!

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aperfectmjk
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I finally finished my #bookspin for #bookspinbingo. This was pretty good. Not your typical tale of mermaids. This is definitely a great duology. This falls into Horror, Fantasy, and Science Fiction, so if you're a lover of these genres, then I would definitely check it out.

@TheAromaofBooks

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 2y
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bookandbedandtea
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This was a wild ride. I'm not a huge fan of monster stories but this was entertaining and full of likeable characters- and a few not so likeable who I wasn't sad to see come to grisly ends! I enjoyed it, although the end did feel pretty abrupt. I guess I'd have liked to see them getting back to their lives and trying to begin processing/ healing.

MaleficentBookDragon I loved this one There s a prequel It is pretty short but I enjoyed it to. 2y
bookandbedandtea @MaleficentBookDragon I was considering reading the prequel. I'm glad to hear it's good. 😊 2y
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uwak
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very glad I chose to read Grant's Rising trilogy first because this book absolutely blows it out of the water (pun intended). her writing has improved so much since the rising and there's a strong sense of tension and fear in this book. the depiction of the killer mermaids is so good and interesting. the ending is a bit abrupt for the build-up, but otherwise this was a super fun read.

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bookandbedandtea
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Did any of you see the godawful mermaid "documentary" the Discovery Channel did 10-15 years ago? This (very entertaining yet creepy) book is giving me flashbacks.
#CurrentRead

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babyruth2510
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4⭐️ Finally finished reading/listening to this book. Overall enjoyed the story and the idea of killer mermaids. I liked the heavy science focus and the inclusion of three characters who spoke sign language. The amount of chapters made it easy to get confused as to who was who, especially when listening to the audiobook. Felt like the big reveal at the end could have been done better but overall a good read.

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FantasyChick
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Finally finished this today and it must just have been my mood making it take so long because this was freaking fantastic! Love me some Mira Grant 👍

Murdery mermaids are now my thing 🧜‍♀️☠☠

#bookspinbingo #crushtherush
@TheAromaofBooks @Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 2y
Kelly_the_Bookish_Sidekick Glad you enjoyed it! Great job! 2y
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Godpants
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Maybe slightly too long, but I did really like this mermaid horror. Will definitely check out more of Grant‘s work under her real name. (Is this her real name?)

Soubhiville I believe her real name is Seanan McGuire and Grant is her horror pen name. 2y
Godpants @Soubhiville I was trying to figure out which is which, and I saw it mention that she writes under the guise Seanan McGuire on her website. 🤷‍♀️ I‘m not sure! 2y
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Godpants
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A horror about killer mermaids? Yes please!

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HufflepuffBruja
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Lauredhel
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This book is SO FUCKING GOOD Y'ALL

Killer mermaids, evil big game hunters, corporations with murky ethics, animal linguists, sciencey scientists, creeping horror... Love it

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Bandrea
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You know when you happen upon a book you had never heard about but love it? And it‘s the perfect book for the perfect time? This was that book for me. It was so fun and spooky and a quick read although it was over 400 pages. Mermaids are real? Ship crew goes missing? So good!

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Lauredhel
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My weekend so far: crocheting, playing the new Australian beta release of Catan: World Explorers, and now starting Into the Drowning Deep. You?

Freespirit Your crochet is beautiful ! 2y
MidnightBookGirl Love Into the Drowning Deep! 2y
Lauredhel @Freespirit thanks! I just finished this project - two big cushions for my son. I made four different Helen Shrimpton squares. 2y
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Lauredhel @MidnightBookGirl I loved the first one - don't know why I waited so long to read this one! It does fill prompts for October in my monthly challenges so it's all good. 2y
CarolynM Ooh, I've not heard about Catan World of Explorers! Is it good? I'll have to investigate. 2y
Lauredhel @CarolynM I like it so far. It's still in region locked beta though 2y
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