Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea by Gord Rollo


The Amanda Maria is a 48 foot commercial vessel made for charter fishing and sightseeing trips. Owner Miguel Santora and his boat has unwillingly become tied to the Tonelli crime family. Equipped with the usual chains and concrete cinder blocks, the disposal of unwanted “baggage” by these heartless businessmen has become too much for Miguel to handle. The depths of the Atlantic Ocean has been converted into a private watery graveyard for all of those involved. These terrifying series of events have awoken a dark and dangerous existence from the arcane world below.

Gord Rollo takes the reader on a creepy tour of unimaginable terror with his novel, Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea. These pages of fearsome deities, hidden cities and subaquatic creatures share a Lovecraftian undercurrent of weird fantastical horror fiction. Insanity and madness exists within the murky waters of the Atlantic as well as within this full length novel.

I applaud how Rollo is able to paint a mural of imaginative populace while sustaining a solid storyline of realism. Ancient strange happenings, savage carnage and tense unforeseen derangement push this book into unexpected twists and turns. Filled with repulsive nightmares and delivering on shocking extreme violence, content warnings should be taken into consideration before navigating into these uncharted waters.
Polluting our waters with toxic poisons has never been so critical and cryptic to prevent. Find out what really prowls the ocean floors from this master storyteller. If you love yourself some underwater horror, you won’t want to miss this one. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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