Ginger Nuts of Horror
I automatically cried out "Aw leave 'im alone!" as the Star of the book was chased by us puny humans
This story so far has influenced my imagination no end. I have always been inspired and fascinated in the sea and the possibilities and terrors it could contain. After reading just under a fifth of the book I had a vivid dream about studying a global map of all the water areas on the planet with a detailed list where on land would be place names were detailed lists of the largest dwelling creatures in that area. I had to check that the first fifth of the book hadn't come with any maps or diagrams it was so vivid. And I found myself Googling images of giant squids, whales and other sea dwelling creatures.
Any book that can infiltrate my sleep and make me have memorable dreams is worthy of my praise.
I loved the story, and as most stories involving freaks of nature I automatically cried out "Aw leave im alone!" as the Star of the book was chased by us puny humans. I always have a bit of sympathy for the monsters, ever since Frankenstein.
Upon reading through to the epic finale, I immediately purchased the sequel and have promised myself it's going to the top of my TBR pile.