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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Would Megacorp want YOU as a REUSEABLE? Are you that good? Jake Strom, salvage diver. is also a cautionary tale about what can happen if we don't appreciate and care for the natural world around us. I highly recommend all three of John G. Rees' books as they bring a refreshing twist on the standard vampire tale.
In his third horror novel, BLACK TIDE, john g rees takes you on a forward journey back in time. Back in time to the beginning for Jake Strom, before he becomes a Reuseable. We meet Jake before this recruitment becomes the only alternative. Megacorp, in control for years, was taking men like Jake, with their knowledge in their hands and head. Only the old remember a time before the small corporation rose from the ashes of a destroyed world economy during the early 21st century and became the dominant player, in control of most of the world.
Black Tide Rising by John Ringo and Gary Poole I devoured the four Tide books by John Ringo. This collection of short stories by a dozen different authors makes for a fun addition to that series. Hopefully, Mr. Ringo will eventually please his readers by renewing the original saga with his characters moving to the Pacific from the Atlantic. This item: Black Tide Rising (Black Tide Rising anthologies Book 1). Set up a giveaway.
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john g rees takes you on a journey back in time with his third horror novel BLACK TIDE . Black Tide is the third book in the ‘anoxic zone’ series. We meet Jake while he is still a ‘normal diver’, following him through the boredom and adventures that come with a life of commercial diving. After a few incidents where Jake unknowingly comes face to face with his future, the future – never all that patient – comes to him.
If you haven’t read John Ringo’s awesome Black Tide Rising series, you’re missing out. It started as a trilogy, spun out into a quartet, then inspired an antholog. .not that I would know anything about that. Heh. The premise is simple: Imagine if The Walking Dead was reasonable, and the characters smart and likable. It started with a not Zombie plague, even though the airborne virus turns the majority of those infected into violent, mindless savages with a bad tendency to bite. Due to stupid squishy policies (like a ban on shooting to kill the poor unfortunate souls who are merely sick.