Geoff Morrison’s “Undersea” Only .99 On Kindle!

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I am always on the hunt for a good book, especially during the summertime. Once on a week’s vacation to the beach I blew through 12 books! Needless to say, I try to bargain hunt for new titles. So Geoffrey Morrison’s book “Undersea”, for only .99 on Kindle, has caught my eye!

Here’s the description:

In a world flooded and irradiated by a nearly forgotten cataclysm generations passed, all that remains of civilization clings to life in two war-torn, city-sized submarines. For fifty years, the only peace between them has come from separation.

Now, young councilwoman Ralla Gattley has uncovered mysteries that will bring these two factions face-to-face, setting in motion events that will forever change their undersea world. Along the way she meets Thom Vargas, a bored fisherman and aspiring drunk who merely wants to climb one rung on the social ladder. Little does he know that single step may well put the fate of the world in his hands.

First, I am a huge sucker for a well done post-apocalyptic tale. Plus two of my favorite books are “Sphere” and, of course, “20,000 Leagues Under The Sea“. So I am extremely excited to crack into this book!

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Look for a review in the “reading room” section of the Gear Diary newsletter soon, and let me know in the comments if there’s any other great books I should try this summer!

Download Undersea on Amazon today!

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