Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Five of the best reads featuring creepy ass water

Kendare Blake's newest novel is Three Dark Crowns. One of his favorite reads that somehow star creepy water, as shared at
The Drowning Girl by Caitlín R. Kiernan

That’s far more relaxed than I’d look drowning. This novel is a fictionalized memoir of India Morgan Phelps (Imp, to her friends) an artist struggling with mental illness, whose already complicated life takes a strange turn when she picks up hitchhiker Eva Canning, sole survivor of a cult whose members walked into the sea. Is Eva a ghost? A selkie-like sea creature in human form? As Imp delves into the mysterious woman’s history, there is plenty to question, including the reliability of Imp’s own accounting.

For lovers of unreliable narrators this book is a must. And there’s plenty of creepy ass water to be found, particularly the cold waves of the Atlantic along the coasts of Rhode Island.
Learn about another entry on the list.

The Drowning Girl is among Peter Straub's six favorite books.

My Book, The Movie: The Drowning Girl.

--Marshal Zeringue