Book Information 

Deep Green    ebook format

    167 pages

    Publish Date:  November 10 2013

    Publisher:  Eternal Press (a division of Damnation Books LLC)

    ASIN: B00GOJ00M4

Book Synopsis

Adrift in a lifeboat with strangers, each holding a deep secret… 

Leah Taylor prefers the quiet adventure and romance of books, but during a cruise with her parents, a terrorist attack leaves her adrift in a lifeboat with strangers. Together they face danger after danger as they fight for survival. Leah also struggles with the growing attention from the men she’s stranded with, and her mixed emotions toward them.

When Leah learns the dark secrets her fellow survivors hold, the truth will blow apart any semblance of civility and test Leah’s preconceived notions of just how far dedication can go before it crosses over into fanaticism.

Book Review

I read this book in just over 24 hours because it was addictive therefore I gave it five stars out of 5.  It was so addictive because of the story being based around a terrorist attack on a cruise ship and the aftermath of it.

Leah Taylor a shy sixteen year old girl who prefers the quite adventure and romance of books to personal adventure but during her time on the Island following the terrorist attack on the cruise ship she develops into a more confident and stronger girl. She also finds love with one of the other Characters an Arabic Boy called Musir. The developing love story between Leah and Musir after the other two characters Blue McCree and Kent Carson who were stranded with them left.

Musir an Arabic boy from Syria was a shy, reserved and unhappy individual until he and Leah started falling in love after Blue McCree and Kent Carson left the island because he becomes more secure, confident person. This happens because he slowly but surely opens up to Leah about his past.

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