The Deep by Nick Cutter
Book Review By Sean M. Sanford
The Deep involves many…depths. Sure, it primarily takes place in the bottommost recess of the Pacific, but it also involves familial alienation, societal islands, and a few of man’s best friends being used for biological experiments. Nick Cutter takes us to an environment fraught with barriers and warning. Coupled with a brand of aquatic evil that’s trying to get devastatingly friendly. Maybe mixed signals conduct well under water.
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“The universe can be a stone-cold asshole sometimes.” - Nick Cutter
Do you remember how old you were when you realized that adults, in general, don’t really know much about…anything? I was 7. My first grade teacher told me that negative numbers were not real. It was in this moment that it dawned on me that Mrs. Simpson, like so many adults, are full of shit.
George Carlin said something to the effect of, “think about how...