Rolling in the Deep
The Imagine Network is known for producing quasi-documentary shows that are blends of fact and fiction, with some impressive special effects that viewers have come to expect and enjoy. And now they’re going to start filming their biggest and most expensive project yet: to find a real mermaid. Along with the standard film crew, there are a number of scientists, a full crew to pilot the mighty ship Atargatis, and a group of professional mermaids who pretend to be these fabled creatures.
The entire group will be heading to the Mariana Trench, where each of the scientists will conducting their studies and research, while the group of fake mermaids frolic in the waters and the film crew does their thing. Only no one is really sure what that green light is deep in the water, and when something comes up to say hi with all its teeth, everyone starts to become a believer.
Rolling in the Deep is Mira Grant at her best, turning a conventional story completely on its head and giving you some great horror to boot, along with some fun scientific research that will made the reader think.
|Author||Mira Grant, Julie Dillon, Illustrator|
|Page Count||128 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|