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Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Dark Fathom by Tom Morrisey

Where Deep Blue has originality, Dark Fathom does not. I'm not going to compare the two books; I'm going to focus on Dark Fathom by itself. It's ridiculous and unnecessary.
Beck Easton is back with another treasure, another mystery, and another girlfriend. That new girlfriend ruins the originality of the first Beck Easton adventure.
There's not much different about the plots of Deep Blue and Dark Fathom. They are almost exactly the same.
Except that Beck has become perfect and mysterious male lead with a troubled past unknown to those who did not read Deep Blue.
The biggest problem with authors today is that they can't leave well enough alone. Tom Morrisey just had to continue the story. He couldn't leave it alone. If he had left it alone, Deep Blue would have been one of the best books on earth.
But no, he had to do it.
I know the public wanted a sequel, and Tom satisfied them. I know everyone probably loves this book better than the first, but I found it nearly unbearable to read.
I would not recommend this book to anyone.
1 star

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