In the Sea
It’s not easy to write a review about a book that I read literally walking across my apartment while I was making lunch. Yes, it does go by that quickly. Not a bad book by any means, it examines a man living underwater who tries to join society with disappointing results. A good story of isolation and trying to fit in, it’s just probably the quickest things I’ve ever read. You can get one for $2 from the Top Shelf web page. Murky and vague, it feels like you’re underwater and, as always, the packaging of these Robot Publishing books is fantastic.