Underneath: A Filmic Novella

Underneath A Filmic Novella Terry King is a man damaged by his personal demons With an ex wife and son who don t want to see him and a career lost to drink he s at rock bottom when an offer to be security at Station arises B

  • Title: Underneath: A Filmic Novella
  • Author: Oli Jacobs
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Terry King is a man damaged by his personal demons With an ex wife and son who don t want to see him and a career lost to drink, he s at rock bottom when an offer to be security at Station 17 arises.Based near the recently discovered Shackleton Trench, Terry arrives to find things are not what they seem, the rig being a front for a vast underwater research facility led byTerry King is a man damaged by his personal demons With an ex wife and son who don t want to see him and a career lost to drink, he s at rock bottom when an offer to be security at Station 17 arises.Based near the recently discovered Shackleton Trench, Terry arrives to find things are not what they seem, the rig being a front for a vast underwater research facility led by Walker However down beneath the depths, Terry soon finds his demons becoming real as the Station s discovery infects the crew and Terry finds he has to fight not only his issues, but the creatures from the depths, to survive.Underneath A Filmic Novella is a story 8 years in development from Oli Jacobs Inspired by classic stories The Thing and The Shining, it brings a brand of horror that will both chill and disturb.Remember, you never know what lurks Underneath

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    1. I enjoyed Oli Jacobs's first collection of short stories, so was keen to read Underneath, as an extended piece of prose.Unfortunately a decent claustrophobic horror story is let down by constant errors. I can always forgive the odd typo, but after a fairly solid opening chapter, there is on average at least one punctuation or grammatical error on every page. Many are misplaced apostrophes, but then there are missing prepositions and other lesser sins. Individually, each is negligble, but the cum [...]

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