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‘Black Tide’ runs Ashore

Would Megacorp want you as a Reuseable? Are you that valuable?

The first printing of john g rees’ new HORROR novel, BLACK TIDE, has finally been released in print by Black Water Books

With BLACK TIDE, john g rees takes us back with this freaquel to anoxic zone and Halocline, back in time to the beginning for Jake Strom. We meet Jake before his recruitment as a ‘Reuseable’ becomes the only alternative, death everlasting.
Megacorp, who controlled most of this near future world, was taking men like Jake with their knowledge in their hands and heads. Siphoning off the skills they wanted to keep the planet running, Megacorp turned the rest of the population into domesticated consumers; this consumer mentality came at a cost. The virtual world was scarfing up everyone. No one wanted to be or to do anything anymore, outside the box that is. We had begun living a virtual existence. Unfortunately all the apps in the world can’t fix a leaky pipe or a broken ship.

Diver, dope smuggler, junkie, killer on demand and a life that just will not end. It’s not the way it started or the way he wanted it to be. Things just kind of worked out that way for Jake. Hang on for another macabre ride as Jake comes to terms, sort of, with what he has become while he does the bidding of men whose minds are twisted with greed.

john g rees was a salvage diver in Honolulu for some years in the 80’s and 90’s, getting a lot of research for his novels first hand. Working in Pearl Harbor on Navy vessels to Japanese fishing boats, he dived the watery field in his youth, only to see all the horror years later. He enjoys writing it down.

AUTHOR: john g rees ISBN 978-0-9831920-6-0
Publisher: Black Water Books 5.5”x 8.5” softcover

Available in print and eBook at www.blackwaterbooks.com, Amazon, BN.com and other booksellers on line and off.

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