Into the Drowning Deep

Into the Drowning Deep

Seven years ago, the Atargatis set off on a voyage to the Mariana Trench to film a ?mockumentary? bringing to life ancient sea creatures of legend. It was lost at sea with all hands. Some have called it a hoax; others have called it a maritime tragedy. Now, a new crew has been assembled. But this time they?re not out to entertain. Some seek to validate their life?s work. So Seven years ago, the Atargatis set off on a voyage to the Mariana Trench to film a ?mockumentary? bringin...

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Title:Into the Drowning Deep
Author:Mira Grant
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:Into the Drowning Deep
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:440 pages pages

Into the Drowning Deep Reviews

  • karen
    Mar 18, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

  • Shelby *trains flying monkeys*
    Dec 03, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

  • Melanie
    Nov 06, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

  • Erin *Proud Book Hoarder*
    Oct 12, 2018

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

  • aPriL does feral sometimes
    Nov 11, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/07/... Here?s the thing: I like Seanan McGuire, but for some strange reason or another her books always seem to rub me the wrong way when she writes as Mira Grant. Because of this, I almost didn?t pick up Into t...

    Killer mermaids! It's not a strict necessity to first read the short story, but I do recommend it as it explains in more detail what happened to the ship Atargatis and thus what drives certain people in this novel (not to mention that it's a glorious gore fest). To keep the premise...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #25: A Book Set at Sea This book was so crazy and freaky and GREAT. Killer mermaids = good entertainment ...

    4.5 This book had a slow start but it was such a strong story! There were a lot of POVs but I thought it was done very well. We start out with one pov and then add another and another etc, rather than throwing a ton of characters at me at once, it was a slow build and I felt like I ...

    The Atargatis was carrying a film crew that set out to make a mockumentary about the ?truth? behind the mermaid myth. But the ship was lost at sea, and the surviving footage went viral ? footage that showed vicious man-eating mer-monsters devouring everyone on board. Seven years ...

    If you are a horror junkie, you should check out this awesome book! I mean come on, KILLER MERMAIDS! You can't get much better than that! The only reason I gave this 4 stars is because there was a bit of inconsistencies but it was an ARC so they may have changed that!? You can check...

    Basically this is like Jurassic Park at sea, with face eating mermaids instead of velociraptors. If that sounds appealing, you will probably enjoy it. I think this is my favourite Mira Grant novel since Feed. ...

    I had heard a lot of buzz about Mira Grant, but since zombies aren?t really my cup of tea, I hadn?t felt very motivated to check out her work. Mermaids, however ? especially human-eating, shark-shredding, terrifying mermaids of the mysterious deep ? are definitely more interest...

    Occasionally you read something so good, and slightly "alotly, dear lord, alotly!" terrifying that you have to berate yourself for all those 5 star review that you've been handing out, Willy nilly. I take them all back! This was, is and will still be the one book that scared the ever l...

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me a copy of this in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire, you are a MASTER storyteller. Even when you're writing under your sci-fi/horror pseudonym, I love every single thing you write. I don't know how you do it, and so ...

    You'd never know that Mira Grant is the psydonym for Seanan McGuire if you only went by writing samples. Grant's books are scientifically based, horrific thrillers that keep you on edge for most of the book. Into the Drowning Deep is no exception to the rule. Right from the very two th...

    A research ship, the Melusine with hundreds of scientists onboard focused on doing normal ocean science, and a contingent of E! Online-style ?reality? show employees focused primarily on keeping their jobs while looking good, have arrived at the Mariana Trench to find mermaids! Mos...

  • Raeleen Lemay
    Apr 14, 2018

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/07/... Here?s the thing: I like Seanan McGuire, but for some strange reason or another her books always seem to rub me the wrong way when she writes as Mira Grant. Because of this, I almost didn?t pick up Into t...

    Killer mermaids! It's not a strict necessity to first read the short story, but I do recommend it as it explains in more detail what happened to the ship Atargatis and thus what drives certain people in this novel (not to mention that it's a glorious gore fest). To keep the premise...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #25: A Book Set at Sea This book was so crazy and freaky and GREAT. Killer mermaids = good entertainment ...

  • Trish
    Feb 21, 2018

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/07/... Here?s the thing: I like Seanan McGuire, but for some strange reason or another her books always seem to rub me the wrong way when she writes as Mira Grant. Because of this, I almost didn?t pick up Into t...

    Killer mermaids! It's not a strict necessity to first read the short story, but I do recommend it as it explains in more detail what happened to the ship Atargatis and thus what drives certain people in this novel (not to mention that it's a glorious gore fest). To keep the premise...

  • carol.
    Dec 29, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

  • Bradley
    Oct 20, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    Nov 19, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/07/... Here?s the thing: I like Seanan McGuire, but for some strange reason or another her books always seem to rub me the wrong way when she writes as Mira Grant. Because of this, I almost didn?t pick up Into t...

  • Debra
    Nov 30, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

  • Fiona
    Nov 19, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/07/... Here?s the thing: I like Seanan McGuire, but for some strange reason or another her books always seem to rub me the wrong way when she writes as Mira Grant. Because of this, I almost didn?t pick up Into t...

    Killer mermaids! It's not a strict necessity to first read the short story, but I do recommend it as it explains in more detail what happened to the ship Atargatis and thus what drives certain people in this novel (not to mention that it's a glorious gore fest). To keep the premise...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #25: A Book Set at Sea This book was so crazy and freaky and GREAT. Killer mermaids = good entertainment ...

    4.5 This book had a slow start but it was such a strong story! There were a lot of POVs but I thought it was done very well. We start out with one pov and then add another and another etc, rather than throwing a ton of characters at me at once, it was a slow build and I felt like I ...

    The Atargatis was carrying a film crew that set out to make a mockumentary about the ?truth? behind the mermaid myth. But the ship was lost at sea, and the surviving footage went viral ? footage that showed vicious man-eating mer-monsters devouring everyone on board. Seven years ...

    If you are a horror junkie, you should check out this awesome book! I mean come on, KILLER MERMAIDS! You can't get much better than that! The only reason I gave this 4 stars is because there was a bit of inconsistencies but it was an ARC so they may have changed that!? You can check...

    Basically this is like Jurassic Park at sea, with face eating mermaids instead of velociraptors. If that sounds appealing, you will probably enjoy it. I think this is my favourite Mira Grant novel since Feed. ...

    I had heard a lot of buzz about Mira Grant, but since zombies aren?t really my cup of tea, I hadn?t felt very motivated to check out her work. Mermaids, however ? especially human-eating, shark-shredding, terrifying mermaids of the mysterious deep ? are definitely more interest...

    Occasionally you read something so good, and slightly "alotly, dear lord, alotly!" terrifying that you have to berate yourself for all those 5 star review that you've been handing out, Willy nilly. I take them all back! This was, is and will still be the one book that scared the ever l...

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me a copy of this in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire, you are a MASTER storyteller. Even when you're writing under your sci-fi/horror pseudonym, I love every single thing you write. I don't know how you do it, and so ...

    You'd never know that Mira Grant is the psydonym for Seanan McGuire if you only went by writing samples. Grant's books are scientifically based, horrific thrillers that keep you on edge for most of the book. Into the Drowning Deep is no exception to the rule. Right from the very two th...

    A research ship, the Melusine with hundreds of scientists onboard focused on doing normal ocean science, and a contingent of E! Online-style ?reality? show employees focused primarily on keeping their jobs while looking good, have arrived at the Mariana Trench to find mermaids! Mos...

    In expanding on the ideas originally introduced in Rolling in the Deep, Mira Grant has taken a good idea, and made it truly great. I'm not a person who likes the sea, exactly - others may call it paranoia, but I prefer to term it a healthy respect for the home of prehistoric monster...

  • Gabrielle
    May 25, 2018

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/07/... Here?s the thing: I like Seanan McGuire, but for some strange reason or another her books always seem to rub me the wrong way when she writes as Mira Grant. Because of this, I almost didn?t pick up Into t...

    Killer mermaids! It's not a strict necessity to first read the short story, but I do recommend it as it explains in more detail what happened to the ship Atargatis and thus what drives certain people in this novel (not to mention that it's a glorious gore fest). To keep the premise...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #25: A Book Set at Sea This book was so crazy and freaky and GREAT. Killer mermaids = good entertainment ...

    4.5 This book had a slow start but it was such a strong story! There were a lot of POVs but I thought it was done very well. We start out with one pov and then add another and another etc, rather than throwing a ton of characters at me at once, it was a slow build and I felt like I ...

    The Atargatis was carrying a film crew that set out to make a mockumentary about the ?truth? behind the mermaid myth. But the ship was lost at sea, and the surviving footage went viral ? footage that showed vicious man-eating mer-monsters devouring everyone on board. Seven years ...

    If you are a horror junkie, you should check out this awesome book! I mean come on, KILLER MERMAIDS! You can't get much better than that! The only reason I gave this 4 stars is because there was a bit of inconsistencies but it was an ARC so they may have changed that!? You can check...

    Basically this is like Jurassic Park at sea, with face eating mermaids instead of velociraptors. If that sounds appealing, you will probably enjoy it. I think this is my favourite Mira Grant novel since Feed. ...

    I had heard a lot of buzz about Mira Grant, but since zombies aren?t really my cup of tea, I hadn?t felt very motivated to check out her work. Mermaids, however ? especially human-eating, shark-shredding, terrifying mermaids of the mysterious deep ? are definitely more interest...

  • Mel (Epic Reading)
    Feb 21, 2018

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/07/... Here?s the thing: I like Seanan McGuire, but for some strange reason or another her books always seem to rub me the wrong way when she writes as Mira Grant. Because of this, I almost didn?t pick up Into t...

    Killer mermaids! It's not a strict necessity to first read the short story, but I do recommend it as it explains in more detail what happened to the ship Atargatis and thus what drives certain people in this novel (not to mention that it's a glorious gore fest). To keep the premise...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #25: A Book Set at Sea This book was so crazy and freaky and GREAT. Killer mermaids = good entertainment ...

    4.5 This book had a slow start but it was such a strong story! There were a lot of POVs but I thought it was done very well. We start out with one pov and then add another and another etc, rather than throwing a ton of characters at me at once, it was a slow build and I felt like I ...

    The Atargatis was carrying a film crew that set out to make a mockumentary about the ?truth? behind the mermaid myth. But the ship was lost at sea, and the surviving footage went viral ? footage that showed vicious man-eating mer-monsters devouring everyone on board. Seven years ...

    If you are a horror junkie, you should check out this awesome book! I mean come on, KILLER MERMAIDS! You can't get much better than that! The only reason I gave this 4 stars is because there was a bit of inconsistencies but it was an ARC so they may have changed that!? You can check...

    Basically this is like Jurassic Park at sea, with face eating mermaids instead of velociraptors. If that sounds appealing, you will probably enjoy it. I think this is my favourite Mira Grant novel since Feed. ...

    I had heard a lot of buzz about Mira Grant, but since zombies aren?t really my cup of tea, I hadn?t felt very motivated to check out her work. Mermaids, however ? especially human-eating, shark-shredding, terrifying mermaids of the mysterious deep ? are definitely more interest...

    Occasionally you read something so good, and slightly "alotly, dear lord, alotly!" terrifying that you have to berate yourself for all those 5 star review that you've been handing out, Willy nilly. I take them all back! This was, is and will still be the one book that scared the ever l...

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me a copy of this in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire, you are a MASTER storyteller. Even when you're writing under your sci-fi/horror pseudonym, I love every single thing you write. I don't know how you do it, and so ...

    You'd never know that Mira Grant is the psydonym for Seanan McGuire if you only went by writing samples. Grant's books are scientifically based, horrific thrillers that keep you on edge for most of the book. Into the Drowning Deep is no exception to the rule. Right from the very two th...

  • Steven
    Oct 31, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/07/... Here?s the thing: I like Seanan McGuire, but for some strange reason or another her books always seem to rub me the wrong way when she writes as Mira Grant. Because of this, I almost didn?t pick up Into t...

    Killer mermaids! It's not a strict necessity to first read the short story, but I do recommend it as it explains in more detail what happened to the ship Atargatis and thus what drives certain people in this novel (not to mention that it's a glorious gore fest). To keep the premise...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #25: A Book Set at Sea This book was so crazy and freaky and GREAT. Killer mermaids = good entertainment ...

    4.5 This book had a slow start but it was such a strong story! There were a lot of POVs but I thought it was done very well. We start out with one pov and then add another and another etc, rather than throwing a ton of characters at me at once, it was a slow build and I felt like I ...

    The Atargatis was carrying a film crew that set out to make a mockumentary about the ?truth? behind the mermaid myth. But the ship was lost at sea, and the surviving footage went viral ? footage that showed vicious man-eating mer-monsters devouring everyone on board. Seven years ...

    If you are a horror junkie, you should check out this awesome book! I mean come on, KILLER MERMAIDS! You can't get much better than that! The only reason I gave this 4 stars is because there was a bit of inconsistencies but it was an ARC so they may have changed that!? You can check...

    Basically this is like Jurassic Park at sea, with face eating mermaids instead of velociraptors. If that sounds appealing, you will probably enjoy it. I think this is my favourite Mira Grant novel since Feed. ...

    I had heard a lot of buzz about Mira Grant, but since zombies aren?t really my cup of tea, I hadn?t felt very motivated to check out her work. Mermaids, however ? especially human-eating, shark-shredding, terrifying mermaids of the mysterious deep ? are definitely more interest...

    Occasionally you read something so good, and slightly "alotly, dear lord, alotly!" terrifying that you have to berate yourself for all those 5 star review that you've been handing out, Willy nilly. I take them all back! This was, is and will still be the one book that scared the ever l...

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me a copy of this in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire, you are a MASTER storyteller. Even when you're writing under your sci-fi/horror pseudonym, I love every single thing you write. I don't know how you do it, and so ...

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
    Jul 02, 2018

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

  • Justine
    Mar 29, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/07/... Here?s the thing: I like Seanan McGuire, but for some strange reason or another her books always seem to rub me the wrong way when she writes as Mira Grant. Because of this, I almost didn?t pick up Into t...

    Killer mermaids! It's not a strict necessity to first read the short story, but I do recommend it as it explains in more detail what happened to the ship Atargatis and thus what drives certain people in this novel (not to mention that it's a glorious gore fest). To keep the premise...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #25: A Book Set at Sea This book was so crazy and freaky and GREAT. Killer mermaids = good entertainment ...

    4.5 This book had a slow start but it was such a strong story! There were a lot of POVs but I thought it was done very well. We start out with one pov and then add another and another etc, rather than throwing a ton of characters at me at once, it was a slow build and I felt like I ...

    The Atargatis was carrying a film crew that set out to make a mockumentary about the ?truth? behind the mermaid myth. But the ship was lost at sea, and the surviving footage went viral ? footage that showed vicious man-eating mer-monsters devouring everyone on board. Seven years ...

    If you are a horror junkie, you should check out this awesome book! I mean come on, KILLER MERMAIDS! You can't get much better than that! The only reason I gave this 4 stars is because there was a bit of inconsistencies but it was an ARC so they may have changed that!? You can check...

    Basically this is like Jurassic Park at sea, with face eating mermaids instead of velociraptors. If that sounds appealing, you will probably enjoy it. I think this is my favourite Mira Grant novel since Feed. ...

  • Riley
    Jul 02, 2018

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

  • Joe Valdez
    May 31, 2018

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

  • Gary
    Feb 15, 2018

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/07/... Here?s the thing: I like Seanan McGuire, but for some strange reason or another her books always seem to rub me the wrong way when she writes as Mira Grant. Because of this, I almost didn?t pick up Into t...

    Killer mermaids! It's not a strict necessity to first read the short story, but I do recommend it as it explains in more detail what happened to the ship Atargatis and thus what drives certain people in this novel (not to mention that it's a glorious gore fest). To keep the premise...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #25: A Book Set at Sea This book was so crazy and freaky and GREAT. Killer mermaids = good entertainment ...

    4.5 This book had a slow start but it was such a strong story! There were a lot of POVs but I thought it was done very well. We start out with one pov and then add another and another etc, rather than throwing a ton of characters at me at once, it was a slow build and I felt like I ...

    The Atargatis was carrying a film crew that set out to make a mockumentary about the ?truth? behind the mermaid myth. But the ship was lost at sea, and the surviving footage went viral ? footage that showed vicious man-eating mer-monsters devouring everyone on board. Seven years ...

  • Philip
    Mar 14, 2018

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

  • Laura
    Nov 13, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

  • Lisa Cleveland
    Oct 28, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/07/... Here?s the thing: I like Seanan McGuire, but for some strange reason or another her books always seem to rub me the wrong way when she writes as Mira Grant. Because of this, I almost didn?t pick up Into t...

    Killer mermaids! It's not a strict necessity to first read the short story, but I do recommend it as it explains in more detail what happened to the ship Atargatis and thus what drives certain people in this novel (not to mention that it's a glorious gore fest). To keep the premise...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #25: A Book Set at Sea This book was so crazy and freaky and GREAT. Killer mermaids = good entertainment ...

    4.5 This book had a slow start but it was such a strong story! There were a lot of POVs but I thought it was done very well. We start out with one pov and then add another and another etc, rather than throwing a ton of characters at me at once, it was a slow build and I felt like I ...

    The Atargatis was carrying a film crew that set out to make a mockumentary about the ?truth? behind the mermaid myth. But the ship was lost at sea, and the surviving footage went viral ? footage that showed vicious man-eating mer-monsters devouring everyone on board. Seven years ...

    If you are a horror junkie, you should check out this awesome book! I mean come on, KILLER MERMAIDS! You can't get much better than that! The only reason I gave this 4 stars is because there was a bit of inconsistencies but it was an ARC so they may have changed that!? You can check...

    Basically this is like Jurassic Park at sea, with face eating mermaids instead of velociraptors. If that sounds appealing, you will probably enjoy it. I think this is my favourite Mira Grant novel since Feed. ...

    I had heard a lot of buzz about Mira Grant, but since zombies aren?t really my cup of tea, I hadn?t felt very motivated to check out her work. Mermaids, however ? especially human-eating, shark-shredding, terrifying mermaids of the mysterious deep ? are definitely more interest...

    Occasionally you read something so good, and slightly "alotly, dear lord, alotly!" terrifying that you have to berate yourself for all those 5 star review that you've been handing out, Willy nilly. I take them all back! This was, is and will still be the one book that scared the ever l...

  • Merphy Napier
    Nov 14, 2018

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/07/... Here?s the thing: I like Seanan McGuire, but for some strange reason or another her books always seem to rub me the wrong way when she writes as Mira Grant. Because of this, I almost didn?t pick up Into t...

    Killer mermaids! It's not a strict necessity to first read the short story, but I do recommend it as it explains in more detail what happened to the ship Atargatis and thus what drives certain people in this novel (not to mention that it's a glorious gore fest). To keep the premise...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #25: A Book Set at Sea This book was so crazy and freaky and GREAT. Killer mermaids = good entertainment ...

    4.5 This book had a slow start but it was such a strong story! There were a lot of POVs but I thought it was done very well. We start out with one pov and then add another and another etc, rather than throwing a ton of characters at me at once, it was a slow build and I felt like I ...

  • Lyn
    Sep 13, 2018

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/07/... Here?s the thing: I like Seanan McGuire, but for some strange reason or another her books always seem to rub me the wrong way when she writes as Mira Grant. Because of this, I almost didn?t pick up Into t...

    Killer mermaids! It's not a strict necessity to first read the short story, but I do recommend it as it explains in more detail what happened to the ship Atargatis and thus what drives certain people in this novel (not to mention that it's a glorious gore fest). To keep the premise...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #25: A Book Set at Sea This book was so crazy and freaky and GREAT. Killer mermaids = good entertainment ...

    4.5 This book had a slow start but it was such a strong story! There were a lot of POVs but I thought it was done very well. We start out with one pov and then add another and another etc, rather than throwing a ton of characters at me at once, it was a slow build and I felt like I ...

    The Atargatis was carrying a film crew that set out to make a mockumentary about the ?truth? behind the mermaid myth. But the ship was lost at sea, and the surviving footage went viral ? footage that showed vicious man-eating mer-monsters devouring everyone on board. Seven years ...

    If you are a horror junkie, you should check out this awesome book! I mean come on, KILLER MERMAIDS! You can't get much better than that! The only reason I gave this 4 stars is because there was a bit of inconsistencies but it was an ARC so they may have changed that!? You can check...

    Basically this is like Jurassic Park at sea, with face eating mermaids instead of velociraptors. If that sounds appealing, you will probably enjoy it. I think this is my favourite Mira Grant novel since Feed. ...

    I had heard a lot of buzz about Mira Grant, but since zombies aren?t really my cup of tea, I hadn?t felt very motivated to check out her work. Mermaids, however ? especially human-eating, shark-shredding, terrifying mermaids of the mysterious deep ? are definitely more interest...

    Occasionally you read something so good, and slightly "alotly, dear lord, alotly!" terrifying that you have to berate yourself for all those 5 star review that you've been handing out, Willy nilly. I take them all back! This was, is and will still be the one book that scared the ever l...

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me a copy of this in exchange for an honest review. Seanan McGuire, you are a MASTER storyteller. Even when you're writing under your sci-fi/horror pseudonym, I love every single thing you write. I don't know how you do it, and so ...

    You'd never know that Mira Grant is the psydonym for Seanan McGuire if you only went by writing samples. Grant's books are scientifically based, horrific thrillers that keep you on edge for most of the book. Into the Drowning Deep is no exception to the rule. Right from the very two th...

    A research ship, the Melusine with hundreds of scientists onboard focused on doing normal ocean science, and a contingent of E! Online-style ?reality? show employees focused primarily on keeping their jobs while looking good, have arrived at the Mariana Trench to find mermaids! Mos...

    In expanding on the ideas originally introduced in Rolling in the Deep, Mira Grant has taken a good idea, and made it truly great. I'm not a person who likes the sea, exactly - others may call it paranoia, but I prefer to term it a healthy respect for the home of prehistoric monster...

    5 stars for this unique killer mermaid horror story. Mira Grant's take on mermaids is creepy as fuck!! A group of scientists out to prove mermaids are real get more than they bargain for. ...

  • شيماء ✨
    Jul 17, 2018

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

  • Chelsea Humphrey
    Oct 11, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

  • Julie Zantopoulos
    Oct 14, 2018

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)
    Nov 29, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

  • ☆Dani☆ ☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆
    Dec 22, 2017

    It was beautiful, in its own terrible way. So many monsters are. It has been FIVE MONTHS and I still have not stopped thinking about how great this book was and how much I love it and how much I want to reread it every day of my life, and someday soon I'm going to make all of you r...

    I would like to preface my review by stating outright: I fucking loved this book. My feelings for this book are still very much on that point on the spectrum of awe where wonder becomes dread, or dread turns into wonder.I read this at night because as it turns out, I like sufferin...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth AAHHH! How can I write a review to do this book justice? I don't think I can convey just how glorious of a storyteller Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire) is. The way I feel about her writing is similar t...

    NOW AVAILABLE!!! There were appetites to be sated, no matter how cold the water became, no matter how strange the sea turned. As long as there were bellies, they would need to be fed. As long as there was life in the sea, there would be teeth. i read Rolling in the Deep a cou...

    ARC provided by Hachette in exchange for an honest review. ?Ships kept on disappearing. Since the start of man?s relationship with the sea, ships kept on disappearing. So assume the mermaids have never forgotten about us. We wrote them off as legends as soon as they were no ...

    I knew Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant had it in her, somewhere. She takes the promise she had shown in Feed, her creature inventiveness from Discount Armageddon and weaves them together with the horror atmosphere from Every Heart a Doorway to create a terrifically scary tale. "News flash...

    Jesus Christ. I?ve never been so on edge reading a book ever in my life. Oh my god. I?m gonna have nightmares for DAYS. ...

    Tory Stewart's sister was lost when she was aboard the ship Atargatis. The whole ship was lost and there were video clips of what looked like Mermaids destroying them. But they were always discredited as being an hoax. Now the film company that sent Tory's sister out on the quest to...

    My introduction to the fiction of Seanan McGuire--who publishes science fiction thrillers as "Mira Grant"--is Into the Drowning Deep and this is a relentlessly exciting nautical ride that learns from the best and worst the genre has to offer, as if McGuire flipped between TNT, Discover...

    4ish stars. This is my first Mira Grant book, although I've really enjoyed everything written by her as Seanan McGuire. It has her signature writing style, but instead of the fantastical inventiveness used in her McGuire books, Grant is decidedly more science fictional. And bloody. ...

    "The trouble with discovery is that it goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you." Into the Drowning Deep was a buddy read inspired by Amber from Amber's Books and More and brought to Twitter so everyone could join in with us. It was such a fun reading ...

    Seven years after the fateful voyage of a doomed mockumentary hunting for signs of life in the deep, the fateful Mermaids, a truly scientific voyage is finally put together. The quest? To put the horrible rumors and/or the innuendo to rest. Or, as a few would prefer, to come back with ...

    ?The trouble with discovery is that is goes two ways. For you to find something, that thing must also find you.? This is horror that takes itself seriously and isn?t cheesy considering it?s about killer mermaid creatures out on the great white blue, but like a cheesy horror ...

    This book promised killer "mermaids" and boy did it deliver I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I don't easily scare but there were parts of this book that terrified me so much catch me never going in the ocean again ...

    "Mankind has a responsibility to the Sea." I loved this book! It is a little bit of everything. I loved that it was intelligent, well researched, fascinating, entertaining and had me at the edge of my seat. This was a real page turner for me combining horror and mystery with science...

    "Did you really think we were the apex predators of the world?" -Dr. Jillian Toth I know others have used this quote, but it was the most stand-out of the book to give an inkling of what you're in for in this story. In fact, it is used as an epigraph within the novel. Anyway, so tw...

    3 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/07/... Here?s the thing: I like Seanan McGuire, but for some strange reason or another her books always seem to rub me the wrong way when she writes as Mira Grant. Because of this, I almost didn?t pick up Into t...

    Killer mermaids! It's not a strict necessity to first read the short story, but I do recommend it as it explains in more detail what happened to the ship Atargatis and thus what drives certain people in this novel (not to mention that it's a glorious gore fest). To keep the premise...

    Read for Popsugar's 2018 Reading Challenge #25: A Book Set at Sea This book was so crazy and freaky and GREAT. Killer mermaids = good entertainment ...

    4.5 This book had a slow start but it was such a strong story! There were a lot of POVs but I thought it was done very well. We start out with one pov and then add another and another etc, rather than throwing a ton of characters at me at once, it was a slow build and I felt like I ...

    The Atargatis was carrying a film crew that set out to make a mockumentary about the ?truth? behind the mermaid myth. But the ship was lost at sea, and the surviving footage went viral ? footage that showed vicious man-eating mer-monsters devouring everyone on board. Seven years ...

    If you are a horror junkie, you should check out this awesome book! I mean come on, KILLER MERMAIDS! You can't get much better than that! The only reason I gave this 4 stars is because there was a bit of inconsistencies but it was an ARC so they may have changed that!? You can check...