Why The Titanic Really Sank – Infected Waters by Alathia Paris Morgan @alathiamg

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Think you know the tale of the Titanic, think again.

Infected Waters: A Titanic Disaster

Amazon US  /  Amazon UK  /  Amazon CA  /  Goodreads

MY ONE SENTENCE REVIEW

This original and unique version of the sinking of the Titanic brings together a group of lovable characters who look danger in the face as the dead rise, scratching, biting, eating and being far more dangerous than any iceberg, and they took me on one hellacious voyage.

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos  4 Stars

GOODREADS BLURB

Everyone knows the tale of the Titanic…a doomed voyage…here is what actually happened on April 14, 1912. Murder, chaos, and the undead threaten to sink the ship faster than any iceberg.

As a nurse, Nora Ryan was prepared for the common illnesses, but what she discovers instead is an infection modern medicine has yet to name.
Head steward, Jonathan Davis was not expecting to meet Nora and he certainly wasn’t expecting to fight a deadly infection alongside her. As the first victim of this strange illness dies and passengers are rapidly becoming infected; these two strangers must find a way to stop these undead creatures from taking over the ship.

The trip home from England to America becomes hectic for the Lambert family when they overhear startling rumors from their second class stateroom. People are dying, and the dead are taking anyone they can sink their teeth into with them. Will their family make it to their destination or will they be caught in the rising tide of infection that intends to leave no living being behind?

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6 thoughts on “Why The Titanic Really Sank – Infected Waters by Alathia Paris Morgan @alathiamg

    • It’s a great premise and I did enjoy the bloody thing. lol Thanks for taking the time to check it out and comment. Always appreciated.

    • This seemed like a very original idea to me. Guess I am behind the times when it comes to zombies and the Titanic. Needless to say, I loved it.

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