Wednesday, 18 May 2011

Review: The Bones of the Sea, by Pippa Jay

A quick read, and very well-written, I thoroughly enjoyed this short story. In The Bones of the Sea, we get a brief glimpse of Ulto Marinos, a mysterious world on which stranger things exist - namely, the Bones of the Sea. We discover, along with Myasi, the hidden secrets of this strange structure - but will they actually be unlocked?

It is refreshing to meet a new talent in the scifi industry, and I look forward to seeing what other ideas Pippa Jay will bring to the world of reading.

Author Bio:
A stay-at-home mum who spent twelve years working as an Analytical Chemist in a Metals and Minerals laboratory, Pippa Jay bases her stories on a lifetime addiction to science fiction books and films. Now happily settled in historic Colchester, she continues to roam the rest of the Universe in her head.

Author Contact Information:
Blog: Pippa Jay - Adventures in Sci-fi
Twitter: happarose197
Facebook: Keir - Beyond Redemption
Smashwords: happarose

Cover image used with permission from Philippa J Green, received at the time of posting.