The Massive: Ninth Wave moves through an engaging story this time around once again with its focus on the ocean and problems there. The series has focused on a variety of stories so far that have been compelling all while showing just how capable The Massive and her team are – and still including ways things go bad and how they have to adjust. The standalone tales are compelling and could certainly be fleshed out a whole lot more to their own arcs but I'm digging the tighter focus in order to make clear the real point. Callum gets to all of it in the final pages in making clear exactly what it is he and his group intend to do since nobody else is really doing that. And while you can disagree on methods and goals, seeing someone stand up so strongly like this is something that I imagine would rally a good deal of support – and resistance. Read Full Review
While the story hits a few action movie tropes it had me invested enough to read at a lightning pace. I could feel the tension of the crew as they worked feverishly to save their fellow shipmates. If you have a strong fear of water or drowning you better leave this book on the shelf otherwise you need to give this title a read. Read Full Review
Be the first to rate this issue!
Click the 'Rate/Write A Review' link above to get started.