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    Great Terror-Filled Adventure

    One of the things that bugs me about some novels is that they take too long to get started, spending too much time setting up the characters’ mundane lives before the “bad thing” happens. In Wright’s Sea Sick, I was thrilled to be dumped into the deep end of the cruise pool by page twenty! From that point on marks a thrilling ride with surprises at every turn. But don’t think that the speed of the plot interfered with getting to know the main character. Wright doesn’t skimp on that either. He masterfully introduces Jack Wardsley to the reader, making it easy to see the man’s good points while also highlighting the obvious flaws that made his superiors force him onto the ship to adjust his attitude. Jack being trapped on a cruise ship with undead homicidal maniacs is compelling enough, but Wright doesn’t stop there. In a clever twist, Jack lives one horror-filled day after another—but it’s the same day! Re-setting time to the beginning and making Jack repeat a day where he’s the only one who knows about the terror that will unfold is the basis of a great psychological drama. How would you react if all your warnings went unheeded and everyone kept dying? Jack runs the gamut of emotions and even gives up for a while. But his detective instincts kick back in and he uncovers the cause of the virus and the villains involved. This is a thrilling read, and I loved every minute of it. Very highly recommended!
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    Great but better if you read the whole collection.

    This book I found to be very good but it is part of a collection of books that carry characters over from one to the other. They start with Sam and go through 5 books I believe. You don't need to read them that way as each is a story in itself but better if you read all the collection and spot characters from the last etc. Cant recommend enough as I have read almost all his books and they are a very enjoyable read.
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    Very good

    Thiz was a great story to read with an unusual storyline. Felt sad at the end with what he had to do but was a great ending. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book
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    Stephen King meets Groundhog Day.

    I read this in one sitting, and absolutely loved it! Iain's writing is easy to read, and kept me hooked to the final page.
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    Sea Sick

    Really enjoyed this book. First time I have read this author. Look forward to checking out his other books
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