Day Four (Paperback)Sarah Lotz (author)
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Sarah Lotz's extraordinary, unmissable follow-up to the book that made headlines around the world, THE THREE - perfect for fans of The Shining Girls, The Passage and Lost.
Four days into a five day singles cruise on the Gulf of Mexico, the ageing ship Beautiful Dreamer stops dead in the water. With no electricity and no cellular signals, the passengers and crew have no way to call for help. But everyone is certain that rescue teams will come looking for them soon. All they have to do is wait.
That is, until the toilets stop working and the food begins to run out. When the body of a woman is discovered in her cabin the passengers start to panic. There's a murderer on board the Beautiful Dreamer... and maybe something worse.
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 242 g
Dimensions: 197 x 139 x 23 mm
Lotz's expertise [is] at orchestrating the mounting tension as the story builds to a wonderfully ambiguous, though satisfying and unusual, denouement. * Guardian *
You'll turn the pages curiously, hungry for clues, until the ending...kicks you in the stomach. Take it to the beach - but maybe not on a cruise. * Entertainment Weekly *
A satirical scream... sign me up for the next cruise! * New York Times Review of Books *
Chilling, creepy horror set against an all too believable backdrop of human selfishness when the trappings of civilisation are removed. Highly recommended. * Sci Fi Bulletin *
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“Eerie and explosive!”
Day Four was very similar in pace and tone to The Three, I enjoyed it and there were times where the eerie goings on made me want to throw the book across the room in order to protect myself from the onset of... More
“Modern day horror story”
This is set on a cruise ship and is a follow up to Sarah Lotz's previous book The Three. However, there are only a few references to things that have happened in the previous book and there is nothing to spoil... More
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