The Retrieved by Sea-Life


Description: Sometimes the end of the world isn't the end, but a beginning. Sometimes when you are cast out by fate you are lost. Sometimes, the lost are retrieved.
Size: 240 KB ( ~ 45,511 words)
Type: Science Fiction
Sex Contents: Minimal Sex
Tags: Science Fiction

Review by Vitruvian Manuel   [other reviews by Vitruvian Manuel]

Reviewed: 2016-09-09


An interesting take on science fictional relationships among humans, aliens, and the unknown.

To be honest, this was intellectually interesting, but didn't grab me in the way really good SF can.

Still, as I said, it was interesting. Without having looked at the author's other works, I hope he followed up with some offshoots and threads not explored here.

--Manny`

Plot: 9 | Technical Quality: N/A | Appeal to Reviewer: 7