No Power. No Food. No Rescue.
When the rains came the first time and campus flooded, Cage thought it was a freak weather incident. Joule saw it for what it was—a warning. Life went back to normal when most of the water receded. But the standing puddles left behind weren’t normal. Something had laid eggs in it…
The creatures from the San Fransisco Bay found a path into the floodwaters. As the rain comes harder the second time, the flood is much deeper and those who go underwater don’t come back up.
The rip-currents are the least dangerous things in the water. Can Cage and Joule escape? How will they survive when even the land isn’t safe? And what about the ones they left behind?
The Surface is the second book in the fast-paced Black Carbon apocalyptic thriller series by USA Today bestselling author A.J. Scudiere. If you love narrow escapes and don’t-blink/don’t-breathe suspense, you love this new series. Brave the rising tide and read The Surface now!
This is the second book I have rad in the series. Real page-turners.
Rain Rain Go Away
OMG this book was just as intense as the Hunted! It had been raining daily here in Ohio while I was reading this book. I kept looking at the lake as it rose and started flooding our back yard. Luckily Lake Erie doesn’t have sharks!! I loved this book and already pre-ordered the next! Thanks
Just one more chapter
That's what I told myself after starting The Surface. A J has delivered another page turner, one more chapter story. I've grown fond of the characters and look forward to their next adventure! Thank you again.