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The Blood Ship

by Norman Springer

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Norman Springer’s “The Blood Ship” is predominantly set on the ocean waves, other than a few scenes early on.

The characterisation is good, but I feel that the plot doesn’t live up to its full potential. A build-up begins quite early on, creating suspense, but it sticks in the same gear for most of the book. When the “dramatic climax” arrives, it’s short-lived and below expectations. ( )
  PhilSyphe | Jul 8, 2015 |
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It was the writing guy who drew this story out of Captain Shreve. He talked so much I think the Old Man spun the yarn just to shut him up.' (Excerpt from Chapter 1)

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