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The Revenants
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Publisher:  iUniverse ISBN-10:  0595199712 Type: 


Copyright:  Sep 1 2001

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Psychic diver Michael Reeves is forced to dive on the most haunting shipwreck of them all: Titanic.

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The Revenants is the story of Michael Reeves, a psychic diver who is forced to dive on the most haunting shipwrech of them all: Titanic. Reeves knows the Titanic wreck, and he has some designs on one treasure in particular--The Great Omar, a priceless copy of The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam that sank with the ship in 1912. During a catastrophic dive, Reeves experiences a reawakening of psychic abilities. The ship's grave becomes the classic "bad place," filled with supernatural presences and deadly currents.


The submersible hovered over the great ship, preparing to land. Perched between the silver claws of the small sub's manipulator arms, the diver fought off a shiver. Even though the approach had been carefully planned, Michael Reeves was afraid. He knew they'd started the descent right on schedule. He knew the submersible pilot had simply flooded the ballast tanks in the sub's belly.
The weight of water and iron ballast carried them down in a gentle free-fall. There was nothing to worry about...
But he was terrified.
The lightning flashes of the still camera's strobe light slashed the murky water, blinded him, made him feel disoriented, but that wasn't what had him afraid. He looked over the edge of the bow platform. The reason for his fear was down there. Below him, the exposed boiler casings and cargo holds of the wreck gaped like hungry mouths waiting to swallow, waiting to suck him down into the dark water and kill him.

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