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Deep Green

Author(s): Trisha Haddad

Adrift in a lifeboat with strangers, each holding a deep secret…

Leah Taylor prefers the quiet adventure and romance of books, but during a cruise with her parents, a terrorist attack leaves her adrift in a lifeboat with strangers.

University student, Blue McCree impresses her immediately with his knowledge of literature and philosophy, but equally thrilling is strong, dark ,Musir. While Musir is slow to speak, translating his thoughts from Arabic to English, his chivalry and wisdom capture Leah’s curiosity.

Together they face danger after danger as they fight for survival. Leah also struggles with the growing attention from the men she's stranded with, and her mixed emotions toward them.

When Leah learns the dark secrets her fellow survivors hold, the truth will blow apart any semblance of civility and test Leah’s preconceived notions of just how far dedication can go before it crosses over into fanaticism.


I could have sworn it was silent all over the ship in that moment. The ocean stood still, the wind slowed, the other passengers walked lightly and did not speak. It must have been so. I certainly couldn’t register a sound. It was as though the world awaited his words.

Then they did not come, I began to feel awkward, watched. Staring into the eyes of a guy I’d never met before.

I tended to fall in love with characters in books. Most guys I went to school with were far too interested in sports or video games. How could they even hold a candle to Mister Darcy’s intensity, Tom Joad’s ethics, Martin Eden’s passion, Caleb Trask’s struggle for goodness, or Edmond Dantes’ cunning intellect? No real boy had ever sparked in me the passion that these fictional characters did.

Until now. Until this very moment.

I didn’t know a thing about him. Did he have a strong sense of justice? Did he thirst for knowledge? Was he a romantic to the core? Did art touch his very soul? On these important points, I had no idea. But his eyes bore into the essence of me, and I could read in them something deeper than I’d seen before in anyone’s eyes. It was a sort of sadness, like he carried with him all the sorrow of the world.

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ISBN (Print): 9781629290720
ISBN (Electronic): 9781629290713
Genre: Young Adult
Date Published: 11/01/2013
Publisher: Eternal Press

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