#1 Amazon Best Selling Sea Story
U.S. Version German Translation
Severed Press: August 2013
eBook ASIN: BooN6JBG7I
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Sent to a remote area deep in the jungles of Indonesia’s Papua, TV’s Catch & Release star Rick Stone and his film crew set out to do some extreme fishing in order to identify a creature preying on natives.
Stone and his team encounter more than carnivorous fish on the journey. The prehistoric-like surroundings present danger at every turn. It isn’t long before the purpose of boosting viewership and restoring network confidence with the first Reality TV Show are forgotten. Their survival becomes dependent on the ability to revert to animalistic behavior.
Rick Stone no longer cares about his show’s network ratings. All he wants now is to make it home . . . alive.
“I finished Blood River in one reading. It was a cinematic ride that I didn’t want to stop!” –Allen Gamboa, author of Dead Island: Operation Zulu
“Blood River is a thrilling blast of cryptozoological fun, a wild ride down tropical rivers in pursuit of a terrifying legend. It will leave you hungry for the next catch!” –David Sakmyster, author of The Pharaohs Objective and Jurassic Dead
“Tomasso takes you on a wild jungle ride where secrets are revealed and Stone is forced to fight for his life. I think anyone who enjoys life threatening suspense with no conceivable way out will appreciate this story.”– Cellar Door Lit Rants & Reviews
“I have enjoyed … a number of Phillip Tomasso books and can always count on him to deliver a good balance of developed characters, engaging story lines and gore. Blood River was no exception. Tomasso crafts a story that reels the reader in and never unhooks … this was an incredibly enjoyable read that I highly recommend.” –H.E. Goodhue, author of Tidal Grave and Pink Slime
“Author Phillip Tomasso has crafted a taut thriller that reels you in until the last page of the book.” –Briar Lee Mitchell, author of Big Ass Shark
“A jungle adventure by way of a fishing show in search of a mysterious lake creature intent on devouring the local natives. This book has it all and more, but the best thing about it, the thing that makes you keep turning the pages…THE PACE! The pace is incredible, out of the frying pan, and into the fire. There’s no lack of danger for these characters! I loved it.” –Michael Clary, author of The Guardian Interviews
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