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Posted September 19, 2009
To be honest when I picked up Threat From the Sea I wasn't looking for a good read. I usually find that books that are written about games or from games sourcebooks usually lack much in plot, substance, and even good facts about the games they are written about. I was pleasantly surprised. Mel Odom has (I feel) really captured the feel of the undersea races (at least the sahuagin who are primary antagonists in this book) and does a great job keeping the momentum of the book going. The only flaw I could find in any of his undersea adventure was when he had manta rays shredding captives gladiators to death. Other than that I thought that the plot was well developed and characters were fleshed out. Like I said I wasn't expecting much from the book originally so I found it good.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.