Turbid Horizon

Turbid Horizon

by Eliza Taye
Turbid Horizon

Turbid Horizon

by Eliza Taye


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After once again saving Oceania from total destruction, Allie thinks she can finally return to her studies and duties with the exchange students. But an offer to participate in an ecological study of the cave system she helped discover lures her back into researching the mutated fish found in the caves. Allowed to bring the exchange students along as part of the research team, Allie is able to keep her promise to Mayor Cho. Yet, things go awry from the start. The collection of a simple tissue sample nearly ends in disaster. The ROVs used to map the cave system begin to disappear without a trace. The discovery of a brand new species and a disturbing find in one of the tunnels causes the Oceania Security and Investigation team to be called, threatening the completion of their study. The ensuing investigation sets off a chain of events that will change the city of Oceania forever.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798823108270
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 09/10/2022
Series: Oceania: The Underwater City Series , #5
Pages: 394
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.88(d)

About the Author

Eliza Taye has always had an insatiable desire for stories of any kind, whether they be books, audiobooks, video games, films, or plays. If it has a story element to it, she enjoys it. After obtaining a marine science degree, she became inspired to write sci-fi in addition to the fantasy stories she wrote growing up. Two material things Eliza could never live without: books and music. She never leaves the house without at least one book and a way to listen to music. Music fuels her passion for storytelling, allowing her to daydream that she’s defeating bad guys, exploring unknown worlds, or wielding swords of destiny, when in reality, she’s just writing about it. She writes sci-fi, fantasy, and action adventure novels for young adults.
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