Want to play a game? Here is a Would You Rather quiz to go with Seabound. It has tough questions about how YOU would survive in a post-apocalyptic world. You don’t need to read the book in order to answer the questions. They include such difficult quandaries as:
Would you rather eat nothing but seaweed for a year or nothing but fish for a decade?
Would you rather live on a souped-up cruise ship at sea or on an island the size of a football field?
In other news, Seabound just got a review on Underground Book Reviews and it’s absolutely GLOWING. You can check it out here, but I put my favorite lines below:
“The quick-paced story is fueled by an adeptly realized sense of place, a powerful undercurrent of emotional nuance, vibrant details, a cast of complex characters and no shortage of seriously suspenseful situations. We follow Esther to the novel’s heart-pounding climax as she tries to save the people she loves by believing in herself, forming unexpected alliances and allowing herself to trust the magnetic connection she feels to a man she’s just met.”
“Rivet is an adept raconteur who does more than make her characters, their connection to each other and their circumstances engaging; she makes them irresistible.”
“Read Seabound. Read it now. Do not pass GO. Do not collect $200. You won’t have time for board games (or much of anything else) once you start reading this book, and you won’t want it to end.”
A huge thank you to Yvonne at Underground Book Reviews!
Buy the e-book for $2.99 or the paperback for $12.99 here: