Thursday, May 7, 2020

Go Fish, by Ian Rogers


(Paranormal Investigation) A team of unlikely investigators comes to a warehouse to look into the murder of a security guard whose body was literally torn to shreds. (11,956 words; Time: 39m)

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Review: 2020.214 (A Word for Authors)

Pro: It’s a nice investigation of a supernatural killing. A series of killings, as it turns out.

The team consisting of an experienced leader plus two green psychics was a nice combination.

Con: The psychics seemed to keep acquiring new abilities as needed. Toby discovered he can see Sally’s astral form. Then he discovers his telekinesis works on her astral form.

The ghost/shark/robot was a bit over-the-top. Was it an homage to some other work? I don’t remember anything like it in Lovecraft.

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