Review: Fox’s father Dagr, owned a tugboat named Odin’s Tillit, which Fox ran away from at the age of twelve after faking his own death, Later he survives in the world by becoming a drug mule for Texas lawman Sheriff J.J. Raskin. While Fox is trying to start his life over, Sixteen-year-old Ren finds herself on the tugboat, trying to live a simple, uneventful life, but will the boat allow peace and quiet to its new resident?
A wonderful book that serves to the readers a perfect blend of mystery, thriller, action, and horror in the same story. I am certain that the readers will find it impossible to put this book down even for a second. The plot thickens, even as more of the story unfolds and readers soon realize that they are in too deep to stop.
The haunted boat at the center of the story creates much intrigue and curiosity throughout the story. It’s rather interesting to find out why Fox had to fake his own death just to get off the boat. What are its deep and dark secrets and just how much of a danger are the lead characters in? A story that I can truly see becoming the plot for the next blockbuster movie. A fun read that felt like an adventure.