Stowaway: Curse of the Red Pearl

Stowaway: Curse of the Red Pearl

Set on stormy seas during the early nineteenth century, Stowaway: Curse of the Red Pearl features a unique plot revolving around a classic adventure that quickly becomes supernatural horror.

Kit Cabot, a young man with dreams of sailing the open seas, stows away on his uncle’s vessel, only to find that his uncle has recently gained his own stowaway… a hidden entity.

As they sail the Atlantic from Boston toward the West Indies, Kit realizes he is trapped in a nightmare with his childhood hero who is seemingly possessed by evil and has a secret, deadly mission.

Kit wants to save his uncle, but the entity has other ideas, and Kit must choose between saving his uncle and staying alive himself.

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Print Edition (ISBN:0692439218, ISBN-13:9780692439210)

“[Tracy Fobes] crafts a well-written, imaginative and quick-moving horror tale that’s plenty enjoyable. Demonic possession may be a tried-and-true horror staple, but by placing the maritime tale in the early 1800s, [Fobes] imbues the old theme with new life.”

–Kirkus Reviews/Read the full review here

“Impressively written, unfailingly entertaining, featuring a deftly crafted multi-layered storyline of unexpected twists and turns, “Stowaway: Curse of the Red Pearl” is very highly recommended for community library collections. For personal reading lists it should be noted that “Stowaway: Curse of the Red Pearl” is also available in an inexpensive Kindle edition ($0.99).”

–James A. Cox, Midwest Book Review/Read the full review here

“Overall, ‘The Stowaway’ by [Tracy Fobes] is an expertly crafted book that follows the tradition of maritime adventure and classic horror. Showing an excellent knowledge of life on the high seas during the 1800s, [Fobes] is able to build a claustrophobic sense of supernatural terror as the characters are forced to deal with the dangers of nature and an unknown horror possessing the ship. I highly recommend this book to any who loves good horror with a supernatural flare and historical fiction.”

— Horror Palace/Read the full review here

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