My rating: 5 of 5 stars
A massive yacht, the Sirene, is discovered sailing aimlessly…with no one aboard. The yacht’s owner, mysterious billionaire Morgan Hunter, assembles a group of experts to help him search for his son, Bryant, one of the yacht’s missing passengers.
But is Bryant the real reason for the search? Does Morgan Hunter’s past hide a dangerous secret? And what are the strange phenomena that plague the ship?
What the search reveals may answer forever the riddle of UFOs and the Bermuda Triangle.
A ghost ship. Unexplained disappearances. UFOs.
A massive pleasure yacht, the Sirene, is discovered by the Coast Guard sailing aimlessly…with absolutely no one aboard. The yacht’s owner, mysterious industrialist Morgan Hunter, assembles a small group of experts to search for his son Bryant, one of the yacht’s missing passengers. But is Bryant the only reason for the search? And what about those strange lights at night?
What the group finds, and what the search reveals, may answer forever the riddle of the Bermuda Triangle and UFOs.
Join Kristin Ewell, Ike Neumann, Duke Duquesne and Stephen Minter as they embark on a journey into the hidden secrets of the ocean’s deeps in “The Search for Bryant Hunter.”
When starting to read this work of fiction I was first surprised by the rather gloomy introduction, then impressed by the story’s development. There is an underlying rhythm that gets faster over time. The characters are realistic and believable with all their flaws. The story is cleverly written, creating an eerie sensation that makes it difficult to put the book away. I had to, only twice and – it was hard.
Stan Smith expertly draws you into The Search for Bryant Hunter, cleverly combining the past, the present, facts, and myths. Thanks to Stan, the reader gets to know the fictional characters quite well. Meet Ike, Kris, Duke and Stephen and their adversaries and – see for yourselves.
Congrats, Stan! Reading The Search for Bryant Hunter means time well spent. 🙂
A must read for all fans of extraordinary stories.
I am looking forward to reading further books by Stan Smith, e.g. Lark-Ellen (a short story).
My statement on reading is described in My train of thoughts on …reading. Now I am asking you. 🙂
My questions for you bibliophiles:
What about you? What did you think about The Search for Bryant Hunter? Or – if you did not yet read The Search for Bryant Hunter – are you now interested?
I am looking forward to your comments.