Depths of Perception

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In the distant future, all that remains of humanity lives deep on the ocean floor. Here, scientists came to find a way to keep humanity alive. After 800 years, will the plans of the ancients come to fruition once the secrets of the undersea city have been laid bare? The fates of all who dwell beneath the waves will pivot on the world shattering choice of a homeless outcast who discovers the truth.

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Words: 60,110
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301869091
About C. M. Bratton

A self-confessed and extremely proud nerd with style, C.M. is a working artist who enjoys meeting new people from all walks of life. In the past two years, C.M. has shifted work from mainly teaching to mainly writing, editing, and acting. C.M. is a co-author of the film, "Sanitarium" and several short stories (available at In between performing and writing, C.M. is a voracious reader and beach lover - but somehow manages to still get in 8 or 9 hours of sleep a night. As an avid dragon watcher, C.M. looks forward to publishing more stories with the great folks at Write-On Press.

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Review by: Taymika Byrd on Feb. 10, 2014 :
This was the epitome of hard core sci-fi. It was unique and engaging - it was a space Odyssey, only underwater! There is so much that can be developed from this expansive story line... The development of a new race of human life below the waves... the re-establishment of human existence on the post-apocalyptic surface of the Earth... I can't wait to see what this author does next with with this intriguing world she's created!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: H.C Heartland on Feb. 07, 2014 :
C.M Bratton succeeds in creating an aquatic world where the reader feels a sense of understanding despite never having been in such a surreal environment. The reader is moved to cheer for the main character as if it were themselves, a talent leaving one wanting more.
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