By Walter Dinjos
Published: Oct. 07, 2011
Words: 14,320 (approximate)
Bill loses his wife and daughter in a motor accident while drink-driving. But when he is taken by the Bermuda Triangle and dumped in a realm devoid of hunger, aging, pain...a realm adorned with magical powers, he gets a chance to redeem himself. If you are curious about what happens beyond The Bermuda Triangle, this paranormal fantasy tale is a treat you can't afford to miss.
The mystery of the Bermuda Triangle has often been denounced as an exaggeration. Even I believe it to be so.
However, the Triangle is imbued with tasty story ingredients so much that I cannot deny my fascination with it. Often, I ask myself the following questions:
Did the missing vessels and aircraft sink to unexplorable parts of the sea floor? Did they vanish into non-existence? Or did the Triangle take them somewhere–to the so-called Atlantis or an extraterrestrial realm, perhap? Whichever the case is, what happened to the people aboard the vessels and aircraft?
Most people, if not everyone, that know of the Devil’s Triangle are, of course, saddled with the same questions. So I came up with the tale ‘Beyond Bermuda’, not to satisfy their curiosity, but to entertain, to give them something to hold on to while they seek answers.
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on Oct. 10, 2011 :
Drink-driver Bill is overcome with grief at the loss of his family and sets sail, only to be taken by the Bermuda Triangle. An accident, surely? Yet Bill discovers a purpose in the strange realm, Beyond Bermuda.
This is an intriguing fantasy tale with a satisfying ending. I'm hoping there'll be a sequel to this.
(reviewed the day of purchase)