The Depths and other tales of Intrigue

Rated 4.50/5 based on 6 reviews
This E-book is a collection of short stories following the darkness within and without basic human nature, showing us how big and how small our worlds truly are. Grim tales of the unknown and a magnifying glass on the people we may be standing right next to. Chillers, Thrillers and adventures abound, but are you ready for what lies beneath the Depths? More
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About Christian Bianchi

After jumping around trying to find if he preferred to work in Print Media, Sequential arts and Animation for several years, Christian Bianchi finally settled with becoming a writer and purveyor of fantasy, suspense and horror short stories. With a budding interest in the way cosmic horror is shown today, He aims to take the genre down new paths and explore its possibilities. You can follow his work online at

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Review by: Larry_T on Sep. 8, 2017 :
Decent stories I read some time ago. Show the author's ability to write in several different styles. I esp like going beneath the ice, that was creepy.
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Review by: RobinR2016 on Nov. 18, 2016 :
The first of the three was my fave'. I like deep sea adventures with a twist.
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Review by: LndShrk on Oct. 15, 2016 :
Three short stories that are written with a good proper style, nice scene setting and characters. I was surprised because the narrator has an actual story telling ability that kept me strung along all the way to the end of the 3rd story. The one about ocean was the creepiest and most interesting because I totally bought it with the dive beneath the ice. The second story was told with a cold detachment that scared me to the bones . . . especially the end (a real psycho).
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Review by: lowkit on Oct. 14, 2016 :
A good collection of 3 shorts.
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Review by: Diego Forby on Sep. 26, 2016 :
creepy stuff.
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Review by: Malcolm Torres on Sep. 24, 2016 :
The first story reminded me of Lovecraft with the use of language, and a proper gentleman narrator telling a tale of adventure and horror. I especially like stories about the sea, involving monsters, ghosts, unexplained phenomena and high tech plot twists. The first story had it all. The next story was plain all the way through but had sick twist that scared the poop out of me at the end. The third story really got under my skin the way the dialog was written, I could really feel the main character's frustration.
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