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The Monstrous Sea THE MONSTROUS SEA is a bewitching collection of young adult short stories ranging from science fiction and fantasy to paranormal all featuring a lesbian heroine This collection is part of Project Unicorn a fiction project that seeks to address the near nonexistence of lesbian main characters in young adult fiction by giving them their own storiesThis collection contains A History of Drowning ParanormalA girl with dark eyes and a strange white dress follows Carrie over a series of small tragedies Melusine ParanormalMelusine bears an ancestral curse–when water touches her she becomes a monster that no one must ever seebut when Mel risks everything to rescue a girl from drowning the family’s dark secret changes her forever No Bigger Than the Moon HorrorAnne would do anything for Kylie But when Kylie’s brother changes into a bloodthirsty monster she goes too far in asking Anne for help In the Garden I Did Not Sin Dark FantasyWhen Meno the daughter of Eve watches her mother–the first woman–die she journeys back to that thing which Eve loved most the Garden of Eden But she didn’t expect to meet a stranger there Two Salt Feet ParanormalYou can buy anything at the meat marketeven a mermaid Sam’s errand for her mom takes a turn for the strange when she accidentally rescues a mermaid who would rather not end up on someone’s plate Daughter of Blue Magic RealismAt the urging of her friend Leila a Wiccan casts a spell to attract love into her life A strange dream involving a being from the sea then seems to seal the spell The Mermaid Circus Magic RealismRaised in a family of career mermaids who perform underwater to crowds of mermaid believers Annalee wants nothing than to leave the Mermaid Circus behind One afternoon on a beach with a pretty girl inspires her to go for her dreams Bluebottles Magic RealismAfter spending several heartbroken landlocked months away Ramie returns to the sea and is inspired to follow a trail of bioluminescent creatures Pearls Enough FantasyPortia recently orphaned feels constrained in her older sister’s house and finds herself longing for a sea changeand a mermaid’s kiss Breaking the Ice FantasyBorn in a frozen land a fierce orphaned girl is alone but not lonely until she glimpses a lovely face gazing at her from beneath the ice


4 thoughts on “The Monstrous Sea

  1. Amanda Amanda says:

    I was one of the lucky people who knew all about Project Unicorn from the very first announcement so color me so pleased when the announcement for book release with both books and new stories in each came out early this week I have madly adored all of Sarah and Jenn's works all these gloriously different lesbian short stories and novels for girls of our age to have and this is another one I would advise to anyone


  2. Nicky Nicky says:

    Another of the collections of the Diemers' Project Unicorn stories Most of them are available for free online but I want to support this endeavour and all of these stories are charming in their own ways I think I liked In the Garden I Did Not Sin best of these they blur into each other a little because I devoured them in one go but I had fun


  3. Katie Katie says:

    While reading this collection I felt as if I was truly entering new worlds In these worlds monsters existed They could be either good or evil I liked the idea that sometimes being a monster could truly be a gift even though it seemed like a curse at first My favorite story from it was Two Salt Feet as it was a really creative and horrifying concept to sell mermaids as meat The stories are all uniue and I enjoyed that I never knew what I'd encounter next They were all well written and imaginative They really differed from each other despite being written around the common theme of monstrous sea Both ladies did a fabulous job and I am excited for their future work in this project


  4. Kitt Morgan Kitt Morgan says:

    As with all short story collections some stories shone and others fizzled a little I enjoyed it and the premise of the collection is great but the stories themselves arent oustanding Some even feel shallow i know they are short stories but still skme deeper chracterisation would be nice I will probably read the others in the series but at the same time I am not clamoring to read them ASAP


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