The Call is described as being an "intense," "high concept" thriller. You could use a similar description for SUBMERGED.
Here's a brief description of the movie, The Call:
Halle Berry plays a veteran 911 operator who takes a life-altering call -- but when she makes a fatal mistake that costs a young girl her life, she has one chance to redeem herself when the serial killer strikes again.
This is how I'd describe SUBMERGED:
Marcus Taylor is a 911 operator who takes a life-altering call -- after making choices that resulted in the tragic deaths of his wife and son. And now he has one chance to redeem himself when a killer runs a woman and her children off the road.
In The Call, Halle Berry's character must confront a killer from her past, while in SUBMERGED, Marcus must confront his past--period.
Check out the trailer for The Call:
Now check out the trailer for SUBMERGED:
So here's my final analysis:
I love the thrill of being in suspense, of the ticking clock, the race to salvation, the redemption of a flawed character. If you do too, and if you have seen The Call and enjoyed it, pick up a copy of SUBMERGED, a thriller that will leave you breathless.
Pre-order today for only $0.99 US and receive it on March 2nd via:
Barnes and Noble (Nook):http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/submerged-cheryl-kaye-tardif/1114677237
Kobo Books (Kobo): http://store.kobobooks.com/en-CA/ebook/submerged-6
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