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Sarah Lotz

Sara Lotz is a South African author who writes under many pseudonyms for various genres, including urban horror (as S. L. Grey) and a YA pulp-fiction zombie series (as Lily Herne). She lives in Cape Town with her family and other animals. Here’s her website.
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The Three: Should have been terrifying

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The Three by Sarah Lotz

Sarah Lotz’s The Three is a stand-alone horror novel which should, by all rights, have a terrifying plot: Four high-capacity passenger jets crash on the same day, with no warning or clues as to the cause. After three of the crashes, a single child is found alive among the wreckage: one Japanese, one American, and one Briton. Global media coverage focuses on these three children (and the possibility of a fourth in Africa), creating a maelstrom of controversy over what may have happened and whether these children are symbols of hope or something far more sinister. Complicating the issue is the last known communication from an American woman, a voicemail which is appropriated by her pastor for self-aggrandizing purposes.

These events are bookended by a framing device: A journalist, Elspeth Martins, has taken it upon herself to better under... Read More