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Primal Waters (Meg #3)
Primal Waters - Meg #3
Author: Steve Alten
It was the apex predator of all time, the most fearsome creature that ever lived -- a 70-foot, 70,000 pound Great White shark. Hundreds of 7-inch serrated teeth filled jaws that could swallow an elephant whole. It could sense its prey miles away, inhaling its scent as it registered the beat of its fluttering heart, and if you ever came close eno...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780765347855
ISBN-10: 0765347857
Publication Date: 5/1/2005
Pages: 480
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 89 ratings
Publisher: Forge Books
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio CD
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The riveting NEW YORK TIMES bestselling Saga.
Two words: Jurassic Shark! A novel of deep terror. Eighteen years ago the prehistoric Carcharondon megalodon shark nicknames "Angel" broke free of the Tanaka Lagoon and returned to the depths of the Mariana Trench. Jonas Taylor, the famed adventurer who captured the Mega shark is now a middle-aged father of two, overwhelmed by bills and the stress of raising a family. But his life is about to change.

A Hollywood producer wants Jonas to join his new "series" DAREDEVILS. Two teams of daredevils will make a south pacific voyage on a replica of a Spanish galleon and try to outperform each other in front of the cameras. Jonas needs the money this will bring.

Jonas wife is asked to investigate hundreds of whale beachings off Vancouver Island . . . the shark's old stomping grounds. Could the once-captive seventy foot long megalodon shark have returned to West Coast waters?
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Wonderful...every bit as good as the first.
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This is the first book I've read by Steve Alten. Hope the others he's written are as good. Plan to read more from him.
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reviewed Primal Waters (Meg #3) on + 520 more book reviews
The first in this series was pretty good, the second even better, and this one improves upon both. Thanks to the independent subplots, it almost felt like I was reading 2 or even 3 parallel novels at the same time without getting lost or confused by it. # 4 is already on my to-be-read pile. (# 4, "Hell's Aquarium", is currently the last in the series, although Steve Alten keeps hinting at a 5th - oh, and a prequel novella is out there, but only for electronic reader.)
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I thought they dragged it out a bit could have been much shorter and still would be an exciting, thriller about Jonas Taylor, a paleobiologist who crossed paths with Megalodon eighteen years ago. Now he is middle-aged, with teenage children and a wife---strunggling to pay his bills. When he is made an offer he can't refuse but will live to regret. For those readers who love scary, action-filled scenes...they will love it.
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Another great scary shark story, the megalodon 'Angel' on the loose. This will grab you from the beginning and keep you on the edge to the end. Even if you don't read about the Jonas Taylor family from the beginning each book is it's own story, there are references to the other books but you won't be lost and it will make you want to read all of the them as soon as you can get them!

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