Megalodon: Feeding Frenzy

Megalodon Feeding Frenzy A deep sea fracking operation in the Arctic Ocean breaks through into a world hidden for million years an undersea cavern from the Pliocene Epoch of the Cenozoic Era Among the prehistoric terrors

  • Title: Megalodon: Feeding Frenzy
  • Author: J.E. Gurley
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A deep sea fracking operation in the Arctic Ocean breaks through into a world hidden for 15 million years, an undersea cavern from the Pliocene Epoch of the Cenozoic Era Among the prehistoric terrors unleashed is a giant megalodon, a shark so efficient it had no need to change for 20 million years Asa Iverson was the only survivor from the Global Kulik incident Now, theA deep sea fracking operation in the Arctic Ocean breaks through into a world hidden for 15 million years, an undersea cavern from the Pliocene Epoch of the Cenozoic Era Among the prehistoric terrors unleashed is a giant megalodon, a shark so efficient it had no need to change for 20 million years Asa Iverson was the only survivor from the Global Kulik incident Now, the nightmares haunt him Did he see a colossal shark long thought extinct, or was it a hypothermia induced hallucination Now, he s back in the Arctic to see for himself, and the deadliest predator the world has ever known is headed in his direction.

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    1. Megalodon Feeding Frenzy seeks to evoke the terror we instinctively have of these larger than life creatures, and amp it up to a state of sheer, visceral terror by introducing a group of them in a feeding frenzy Unfortunately, it doesn t work While I got through the first quarter of the book easily enough, by the time we got to one of the first big battles between shark and man at the halfway point, I wasn t involved in the book and I didn t care what happened.J.E Gurley gives it a solid effort, [...]


    2. Megalodon what can you sayThis book was a thrilling story from beginning to the end I liked the characters and was rooting for them to all come through in one piece But a big shocker some of them don t The idea of a shark bigger than a great white will have my attention Some of these stories are usually the same, but this one is a bit different the main character, Asa, would rather be someplace else However you don t always get what you want Would suggest if you do read this one be sure not to [...]


    3. I was so excited to read this I haven t found any meg books anywhere near as good as Meg I was enjoying it until I read 180 feet Megalodon was the biggest damn shark on the planet 50 60 feet But noooo that s never enough I know it s fiction but Jesus why can t you just leave it at a plausible size Why is a 60 foot shark not enough 180 feet is ridiculous and not needed fiction or not I don t care if that sounds stupid to you but it ruined it for me All down hill for me from there I know that won [...]


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