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White Shark summary Ú E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ten everything he cares for A creature whose malevolence is unthinkable Whose need to feed is insatiable And whose relentless hunt for prey is unstoppableNearly twenty five years after his huge bestseller Jaws the master of the deep has done it again letting loos. Peter Benchley does it again with his bone chilling 1980 s horror novel White Shark I give it two fear inducing steel clawed webbed fins up I gave it five of five stars because its definitely one of the best books I ve ever read Peter Benchley is known well for raising the famous uestion Is it safe to go back in the water He is a god of the horror fiction world and the monster that lives within these pages is a representation of his greatness The book starts in Nazi Germany at the end of World War II The war had nt ended uite yet A German scientist who goes by Kruger is boarding a German U Boat to transport his mysterious bronze box to America Because of the size of the box and since it can only fit in the torpedo room the U Boat is now unarmed and vulnerable While at sea the boat gets a message saying the war is over But the war is never over for those at sea A bomber plane strikes the U boat with a barrage if missiles The U Boat begins to sink and for some reason Kruger opened the box Chase and Tall Man are marinebiologists who work on Osprey Island at Chase s marine institute Chase s twelve year old son Max has come to stay with him for 1 month as visitation Chase wants to make the most of this limited time to make up for 8 years lost Soon Chase Tall Man Max and Amanda another marinebiologist who is studying with Chase getting involved in a disturbing mystery with mysterious bodies washing up on shore fields of dead seagulls and a stainless steel shark s tooth found in the carcass of a deer It will have you on the edge of your seat Benchley s new monster makes the shark from Jaws look like a pet goldfish That couldn t be true I don t want to give away too much about the Nazi born man eating monster but it s terrifying It kills for fun and hunts down any living thing within sensory range No monster can stand up to the horrific image of Benchley s greatest abomination As I said before this book is great It has suspense action horror and Benchley s classic lifedeath situations All of that with an amazing monster It creates wonderful insight into the point of view of the monster as it uests to feed its insatiable appetite and intense need to kill The plot is good though a few times I was lost when the story switches characters after some chapters those new characters usually get eaten by the monster by the end of the chapter If you can get around small potholes you should be fine But be warned don t go in the water Eksyneen muistikirja prey is unstoppableNearly twenty five years after his huge bestseller Jaws the master of the deep has done it again letting loos. Peter Benchley does it again with his bone chilling 1980 s horror novel White Shark I give it two fear inducing steel clawed webbed fins up I gave it five of five stars because its definitely one of the best books I ve ever read Peter Benchley is known well for raising the famous uestion Is it safe to go back in the water He is a god of the horror fiction world and the monster that lives within these Afternoons with the Blinds Drawn pages is a representation of his greatness The book starts in Nazi Germany at the end of World War II The war had nt ended uite yet A German scientist who goes by Kruger is boarding a German U Boat to transport his mysterious bronze box to America Because of the size of the box and since it can only fit in the torpedo room the U Boat is now unarmed and vulnerable While at sea the boat gets a message saying the war is over But the war is never over for those at sea A bomber Y hasta lo último de la tierra Una historia ilustrada del Cristianismo plane strikes the U boat with a barrage if missiles The U Boat begins to sink and for some reason Kruger opened the box Chase and Tall Man are marinebiologists who work on Osprey Island at Chase s marine institute Chase s twelve year old son Max has come to stay with him for 1 month as visitation Chase wants to make the most of this limited time to make up for 8 years lost Soon Chase Tall Man Max and Amanda another marinebiologist who is studying with Chase getting involved in a disturbing mystery with mysterious bodies washing up on shore fields of dead seagulls and a stainless steel shark s tooth found in the carcass of a deer It will have you on the edge of your seat Benchley s new monster makes the shark from Jaws look like a Knight Kyle and the Magic Silver Lance pet goldfish That couldn t be true I don t want to give away too much about the Nazi born man eating monster but it s terrifying It kills for fun and hunts down any living thing within sensory range No monster can stand up to the horrific image of Benchley s greatest abomination As I said before this book is great It has suspense action horror and Benchley s classic lifedeath situations All of that with an amazing monster It creates wonderful insight into the ueer Theory and Brokeback Mountain point of view of the monster as it uests to feed its insatiable appetite and intense need to kill The The Truth Against the World plot is good though a few times I was lost when the story switches characters after some chapters those new characters usually get eaten by the monster by the end of the chapter If you can get around small Making Him Sweat Taking Him Down potholes you should be fine But be warned don t go in the water

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White Shark summary Ú E-book, or Kindle E-pub E a chilling new predator that only he could create Drawing on his singular knowledge of the sea science and history Peter Benchley masterfully spins a suspense filled novel that hits you on a primal level makes your heart pound and leaves your blood running cold. Most of my reviews lately have started with me saying I loved this book because really I only feel compelled to write a review when I love a book On some occasions I might dislike A book so intensely that I want to rant about it in a review but that s rare So I m going to start this review the same as most of my others I LOVED THIS BOOKIt was fun and intelligent all at the same time and to me that s what makes for good science ficton There has to be a good mix of plausibility with the creativity Sometimes the book could get a little heavy on the conservasionalism but the main HUMAN character had dedicated his life to the conservation and study of sharks so it made perfect sense and never felt preachy and annoying to meSpeaking of the main HUMAN character I really enjoyed him This book didn t go very deep into his psyche there wasn t a whole bunch of back story to get lost in but I felt like I got to know him and every other character well enough to care whether thhey lived or died and that s about as much character devolpment as I need when I read a book like thisSimon Chase wasn t a perfect hero but he was one of the likeable chracters that I have delt with in a long time He was a man that was drivin by a fierce love of the ocean and the creatures that dwelt in it but he was also a very loving and attentive father and I think that is what I liked most about him Even though he was just really getting to know his son they didn t have that combative relationship that I expected them to have on the contrary his son adored him and he was dedicated to making up for lost timeThere were a few other HUMAN character s like Amanda the obligatory female Love intrest and Tall man the Best friend but even though they were nothing new I felt ike they were done very well Sometimes secondary characters can either feel like they are taking time away from the main storyline and cast or like they are virtualy non existent but every chracter in this book was placed there to enhance the story Even if their only purpose was to die they were there for a reason And now I can get to my absolute favorite part of this book The monsterI can t go too deeply into descriptions of him because one of the things that made this such an enjoyable read for me was learning and about the monster as the story progressed What I can say is that You will get to be inside his head and that is a very interesting place to be I won t go so far as to say I was rooting for him but I also can t say I hated all the time either Every thought he had wasn t evil he had moment s of confusion genuine hunger and fear that made him fee like an animal then a monster I mean he was evil and that comes across loud and clear but the thing that set this monster apart for me was the vunerability He wasn t all powerful and most of the time he knew itI m always in the mood for some good sci fi whether it s a movee tv show or book and this was some grade A sci fi Enemy on the Euphrates predator that only he could create Drawing on his singular knowledge of the sea science and history Peter Benchley masterfully spins a suspense filled novel that hits you on a The Epilogue The Selection #31 primal level makes your heart Children of Wrath pound and leaves your blood running cold. Most of my reviews lately have started with me saying I loved this book because really I only feel compelled to write a review when I love a book On some occasions I might dislike A book so intensely that I want to rant about it in a review but that s rare So I m going to start this review the same as most of my others I LOVED THIS BOOKIt was fun and intelligent all at the same time and to me that s what makes for good science ficton There has to be a good mix of Lukes Cut Hells Eight #8 plausibility with the creativity Sometimes the book could get a little heavy on the conservasionalism but the main HUMAN character had dedicated his life to the conservation and study of sharks so it made The Liberation of Sita perfect sense and never felt The Adventures of Tom SawyerAdventures of Huckleberry FinnThe Prince and the Pauper preachy and annoying to meSpeaking of the main HUMAN character I really enjoyed him This book didn t go very deep into his Le Dernier des Justes psyche there wasn t a whole bunch of back story to get lost in but I felt like I got to know him and every other character well enough to care whether thhey lived or died and that s about as much character devolpment as I need when I read a book like thisSimon Chase wasn t a Midnight is a Place perfect hero but he was one of the likeable chracters that I have delt with in a long time He was a man that was drivin by a fierce love of the ocean and the creatures that dwelt in it but he was also a very loving and attentive father and I think that is what I liked most about him Even though he was just really getting to know his son they didn t have that combative relationship that I expected them to have on the contrary his son adored him and he was dedicated to making up for lost timeThere were a few other HUMAN character s like Amanda the obligatory female Love intrest and Tall man the Best friend but even though they were nothing new I felt ike they were done very well Sometimes secondary characters can either feel like they are taking time away from the main storyline and cast or like they are virtualy non existent but every chracter in this book was A Day For A Day placed there to enhance the story Even if their only Court of Lions purpose was to die they were there for a reason And now I can get to my absolute favorite I Cant Make You Love Me but I Can Make You Leave part of this book The monsterI can t go too deeply into descriptions of him because one of the things that made this such an enjoyable read for me was learning and about the monster as the story Vingespenn progressed What I can say is that You will get to be inside his head and that is a very interesting We Love Glenda So Much and A Change of Light place to be I won t go so far as to say I was rooting for him but I also can t say I hated all the time either Every thought he had wasn t evil he had moment s of confusion genuine hunger and fear that made him fee like an animal then a monster I mean he was evil and that comes across loud and clear but the thing that set this monster apart for me was the vunerability He wasn t all Wenn Kinder trotzen powerful and most of the time he knew itI m always in the mood for some good sci fi whether it s a movee tv show or book and this was some grade A sci fi

summary Ê E-book, or Kindle E-pub ✓ Peter Benchley

White Shark summary Ú E-book, or Kindle E-pub At a small marine institute off the coast of Connecticut only marine biologist Simon Chase realizes that a sixteen foot pregnant Great White is feeding in the area But even Simon doesn't know that a far deadlier creature is about to come out of the deep and threa. This is Benchley s best work in my opinion Jaws Yuck The movie Jaws scared the shit out of me growing up and I still consider it a favorite but the book sucked It was mostly sex and stupid drama And maybe two major attack scenes but that s about it This book blows Jaws out of the water It s pretty much everything I wanted in Jaws Less sex shark attack I can see why people hated this though the whole idea of this shark is unrealistic and corny but that s what made me love it even A lot of people hated the movie version of this Creature I actually found it a hoot Not a favorite but still one of those gorey B movies that held my attention If you are into movies like Sharknado and Two Headed Shark Attack then I recommend it


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    E–book [White Shark] Most of my reviews lately have started with me saying I loved this book because really I only feel compelled to write a review when I love a book On some occasions I might dislike A book so intensely that I want to rant about it in a review but that's rare So I'm going to start this review the same as most of my others I LOVED THIS BOOKIt was fun and intelligent all at the same time and to me that's what makes for goo

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    E–book [White Shark] I knowI know my expectations may have been a little high After all this was written by the guy who gave us Jaws I mean JAWS One of the scariest books and best movies ever made Surely this book couldn't be so bad Could it?I should also noteI read this book because I now live in Connecticut and it was amusing to

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  • Paperback
  • 352
  • White Shark
  • Peter Benchley
  • English
  • 02 December 2019
  • 9780312965730