MEG: A Novel of Deep Terror (MEG, 1)
Seven years after his tragic last dive, Jonas Taylor is talked into returning to the bottom of the Mariana Trench. Convinced that what he saw down there could not be real, Jonas once again travels seven miles below the ocean’s surface, only to have disaster strike again. This time the carnage leads a prehistoric monster from the depths. Now there is a seventy-foot-long megalodon lose, and everything she encounters becomes her next meal. Jonas knows this giant beast needs to be stopped, but how does one hunt the most deadly apex predator the world has ever seen?
MEG: A Novel of Deep Terror by best-selling author Steve Alton is a fast-paced oceanic adventure. A cross between Jaws and Jurassic Park, Alton’s action-packed story thrills and excites. This book is only the beginning of Alton’s deep sea horror saga, but he has set an incredible stage in this first volume. MEG is a modern-day fantasy filled with plenty of oceanographic and paleographic data. With many scenes of blood and gore, Alton does not hold back when trying to scare his readers from ever getting near the ocean again.
|Page Count||208 pages|
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