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Author: Robin Brown
ISBN: 086721225X
Publisher: Jove Pubns (November 1, 1982)
Language: English
Category: New Age & Spirituality
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e-Book Megalodon epub download

by Robin Brown



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Megalodon, a 90-foot prehistoric shark with monstrous teeth (one of which is left behind as evidence of the creature's . So eventually Apollo battles the megalodon youngster and escapes.

Megalodon, a 90-foot prehistoric shark with monstrous teeth (one of which is left behind as evidence of the creature's identity). while a torpedo wounds the shark, causing the parents to pounce on him in a feeding frenzy and chomp up a nearby Russian sub as well. And, when last seen, Acremann's animal trio is escorting Apollo home to the Arctic.

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Megalodon by Robin Brown came out in 1981, before the prehistoric megashark became a household name . Steve Alten writes a lot of books with these; his novel Meg was about a Megalodon that makes it to the surface after surviving down in the Mariana Trench.

Megalodon by Robin Brown came out in 1981, before the prehistoric megashark became a household name (resulting in the novel being republished under the uninspiring name of Shark) and is still one of the better efforts. Extinct by Charles Wilson (one which was almost made into a TV miniseries).

When a nuclear submarine is destroyed and evidence points to the Megalodon, an immense, supposedly extinct, prehistoric shark, Frank Acremann of the Institute of Marine Studies seeks a solution to the problem
Westened
The navy is doing research in a trench 300 miles from Hawaii when their Ohio-Class sub is hit by something and disabled, killing the crew. The something was picked up by the sub's equipment but was not seen from the surface. Thus a private research tem is brought in to help with the sensing and a second sub has an accident. The private researchers think there may be a giant megalodon shark at work but have to keep quiet about their unsupported ideas.

As the Navy continues to hold a presence in international waters, they attract the attention of the Russians (it is still the Cold War). Now we have the Navy, the Russians, the researchers, a dolphin and whale team, and a family of giant sharks all coming together in a not-quite thriller where the story really happens in the final ten pages.

Although this may be the first megalodon novel, it is not the first story as one by Alan Dean Foster inspired Peter Benchley to write JAWS. It may lack some of the shark action of EXTINCT or MEG but it does a better job of trying to insert the sharks into reality. So while the action is less, the world realism is greater and you will have to decide for yourself which is more important.
Anicasalar
So, you've waited a full five years for the JAWS craze to pass, and you think you can do better, so what do you do to make your own super-shark book original? Simple! Multiply the shark's length by 8, add a very different setting, and let the carnage begin! This was actually the first of the fictionous MEGALODON books ever around, and it really isn't a bad one. Its got this really big research boat over this really deep ocean. The americans on the really big boat see a gold mine at the bottom, and have decided to send their Ohio-class submarine down for a look-see. Unfortunatly, they find not gold but a bloated, mossy shark that proceeds to kill them all. The trouble with the Americans is that they just don't know when to quit, as more and more people go down in metal things and find themselves dead or in very deep trouble. In the first chapter, you are led to believe that believing in the megalodon will be a quick, easy process, but really, nobody believes it till the final pages. All in all, if you even marginally like these books, pick it up if you can find it at a book fair something. I can guarentee you it won't cost that much
Kuve
Very unusual and entertaining novel about things which live in the sea ...

Robin Brown is an expert on marine biology, particularly that of cetaceans such as whales and dolphins, and uses some of his knowledge to create this fascinating story.

The Megalodon was an immense prehistoric shark which is known to have existed millions of years ago; fossils of its enormous teeth have been found in rocks which are now on land but formed part of the seabed long before man existed.

The premise of the story is that a small group of these enormous creatures, currently believed to be extinct, have survived like the coelacanth in the depths of the oceans. The first that humans know of something very large and powerful in the sea is the unexplained loss of a nuclear submarine. When a giant shark's tooth is found in the wreck, a team of marine biologists are brought in to investigate. The real heroes of the book are the cetacean members of the team - dolphins Doris and Macho, and a killer whale called Morgan.

About a decade after this book was published, another writer called Steve Alten began to write the "Meg" series of books with a similar premise to this one.

It begins with MEG: A Novel of Deep Terror

The "Meg" series sold very well, but in my opinion Robin Brown's original is far superior.

Strongly recommended.
Qulcelat
I picked this book up randomly at some out-of-the-way used book store a few weeks ago- I origionally (that word shouldn't even be in the English language- it's impossible to spell correctly) thought that it would be some cheesy marine adventure novel... it exceeded my expectations by its ...really nifty plot. The parts with the dolphins were really creative... and got me to thinking... I'd suggest this book to anyone whose mind doesn't wander too easily... Maybe I should get a dolphin. And on the subject of gigantic man-eating sharks... would you give one love and care while it was trying to eat everything living (and non-living) in sight, including you? Very nifty book. Go Wolfpack!
Xaluenk
i thought that the book did not have engouh love and care for the sharks i think you should treat sharks with more respect they are not cold blooded killers they are just hunting for food not killing for fun like most humans sharks have been around longer then humans and i think we should treat them with the respect that they need and want