There is something in the deep. Something large. Something hungry. Something prehistoric. And Team Grendel must find it, fight it, and kill it. Kinsey Thorne, the first female US Navy SEAL candidate has hit rock bottom. Having washed out of the Navy, she turned to every drink and drug she could get her hands on. Until her father and cousins, all ex-Navy SEALS themselves, offer her a way back into the life: as part of a private, elite combat Team being put together to find and hunt down an impossible monster in the Indian Ocean. Kinsey has a second chance, but can she live through it?
©2014 Jake Bible (P)2014 Jake Bible
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Murphy’s Law: If anything can go wrong, it will, at the most inconvinent time.
That seems to be the theme of “Mega: Deep Sea Thriller. From the first page to nearly the last that is what happens.
Ex-SEAL, Darren Chambers, hoped he had his financial problems in hand. OOPS, the bank repos his ship and leaves him and his crew high and dry.
Here comes Mr. Balentine, corporate money man with his own agenda, and his bodyguard Darby(female ex-Mosad).
Balentine hires Darren and his men to aid in the rescue of kidnapped sailors from Somali pirates. Then they would search for the monster whale that Darren has been looking for. He even makes Darren the captain of his new, larger, research ship named “Beowolf II”. Which BTW also has all the equipment and files from Darren’s old ship. (Don’t ask what happened to Beowolf I)
Balentine has also hired a team of ex-Seals, named them his Team Grendel, to run the rescue operation. Yup, Murphy’s Law.
At least none of them got killed, this time
This book is so filled with corporate intrigue, backstabbing, lies, and bickering you might think you were in a session of Congress.
The banter among the crew and Seals is quite funny at times. I liked the twins best.
There are so many people to try to keep track of it is almost a relief when some of them are taken out.
Oh yes, there is a really big shark too and don’t forget the really big whale that Darren is searching for, and when they find them, it’s action,adventure, blood, and terror.
This book has it all and it is also fun to read, in this case listen too. The narrator was fantastic. He really got into it bringing the characters to life. I like it so much I kept repeating parts. The production of the audio was flawless. I’m going to get Bible’s other books.
Audiobook purchased for review by ABR.
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