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Publisher's Summary

In the best-selling tradition of Jaws - from the depths of the sea comes a new kind of terror.

In all his years as a professional diver, Will Sturman has never encountered a killing machine more ferocious than the great white shark or as deadly as the piranha. Now, off the coast of California, something is rising from the deep - and multiplying. It is voracious, unstoppable, and migrating north, an ungodly life-form trailed by a gruesome wake of corpses. With the help of the brilliant and beautiful oceanographer Valerie Martell, Will finds himself in a race against time to stop the slaughter by a predator capable of devastating the world’s oceans.

Pray it kills you quickly.

©2013 Ryan Lockwood (P)2013 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Heart Pounding Start Loses Steam

Would you try another book from Ryan Lockwood and/or Tom Taylorson?

Yes I would.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

The ending seemed very anti-climatic. I also had a problem with the constant insistance of the scientist on treating the creatures as misunderstood victims while they were eating entire families. The tone of the book seemed uneven or unfocused.

What aspect of Tom Taylorson’s performance would you have changed?

The performanced seemed a bit wooden. Needed more energy.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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decent read/listen

Has the base feel of Jaws and a lot of creativity. I would refer to those who enjoy maritime horror/suspense.

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Somethings Beneath The Waves

The story has an interesting cast of characters for the most part. Quiet a few of the side cast I found more irritating and unneeded then anything. The story itself is what you would expect of an underwater creature story. You got your main character, a scientist or two, and some main side cast. The monster of the story was also an interesting choice. I just wish there was more action, horror, suspense, ect. For an at seas/underwater book the actual detail of the creature and it's cast is rather lacking but enough to keep you interested. The interactions with said creatures are also brief and fast. I honestly did not feel the terror that was trying to be portrayed in the story at any given point though some events did make me a tad said from time to time. It's an interesting book, with an interesting cast, but it just lakes depth in my opinion. The narrator actually did rather well portraying the characters and scenes with what they were given.

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great with a few glitches

some part of the recording are glitchy, but over all it's a great story. I will highly recommend it if the glitches can be sorted out.

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Pretty standard but fun

You aren't getting into any unknown territory with this book but if you're a fan of this style you'll enjoy it

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Lame at worst parts, ordinary at best.

I wasted my time. I kept waiting for any character to develop a brain,