Meg: A Novel of Deep Terror - Steve Alten

Meg: A Novel of Deep Terror

By Steve Alten

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-08-17
  • Book Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Author: Steve Alten
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 254 Ratings)

Meg: A Novel of Deep Terror Steve Alten read online review & book description:

Read the book that inspired the BLOCKBUSTER MOVIE starring Jason Statham, Li Bingbing, Rainn Wilson, Ruby Rose, Winston Chao, and Cliff Curtis! Seven years ago, and seven miles below the surface of the Pacific Ocean, Dr. Jonas Taylor encountered something that changed the course of his life. Once a Navy deep-sea submersible pilot, now a marine paleontologist, Taylor is convinced that a remnant population of Carcharodon megalodon — prehistoric sharks growing up to 70 feet long, that subsisted on whales — lurks at the bottom of the Mariana Trench. When offered the opportunity to return to those crushing depths in search of the Megs, Taylor leaps at the chance… but the quest for scientific knowledge (and personal vindication) becomes a desperate fight for survival, when the most vicious predator that the earth has ever known is freed to once-again hunt the surface.

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Posted Reviews

  • A great read

    By Ricardo F. Gonzalez
    Surprisingly, I saw this featured at Walmart almost a decade ago and read it while. I was still in junior high. I was expecting a coffee, but boy I was surprised and hooked by the story and I wanted more! The movie BUTCHERED the novel, so don’t let that fool you, the source material is fantastic!
  • Had to be about 14 or 15 yrs ago and I'm still Hooked!

    By Korynthe_
    I came across Meg by sheer chance at my schools library. I also found Raptor Red that day (also, a great read)I'm a shark fanatic so finding some NEW Fiction on the subject got me pretty stoked. It was a school night but I didn't care I plopped down with Meg in hand and when morning came I was just finishing it, but I wanted more megalodons!! The Trench then came, and filled the void.... Temporarily. Thankfully he's continued the Meg story a few more times, and hopefully we WILL see it up on the Big Screen Because srsly, Deep Blue Sea just did not cut it.
  • Wow.......

    By Kraken lives
    I was expecting a rip-off of Jaws, or just another crap novel like I usually find at 10 pm. So for a couple bucks I got it on iBook. I'd gone in not expecting much, but to my surprise I never put it down. In one sitting I finished the novel, feeling satisfied. So take my word for it, steal yourself away for this one.
  • A whale... Shark of a good read!

    By dragonknight159
    By far one of the best books I've read in a long time. Well written, exceptional attention to detail, and a great antagonist (and who doesn't love reading about people being eaten?). Alten really did his homework both with terminology and protocol, even coming up with a relatively realistic method for the survival of an extinct species.
  • Great one of the best

    By Calamononiafarava
    Great book read in about 3 days
  • Amazing

    By : )( :
    Great book but you can't buy the 2'nd one on iTunes now I have to go to the book store

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