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Behemoth By Michael Cole,

  • Title: Behemoth
  • Author: Michael Cole
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Rick Napier is a fisherman struggling to make ends meet The situation is made even worse when a local fishing vessel mysteriously disappears, along with a Coast Guard diver sent to search for the wreckage As events unfold, he confronts the horrible reality of a top secret government experiment gone haywire, resulting in a hybrid creature of massive proportions Escaped fRick Napier is a fisherman struggling to make ends meet The situation is made even worse when a local fishing vessel mysteriously disappears, along with a Coast Guard diver sent to search for the wreckage As events unfold, he confronts the horrible reality of a top secret government experiment gone haywire, resulting in a hybrid creature of massive proportions Escaped from captivity in a high tech facility in the Atlantic, it seeks to fill an insatiable appetite Napier s life turns upside down as he witnesses the carnage and devastation, and is forced to confront a Behemoth terrifying than anything imaginable.
    Behemoth Rick Napier is a fisherman struggling to make ends meet The situation is made even worse when a local fishing vessel mysteriously disappears along with a Coast Guard diver sent to search for the wrec

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    1. Knew there was reason I don t like octopus or squidI would have gave five stars, but there were some minor problems with this book Those first then the good stuff Somehow the chapters got misnumbered This is no biggie, but it can make you think you missed something Then there were a few places that the story flow kind of stumbled All this meant to me was re reading a passage or two I liked the main character, Rick Napier He brought to my mind a guy like William Peterson This possibly is because [...]

    2. A new personal recordToday is big day for this reviewer Never before have I dumped a book at just 7% And yet hear I am I guess the floating rocks did me in The phenomenon of the self publishing author not paying attention to what he writing has become epidemic Then there is the author s insistence that his giant squid is the stupidest creature in the seven seas I guess he doesn t know that cephalopods are pinnacle of invertebrate intelligence.When you couple the poor writing with the silly ideas [...]

    3. Twist on deep sea talesVery interesting interpretation on genetic engineering and the good old oceanic thriller Well written story with plenty of realism and graphic details Would love to read a sequel

    4. Good bookEnjoyed this thriller, makes you keep reading to the very end try it and you will not regret it I promise

    5. Good sea monster novelThis book was a typical but good sea monster tale It had a mad scientist, mercenaries, light romance and lots of mayhem Would make a good movie.

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