by Steve Alten
The most fearsome predator in history... Is no longer history
Seven miles down, on a top secret dive into the Pacific's deepest trench, Commander Jonas Taylor came face-to-face with the largest and most ferocious predator ever to inhabit the planet - Carcharodon Megalodon, the 60-foot, 70,000-pound prehistoric ancestor of the Great White shark.
Jonas escaped with his life - the dive's sole survivor - but his navy career was over, his nightmare encounter written off as a hallucination. But Jonas knows what he saw was real. He's determined to prove that Megalodon still feeds in the ocean's unexplored depths. Now, after seven years of research and study, he finally has his chance to return to the abyss.
Diving deeper than ever before, Jonas will face terror like he's never imagined. The Meg is about to surface and, when she does, nothing and no one is going to be safe.
Includes MEG: Origins.( 0.5)
Would I recommend it? Yes
Would I read more of this series? Yes in fact the very first book I every read was book 2 The Trench and just this year I was able to read the newest one book 6
Generations thanks to NetGalley.
Would I read more by this author? Yes
As I stated before I had already started this series since I already owned books 2-4 and was able to get book 6 thanks to NetGalley , and I was so glad that I found this one on sell on Amazon for only $0.99 , and then to come to find out not only did I get The Meg but also in the copy of the book I got Origins ( Meg #0.5) other one I haven't read yet and now I've read both, and I can't wait to read the rest of the series, because I know this series is going to be one of my favorites to re read over and over again , list like how I've already seen the movie The Meg about eight times. I mean what's not to like it has everything in it I love when it comes to books like this, extinct species of shark ( that could still be alive to this day) vs mankind, non stop action, blood and gore, also it brings to live other types of extinct species that lived during the Early Miocene to the Pliocene along side the Meg and the very waters as them, plus other thing is has going for it is that once you start to read it , you won't or can't put it down,