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Posted July 13, 2008
This debut book, Baby Shark, starts off fast ¿ one night of violence and murder that ultimately leads to the birth - creation is probably a better word - of Baby Shark, a teenage girl who survives the chaos. As a reader, you know what the book will be about. You know that the 17-year old girl who walked into the pool hall with her dad will eventually take not just the name Baby Shark but revenge on the men who left her scarred and fatherless. It¿s not necessarily the destination that keeps you reading, but the road you travel with her to get there. And by the end of the book, you¿re anxious to see where she¿ll go next.
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Posted May 27, 2013
Baby Shark--a whole new heroine for the fatuous fifties. Beautiful, scarred. She was hurt and now she packs a wallop.
Robert Fate has created something new, and it is not for sissies. Baby Shark had things happen to her that should have killed her, or rather killed ten ordinary people. Somehow, the unconventional love and lifestyle her murdered dad gave her was enough to give her the foundation to come back, create health and go out and get what she needs.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.