Ray has a sailboat.
Ray invites six friends to go on his sailboat.
Ray and his six friends are attacked by an angry shark.
Meanwhile, a self-proclaimed shark hunter tracks down an angry shark.
"Whoa! It's like The Grapes of Wrath meets Twilight!" - Rabid Boogie Boarder
|Publisher:||Shades of Gray Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.43(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
If you thought 'Sharknado' was the funniest thing to do with sharks, you are in for a real treat when you read 'One Pissed-Off Shark'. This easily has to be one of the funniest books, I have ever read. Here are some cliches from the novel that you can enjoy: • Someone says 'We're gonna need a bigger boat'. • Mysterious hunter-type has a foul mouth and drinking problem. • The fat one shouts 'Cannonball', then does one. • A medical school drop out. • The loss of a flare gun that soon afterwards proves essential. There are many more, and I giggled at each one. But, this book isn't just about humour. There was tension and action, after all, as the title suggest, there is a really angry shark and it is hungry for twenty-something flesh. Will Eli and his deaf assistant Dickens, hunt down the shark before it eats all the friends. If I could only take one phrase away from the novel it would be a toss up between 'Sugar Nips” and “Muff Face”, both said by my favorite character, the hunter Eli, and which I have now added to my own vocabulary. Although 'pepperoni nipples' was also a highlight. A five star laugh-fest – brilliant....like, really brilliant.
“Seven friends embarking on a daring journey...Very close to death and danger. Very close to...ONE PISSED-OFF SHARK.” Being a novel about a series of savage shark attacks, it may be a little strange of be to say that I laughed and cringed (in a good way) all the way through 'One Pissed-Off Shark'. Zach Scott is a seriously talented comedy writer, the dialogue was absolutely hilarious, and the characters were right on the money. Vicki was a real stand out for me, as the man-hungry ditz, and her conflict with the prudish Trisha, had a amusing and cheesy after-school special vibe that I loved.