Primal Waters (Meg Series #3)

Primal Waters (Meg Series #3)

by Steve Alten
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Primal Waters (Meg Series #3) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 100 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Would anyone mind telling me what the second book is called or where to find it? The first was amazing, but I'd rather read the series in chronological order. If it's of any help, I'm using a nook SimpleTouch. Thanks for reading and hopefully helping!!! :)
catCL More than 1 year ago
Steve,s done it again sat me in my over stuff chair for hours. I just can't find a stopping point. Please don't forget to read the first book[Meg]and the second book [The trench]before reading this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The second book is the trench
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
To prove it ill send a expidection across the world to do it when im thirty ill try to get a blood sample of it
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If you enjoyed books like "Kronos" and "Jaws", then you'll love this book even more. Meg: Primal Waters, the third installment in the Meg Series, continues with a perfect mix of the thriller and action-based themes. The plot, although not entirely original, incorporates the return of a previous villain in a nefarious scheme to silence the famous paleobiologist Jonas Taylor. In the procees, Jonas, his wife and their children Danielle and David, including many hapless victims, cross the paths of three megalodons in a muti-layered story sure to sate your imagination.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Steve Alten isn't the best writer, in fact the books have a tendency to be formulated, repeat unnecessary information, and can be a bit tedious in spots. However, if you are just looking for a fun read, something to break up reading more informative and well-written books, you could do worse than this.
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It was sckary the movie was sckary but i relly loved it
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Alten has done an excellent job of returning back to what made the series great, the Meg. If you are looking for a well written creature feature, this is the one to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this series but this one has some dragging slow information parts, but all in all a good book. Pleade start with #1 so U can follow the series.
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Steve alten is one of the best authors ever on the face of the earth. I just started domain a couple of months after i finished meg i love steve hes an awesome author!
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