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Meg

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Eighteen-year-old Zach Richards had been cutting waves on Oahu's Northshore since he was twelve.  His younger brother Jim had only recently begun training on the mammoth waves that rolled in each winter from Alaska and Siberia.  The afternoon swells had been rising steadily with the incoming tide.  Now, as evening approached, the waves were reaching heights of twenty-five feet or more.  The bloody chunks of whale carcass were more than a nuisance . . . shark fins had been spotted sporadically al...l day.  Still, the surfers had an audience, mostly girls, and to Zach and Jim that alone was worth the risk.
    Jim was still pulling on his black wet suit when Zach and two of his surfer buddies, Scott and Ryan, caught their first set of waves.  Glancing back at Marie McGuire, he gave a quick wave.  When the brunette waved back, he almost tripped on his board in his hurry to get in the surf and join the group.
    Michael Barnes, a twenty-two-year-old with a tattoo on every muscle, had caught a twenty-footer.  Spotting the paddling surfer, he cut across the wave to intercept.  Jim looked up at the last moment to see Barnes's surfboard on a collision course with his head!  Quickly, he rolled off his own board and braced his head between both hands, tucking his chin.  The concussion of the incoming wave plowed into his stomach, driving him toward the bottom, then tossing and dragging him thirty feet in to shore.  Coughing up salt water, Jim rose to the surface in time to see Barnes riding the wave out, laughing as he glanced back.


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Guest 4 years ago

You lost me when he was still alive inside the Meg......a little too far fetched to be believable but saves me from spending money on the movie version

Guest 4 years ago

I was determined to read the book before I saw the movie, which I'm glad I did. Now having finished most of this series in a week I found it gripping stuff and hope Steve Alten continues this series with more blood and terror.

Guest 4 years ago

Very GOOD read!!

Guest 4 years ago

is IT JUST ME OR IS THAT DINOSAUR SWIMMING THE DOGGY PADDLE R

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