Takaashigani: A Deep Sea Thriller

Duke is a Nevada tow truck driver with a government contract to pick up a boat on the California coast His contact is a scientist who has immersed himself in the study of Japanese Spider Crab migration a species never seen in these waters before Duke doesn t realize that he s about to drive into a town with a hundred year old secret and genetically mutated sea creatureDuke is a Nevada tow truck driver with a government contract to pick up a boat on the California coast His contact is a scientist who has immersed himself in the study of Japanese Spider Crab migration a species never seen in these waters before Duke doesn t realize that he s about to drive into a town with a hundred year old secret and genetically mutated sea creatures with a taste for human flesh.
Takaashigani A Deep Sea Thriller Duke is a Nevada tow truck driver with a government contract to pick up a boat on the California coast His contact is a scientist who has immersed himself in the study of Japanese Spider Crab migratio

  • Title: Takaashigani: A Deep Sea Thriller
  • Author: Justin Hunter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Takaashigani: A Deep Sea Thriller”

    1. NopeI quite liked the premise of this book - but as others have said; there are way too many typos and continuity errorsc. It really could have done with a proof-read and a shit-load of editing. It did have its moments though, where there was a bit of tension every so often - and times when it was soporific.Anyway, someone else may like it better than I did. At least it wasn't another Megalodon book. This was an attempt at something different, I guess. I did finish it though, despite its short-c [...]

    2. I almost don't know what to say about this book. To say that it's in desperate need of an editor would be a start, but even the repetitiveness and typos could be forgiven if there were a single likable character in this misogynistic gorefest. Blargh.

    3. It's overWhat makes a book the worst one ever. Is it because of bad to nonexistent editing? Is it an abundance of run on sentences or paragraphs that run for almost a full page? Would it be because the author can't keep his own facts straight for the length of three sentences? As well read as I like to think I am, I'm not qualified to declare a book the worst ever. However, there is no escaping the fact that this is the worst book I have ever read. One reviewer thought that this book was written [...]

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