In the cold South Pacific waters off the coast of New Zealand, a team of divers and scientists are preparing for three days in a specially designed habitat 1300 feet below the surface. In this alien and savage world, the mysterious great white sharks gather to hunt and to breed. When the dive team’s only link to the surface is destroyed, they find themselves in a desperateIn the cold South Pacific waters off the coast of New Zealand, a team of divers and scientists are preparing for three days in a specially designed habitat 1300 feet below the surface. In this alien and savage world, the mysterious great white sharks gather to hunt and to breed. When the dive team’s only link to the surface is destroyed, they find themselves in a desperate battle for survival. With the air running out, and no hope of rescue, they must use their wits to survive against sharks, each other, and a terrifying nightmare of legend. ...
|Title||:||hell s teeth a deep sea thriller|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||106 Pages|
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hell s teeth a deep sea thriller Reviews
Hell's Teeth provides the right amount of bite (see what I did there?!) for a fun deep sea thriller where people are getting offed by a pack of great white sharks.A research expedition soon turns deadly as a fight for survival ensues! Throw in a few mercenaries and you have an action-packed read with enough cheese to restock a supermarket shelf. Reads like this are a great way to decompress (I did it again!) from my usual horror fare and I do enjoy them. Some are a bit hit and miss, but this one was pretty good.The characters are only here as shark bait, and I am more than happy with that. Who will survive and what will be left of them? Read it and find out.It sure ain't Jaws, but it's a damn sight better than Sharknado!
SharksAn ok book. Started off really good and mostly stayed that way until the end. Anticlimactic ending. Like the big bang in reverse. Not a bad book.
A two day expedition to explore the floor of the ocean is now possible thanks to the building of a specially designed habitat on the sea bed for the divers to spend a few days living in. The first sub takes the first of the team down but suddenly the lines comes loose and it lurches out of control down to the bottom. The best chance for the survivors is to get out and swim for the safety of the habitat and come up with a plan for what to do next. But as they head for the habitat they don't know what is happening above or how much danger they are in.Up on the surface, Casey is distracted by automatic gunfire as he supervises the lowering of the first sub. As he hides he realises that the cinemaphotography team who were filming them are actually South African environmental terrorists who want to kill everyone as a lesson not to touch the ocean floor. The only chance Casey has of escaping before the bombs blow up is to dive down to the habitat below and link up with the sub survivors. Tyler is semi-submerged at the time of the attack and is pulled down to the bottom by the cables he is tangled in. He is hoping for help on the bottom from the others but he can't help noting the number of sharks gathering in the water around him. The survivors are now gathering in the habitat but there are several problems...part of the building is damaged and may need repairs which could be highly dangerous. They cannot use the dive suits to surface as there are no longer any decompression facilities available on the surface to use with everything blown up. The sub is damaged and unusable. The second one in on the sunken ship. Air is running out in the habitat along with supplies. And the sharks are very hungry and aggresive and are circling them...Slight niggle-we are told at the start that when underwater, a thumbs up means that you want to surface, perhaps due to a problem. So why is everyone including the diver experts using a thumbs up through the book to signal ok? Confusing but not vitally important to the enjoyment of the story.My main issue with the book was my particular hatred of one of the characters Nari, a marine environment expert. She is bragging about how smart she is and biting everyone's heads off at the start of the book yet makes no attempt to offer any kind of assistance with a plan. Instead she spends her time whining and bitching at everyone and expecting the men to do everything to save her. It would've been nice for her to actually use that brain she brags about to help them. However, she is there to play a particular role in the story and she didn't stop me reading on as the other characters were good.On the bright side, this was a nicely written little ocean thriller. There was plenty going on of interest as the disasters start to kill or trap the characters and we follow what happens on the surface, under the water and on the sea bed as everytime tries to get to the relative safety of the habitat. There are tense scenes as they try to come up with a plan and a few scary action scenes as the sharks close in. There was enough to keep me interested and wanting to see what was coming up next. I liked the tension every time someone left the safety of the habitat, waiting to see if the sharks would get that character. I thought the plans they came up with were interesting and their fights with each other were realistic of how people might respond in that situation.Overall I liked this as an undersea thriller with some shark action.
I knew from the first chapter that this story would be a good ride. It had all the right ingredients from the start: suspense, believable characters and, as the story progressed further, a growing respect for and confidence in Mannering’s ability to tell the story right. What particularly impressed me was the amount of detail about diving and the problems to do with pressure underwater. I know nothing about these subjects, not being a diver myself, but Paul was able to fill me in with the proper amount of detail I needed at just the right time.And the sharks. Don’t forget the sharks. Villains are not always easy to write. They have to be believable, and getting their motivations down correctly can be a real problem for some writers. There’s nothing less scary than a villain with no motive—unless that villain happens to be mindless in the first place. And in this short but savage tale we have two marvellous villains to enjoy: the sharks and the sea itself, both of which are ready to destroy the fragile humans who dared to cross their path.This is a good old-fashioned base-under-siege tale, where remorseless forces seek to overwhelm a group of valiant defenders. Never knowing who was going to survive and who would become shark-lunch had me guessing—and often being wrong. That’s why I liked the ride so much. Well done to Paul Mannering for scaring the crap out of me once more!
Action packedThough it primarily deals with sharks, the story is packed with action from so many angles. Keeps you reading until the last