Tag Archives: Steve Alten

The Trench

  —2.5— As those who know me can attest, I occasionally (often) like to read bad books.  But not just any bad books, but books that are meant to be bad, and therefore are just entertaining, mindless, and sometimes a bit humorous.  … Continue reading

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Meg

—3.5— Meg by Steve Alten follows Dr. Jonas Taylor, a paleontologist who believes that Megalodons (giant sharks) from the age of the dinosaurs may still exist in the deep unexplored trenches of present-day oceans.  As his marriage falls apart he discovers … Continue reading

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The Loch

—3.5— Loch Ness Monster. Roar. By Steve Alten 3.5/5 Try The Loch if you enjoyed the creatures from Michael Crichton’s Jurassic Park and The Lost World.

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Intro: The Loch

“The deep blue waters of the Moray Firth crashed violently against the jagged shoreline below.  William Calder, second Thane of Cawdor, stood on an outcropping of rock just beyond the point where the boiling North Sea met the mouth of … Continue reading

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