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The Aquatic Research City is finally open for business, and with the contained prehistoric megalodon the main draw, business is booming.

On the surface thousands flock to see the shark each day, and Tyler Baxter, the city's new president, wants to utilize the full potential of his father's investment.

With hundreds of millions of pounds of revenue waiting to be invested, Tyler puts the city's safety at risk by hosting an aquatic race, the first of its kind.

With the ARC's security stretched to the limit and the city at maximum capacity, surely nothing can go wrong.

The heroes of Sharc once again come face to face with the Megalodon and a host of predators in an intense upheaval of power, and the waters of the world's first aquatic city will forever be tarnished with blood.

©2014 Paul Rudd (P)2015 Thorstruck Press

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  • 20-01-17

The sequel is even more of actual than Sharc

Once again a great listen via Audible, and superbly written by Paul Rudd and also wonderfully narrated by Craig Beck. Events take place about a year after sharc and it's an adrenaline junkies paradise, with more tension and shark attacks that makes Jaws look like a teddy bears picnic. Emotionally felt attached to some of the characters and felt good when some of them survived and gutted when a couple didn't, overall a great listen and can't wait for more.

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