Meg is the first book in a trilogy and it follows a group of people who are trapped on an island in the middle of nowhere. They’re all part of an elite group called The Alphas and they’re trying to get off this island so they can save their families and friends. But, wait: What if there’s something else even more dangerous than being stuck in an island? You’ll have to read the book to find out!
Meg is a prehistoric shark. She lives in the depths of the sea and eats great white sharks like Jonas Taylor, who is on his honeymoon with his wife when he’s attacked by Megs. He survives and manages to escape but loses both his legs at one point during their fight against her.
Jonas has since become an expert deep-sea diver, an archaeologist, a fisherman and much more—but he still remembers everything about that fateful day when he was attacked by Megs for the first time.
- The book is a thrilling read.
- It’s an action-packed thriller.
- It’s for an adult audience.
- The main character, Meg (a female), is strong and smart, but also vulnerable and flawed in some ways—and her conflicting emotions are recognizable to anyone who has ever been in love or had parents who were sometimes absent from their lives.*This novel has all the elements you would expect from a page-turner: suspenseful moments; exotic locations; lots of action sequences that move quickly through time; characters who don’t always do what they’re supposed to do…but sometimes they do!
Steve Alten is an American author. He was born in New York City and grew up on Long Island, where he attended Stony Brook University. After serving as a Navy officer for eleven years, he moved to California and began working as a writer of novels and non-fiction books about the ocean environment. His first novel, The Shell Game (1995), was based on his experiences as a young diver with the US Navy SEALs who took part in Operation Eagle Claw during the Iran hostage crisis in 1980. In addition to writing Meg: A Novel (2010), Alten also co-authored Jurassic Park: Showdown at Cretaceous Park with Michael Crichton (1997).
Meg: A Novel is an action-packed thriller for an adult audience.
Meg: A Novel is an action-packed thriller for an adult audience. It’s about a marine biologist who is trying to stop the Megalodon from attacking people, so she can be with her son and family. The book also features a journalist who has been hired by someone else to cover this story, but it turns out that he has ulterior motives as well!
Meg: A Novel by Steve Alten is an exciting, action-packed thriller for an adult audience. It will keep you on the edge of your seat as you follow the journey of a young boy trying to survive in the aftermath of an attack by Megalodon sharks. The book is full of suspense and excitement which makes it hard for readers not to finish reading this book fast!