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laurenslibrary
Jaws | Peter Benchley
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1. Lately, ebooks. But I miss physical books sometimes, so I still pick one up occasionally.
2. Amazon. Sometimes Half Price Books or the library.
3. Yes, but not as much as I used to.
4. Audible
5. Jaws was a Kindle deal yesterday, so I snagged it! 🦈🦈🦈

#thursdaysurvey

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Catgirl1224
MEG: Primal Waters | Steve Alten
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So i‘m new to posting books and making reviews, but it‘s 2020 so I figured i‘d give it a try! So the book i‘m most excited for is, Red Dragon. I‘ve always saved myself from watching Hannibal movies until I was able to read the books in order. I‘m sorry if the books are cut off please do forgive me for the noob start. But yeah this is my first January haul. I should add that i‘m big into horror, so that‘s what most of my picks are. Meow~

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PoisonStar23
Meg: Hell's Aquarium | Steve Alten
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Reading this. 4th book in The Meg series. I honestly didn't think I would get as hooked. But now almost at the finish I don't want it to end

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PoisonStar23
MEG: The Trench | Steve Alten
Pickpick

Just finished this today. Loved every page.

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PoisonStar23
The Meg | Steve Alten
Pickpick

Loved this book. Such a thrill

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Bookish_Gal

Darwin said; “the love for all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man.” Humankind needs to widen its circle of love to encompass sharks now more then ever. [...] As Darwin also observed; “great is the power of misrepresentation.”

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Bookish_Gal
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I did not realize that there was such a market (worth 30$ million in the US) for the sharks cartilage. To prevent cancer. Which leads to the myth that sharks don‘t get cancer. I remember when I was younger being so surprised and happy that sharks didn‘t get cancer. Which sharks do get cancer btw. I‘m horrified of this new information. Both harm sharks and people; with no science to back up either claim.🦈💕 one of the few things that makes me sick

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Dmajeske

Just started!

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Reee
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The “I survived series“ is books based on true stories around the world mostly containing children who has experienced many disaster. From Sharks to tornadoes, to fire, and all of these other natural disaster.
Genre: Fiction
Date started: 9/25/18 re-read: 10/1/19
Date finished: 10/13/18 finished: 10/21/19
Why I chose this book: I already read some of the books of “I survived“ series, the first time I saw this book it looked scary but interesting.

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Bookish_Gal
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Sharks have been my favorite animal for as long as I can remember! Though this is the first time I‘ve seen them called a guardian of the ocean. All books show is their ruthless predatory attacks as gory and nothing less then fear. For me I see a beautiful creature doing what nature intended in unparalleled grace. Also, who doesn‘t know Mary Lee at this point? She has become the most famous shark after Jaws herself!