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Phobos: Mayan Fear, Steve Alten's third book in the Mayan Prophecy series, is a doomsday rollercoaster ride of adventure that follows Immanuel Gabriel to the end of the world and back again for one last shot at salvation. During Immanuel's journey with his deceased grandfather, archaeologist Julius Gabriel, Julius reveals everything the Mayans knew and feared - from the secrets of creation that predate the Big Bang to the existence of extraterrestrials that have come to Earth to save our species.

Steve Alten New Meg Book -

Best known for his MEG series, Steven Alten is famous for his character development and amazing story-telling abilities. Some of the critics praised his books as the book of the period that you are going to read. The science fiction author is popular for making a perfect blend of fact and fiction. The best thriller writer of the world provides entertainment through his pen like many other renowned authors in the world. Many books of the author have been framed to transform in to movies and TV shows. But all the movies are in the development stage. Finance has been finalized. Very soon you will be seeing the books in the reel world.

Originally Steve Alten started his writing career to run his family expenses. Working day and night he completed his famous Meg novels. He had to sell his car for publishing a book named as Deep Terror. In 1996, his Meg series became famous in the Frankfurt book fair. He was able to sell books in more than twenty countries after that. He was a famous in Japan radio after that. He also grabbed a name in the list of the New York Times. His second sequel was released by Kingston publishers. This came out be a bestseller all over the world. He came with his third and fourth books of that series subsequently and those came out to be the bestsellers.

This is the second book of Meg series. After the end of prime waters in the series, the new series starts. Meg was believed to be the pet of Michael Maren. The author depicts about the last surviving animal named Scarface. Scarface falls in love with a metal named Leedsichthys. At the same time another giant monstrous character gets enticed by the metal. It kills the last surviving Meg. Its name was liopeurodon. Now Dani taylor works with his friends Jonas, Mac, and Terry. In this the author has described about the college research and studies regarding the species.

Hi , i just wanted to thank you for being such a great writer ! My son is serving some time in a Nevada prison and he ask me to send your meg books and now i cant send them fast enough so again thank you your books have helped keep him out of trouble and in a good place while hes taking care of his bad choice. Thank you Becky

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Next thing he knew, Disney suddenly snatched up the rights to the book. Weeks later, he was in the middle of a big-bucks bidding war between big publishers. And just four days after losing his job on Friday the 13th, he had signed a two-book, seven figure deal.

And Alten himself would again come to know the value of resilience and perseverance. After nailing his initial contract, the second novel in his two-book deal would be cancelled a week before he was scheduled to be paid. A few months later, a movie deal was scuttled after the head of the studio was fired.

Eventually, the movie version of his book would be embraced fully by Warner Brothers, which enlisted veteran director Jon Turteltaub (National Treasure series) and set a beefy budget of $150 million, sending the cast and crew to film on location in New Zealand and China.

There's always problems that arise when a movie is based off of a popular book. Readers often dismiss a movie when it can't cover everything that the book did in a few hours, and there are often pretty big changes that happen along the way for storytelling purposes or plain artistic license. This is definitely the case with the first trailer for The Meg, starring Jason Statham, which is based on the popular Steve Alten book, Meg: A Novel of Deep Terror.

Fans of Steve Alten's original book noticed some pretty big changes in the first trailer for The Meg, even in a few minutes. Angry readers took to social media to share their displeasure with The Meg trailer, some even going as far as to call Steve Alten a "sellout." Fans of the original book noticed that the coloring of the prehistoric shark were inaccurate from the source material as well as some differences in characters and locations. However, these fans of the book are basing their opinions off of a few short minutes of footage.

Steve Alten felt so disheartened by the negative feedback of The Meg trailer that he took to social media to pen a lengthy response, which has since been deleted. While he is flattered by the fans of his book, he feels that some of the criticism is going too far. The author feels that people have not given the credit that the trailer truly deserves. He explains.

"I know there are some of you who are disappointed that the movie varies from the book. I completely understand, and take it as a compliment. However, you are basing your opinion on a few minutes of trailers, and some seriously great footage. The Mariana Trench looks incredible in the International trailer. As far as the Meg being albino - they tried. Albinos in real life don't look natural, in CGI they look fake. I applaud their decision."

In the end, fans of Steve Alten's book are basing their opinions on a few short minutes of footage, and if they're that upset about it, maybe they shouldn't go see The Meg when it hits theaters later this summer. You can read the rest of Alten's now deleted response to the negativity surrounding The Meg trailer over at WeGotThisCovered.

From the best-selling author of the MEG series comes an action-packed trilogy that takes place during the four-year gap between Meg (book one) and The Trench (book two). While the stories focus on Angel, the Megalodon pup that was captured at the end of book one, in Survival, Steve Alten delves into the major characters and the challenges they faced in being caretakers of the apex predator of all time.

In honor of Madeleine L'Engle's 100th birthday, fans are invited to enjoy this archival audiobook, originally recorded in 1993 and newly restored! Listen to the voice of the author as Madeleine L'Engle reads her Newbery Medal-winning novel A Wrinkle in Time.

The best moments still come from the Megs, as David tries to recapture one and for the Tanaka Lagoon and eventually even train one like a dolphin at Seaworld. I really hope this goes full in this direction in the next book, which I have no doubt Alten will release at some point. Essentially, David captured the shark as a pup and then wears a device which emits a huge electric signal when the giant shark comes near and drives it off. He keeps swimming in the tank with the shark as it grows bigger. Give me more of the this! The book ends with a showdown between the captured Meg and the Liopleurodon that was also pretty fantastic.


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