Shark Bay 4 A novel

When another Great White Shark terrorizes the town of Shark Bay, near New York, fisherman Ellison Grange, decides to prevent more attacks before it's too late.


11. Shark Bay-Part Ten


By 8:00 PM, the ferry arrived at the busy dock. 

Elizabeth, Zara, Race, and Chase were hungry.

"Schließlich sind wir hier​", Elizabeth said.

"Die Schuld auf die schlechten Wetter​", Zara said.

"Jetzt hat der Regen weg gegangen", Race stated.

"Der röster Taverne geöffnet ist. Wir können es Essen und Übernachten", Elizabeth suggested. And they smiled, and headed towards their destination.


The Great White Shark was hungry. Its black eyes was blind. It couldn't sense any human's splashing underwater; it couldn't feel the tug of feet, as it headed near the Lighthouse. It was as old as time; it was five hundred years' old. And it was something of a mystery to the scientific community. The other sharks were dead. Or, more to the point, were dead through Mankind's interference. It sensed through the feel of the water. Death wasn't foreign to it. It had to feed for survival; it had to live for the fact that the nightmares of the hunters was something it had to deal with over the last month or two. And, as it glided to the shore, it would stay calm despite the turmoil of the last couple of years. The birth of the female sharks hadn't bothered it; the births was part of the natural evolution of the species. And, lastly, its eyes focused on the ringing bells. It ignored the buoys that were in the water. And it knew its own fate, while darkness surrounded it.

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