Book: Shark & The Wolf - Predators and Prey by Daniel D. Shields
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Daniel D. Shieldsabout this book: Did you ever wonder what animals would say to humans if they could speak? Would they question how we treat them? Would they debate our ethics and morals? What would they say about how we treat the planet we all share?
Shark & The Wolf: Predators and Prey is an allegorical novel about the exploitation of animals for the mere purpose of human sustenance and entertainment; an alternate reality where sentient creatures evolved intellectually and physically side by side with humans.
Shark, the world's only Great White pool-playing shark, sets off on a mission to rescue his girlfriend, a hot fox named Vixen, from the nasty animal slave trading hyena, Old Jack. He soon learns that Vixen was just a pawn to lure him into the open; he was the main target all along. Faced with overwhelming firepower, Shark proves heroic by surrendering his freedom in exchange for the safety of the woman he loves.
Shark is sold to Shaw, a ruthless Las Vegas casino magnate who plans to use him as the star and main attraction in the world's most brutal show; a horror that will pit animal against animal in the bloodiest gladiatorial spectacle ever created for human entertainment.
"Come One - Come All To See - The Only Great White Shark In Captivity."
Shark, armed with his apex predator instincts, battles animals and his human captives in a bid to survive. Will he succeed?
Shark & The Wolf: Predators and Prey is an escape into an exotic world unlike any other in the current marketplace; an original plot that delivers a few key messages inside an entertaining adventure. Shark also happens to have one hell of a killer smile!
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