Maneater

Maneater

Jack Warner / Nov 20, 2019

Maneater Maneater marks the spectacular debut of Jack Warner Totally absorbing it is a thriller of verve accomplishment tension and imaginative power Grady Brickhouse sheriff of Harte County Georgia is

  • Title: Maneater
  • Author: Jack Warner
  • ISBN: 9781596871663
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • Maneater marks the spectacular debut of Jack Warner Totally absorbing, it is a thriller of verve, accomplishment, tension, and imaginative power Grady Brickhouse, sheriff of Harte County, Georgia, is good at his job keeping the peace in a sleepy corner of the huge forested wilderness at the southern tip of the Appalachian Trail Soon he is pitted against an unlikely butManeater marks the spectacular debut of Jack Warner Totally absorbing, it is a thriller of verve, accomplishment, tension, and imaginative power Grady Brickhouse, sheriff of Harte County, Georgia, is good at his job keeping the peace in a sleepy corner of the huge forested wilderness at the southern tip of the Appalachian Trail Soon he is pitted against an unlikely but fearsome opponent a full grown Bengal tiger that has somehow found its way into his jurisdiction As the death toll rises every day and the media and the politicians are clamoring for something to be done Brickhouse needs to find answers, and soon.

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    536 Comments

    1. So. Ich habe im Urlaub mal wieder ein dickes Buch gelesen. Diesmal über ein Thema, das mir sehr am Herzen liegt, nämlich menschenfressende Tiger!Vor gar nicht langer Zeit waren Killerraubtiere noch eine größere Gefahr für uns Zweibeiner.Legendäre Bestien wie der Leopard von Rudraprayag, die Tigerin von Champawat, die Löwen von Njombo oder das Nilkrokodil Gustave entwickelten einen gefährlichen Appetit und verspeisten jeweils zwischen 100 und 1500 Menschen.Doch das gefährlichste Raubtier [...]


    2. It's a shame this book has such a cheesy cover and large print - it is truly excellent! Warner offers up a sort of Jaws on the land - substituting the tiger for the great white shark. What really sets the book apart is the strange relationship with Roy and the tiger - it is absolutely fascinating! It reads like a movie, with a lot of clear visual imagery and a fair amount of dialogue. Unfortunately, I suppose it would be too difficult to actually translate this onto the silver screen without rui [...]


    3. Great Book!!Very well written, with a good pace. The Colonel was a great character as was the brave young boy . I would recommend this book, very entertaining.


    4. It had been a long time since I read Jim Corbett and Kenneth Anderson going in the jungles of India and shooting rogue animals. Of special interest were their encounters with leopards and tigers, dreaded man-eaters who craved human blood in the dead of the night or stark daylight.'Maneater' (also published as 'Shikar' in another edition) was lying on my shelves since a wrong time in the pile of books that I will perhaps never willingly read and the inspiration to read this came from an amazing d [...]


    5. I read this extraordinary book once beforeI enjoyed it just as much this time. It makes me look over my shoulder and think what if a tiger was loose in the woods near my home? How would it be dealt with? Mr Warner showed us what it would be like to be the hunter and the prey, both human and animal.



    6. Great suspense, Great adventure A very well written book. It keeps you in suspense, and is extremely entertaining. So, what happens when a Bengal Tiger is loose in South eastern mountains of the UNITED STATES? You need to read the book and see. I highly recommend this book.


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