Fury of the Orcas by Hunter Shea is a fast paced and brutal tale. From the first drop of blood that hits the water, to the very last sentence, this story is sure to leave readers reeling!
Let’s dive in!
My Thoughts on Fury of the Orcas by Hunter Shea
When orcas start to get violent, a man named Chet Clarke is called in. Chet has built his career around taking care of orcas in captivity, even though he doesn’t agree with it. Partnered with his assistant and new girlfriend, orca trainer, Rosario Benitez, the two are shocked at the sudden change in the behavior of the whales. But it’s not only trainers that are getting ripped apart, the whales are going after the people in the viewing sections as well.
Things seem pretty dire, and a team of people band together to run tests to see if it’s an infection or something biological that is affecting them. But they’re about to find out that it’s much worse than they thought.
This story starts with an orca hitting its head against the wall if its tank. When the first drop of blood hits the water, it’s an all out frenzy!
There are many scenes with gore that are so intense. Other scenes are incredibly tense. There are a few scattered scenes that allow readers to catch their breath, but not many!
This is a book you should definitely pick up when you can read straight through!
My Favorite Passages from Fury of the Orcas
To do so would be an admission that man had been wrong, and as a species, accountability was a dirty word.
She’d often said the line between genius and madness was thinner than a mouse’s ass crack.
My Final Thoughts on Fury of the Orcas
Let met just say… this tale did not help with my irrational fear of orcas! I highly recommend this one!
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