Download Epub Format ½ Jaws PDF by ½ Peter Benchley

Download Epub Format ½ Jaws PDF by ½ Peter Benchley Relentless Terror The Philadelphia InquirerThe Classic, Blockbuster Thriller Of Man Eating Terror That Inspired The Steven Spielberg Movie And Made Millions Of Beachgoers Afraid To Go Into The Water Experience The Thrill Of Helpless Horror Again Or For The First Time Find all of my reviews at StarsThat fish is a beauty It s the kind of thing that makes you believe in a god It shows you what nature can do when she sets her mind to itI m getting ready to write a sharky review Alright Now that THAT is done, let s get to the sad state of affairs which is my reaction to the novel Jaws I m not going to spend a lot of time on this review mainly because I m bummed out I was sure I would love this book and held out until the most magical of all weeks in order to read it and give it the praise I m sure it would deserve Ummmm, yeah Well, that didn t work out, but after finding some inspiration from my buddies Hooper and Quint I did manage to finish this one and only cried for a little while.
At the end of the day Jaws is a fish story Plain and simple That s all anyone really cares about and, really, that s all it should have been about Things Duuun dun duuun dun dun dun dun dun dun dun BOM BOM dun dun dun dun dun dun doo dedoo doo dedoo dede doo dede doo dededoo Has there ever been theme music used in a film effectively than for the 1975 blockbuster movie Jaws A movie so powerful that there are legions of people that have refused to go into the water EVER AGAIN after seeing that movie I m not a water person Growing up in the landlocked Midwest I prefer to be able to see the bottom of whatever body of water I happen to be in whether it be the lakebed, seabed, ocean floor, or bathtub floor Let s just say the chances of me ever being eaten by a shark is almost statistically impossible I like it that way The town of Amity is a summer town, most of the residents have to make enough money off the tourist trade in those few short months of fun in the sun to su

Well, I finally decided to read the book after watching the movie a million times growing up And it s a summery read I quite enjoyed it I wasn t sure it was going to be good, but I was wrong and I just might read the other books Here s the thing, just don t go in the water when you know people have been killed by a shark What the hell is wrong with people I wish I could have watched the movie again so I could see how much was different in the book Some of it I don t think even happened in the movie but I m not sure as I have lumped all the movies together in my head Lol The corrupt people are in the book not wanting to shut down the beach The town would never survive the winter if they don t make lots of money in the summer Who cares if some people get eaten Lets just cover it up Isn t that the way Then we get the ole bo Excellent book.
First of all Peter Benchley s 1974 novel Jaws is darker and complicated than Spielberg s film And it was a magnificent motion picture, a work of art with few peers and a production that garnered Spielberg his first high accolades Benchley s novel, as are most books, almost by artistic default, is complex, with characterizations that are developed and interconnected, with a group dynamic that is as interesting as the surface story about a man eating shark that eats a town.
That was my first, pleasant surprise in reading the novel I don t know what exactly I expected, maybe a slightly expounded storyline, a novelization of the surface film What I found was a rich, layered, elaborately detailed modern morality play More than

Peter Benchley

Download Epub Format ½ Jaws PDF by ½ Peter Benchley Peter Bradford Benchley was an American author best known for writing the novel Jaws and co writing the screenplay for its highly successful film adaptation The success of the book led to many publishers commissioning books about mutant rats, rabid dogs and the like threatening communities The subsequent film directed by Steven Spielberg and co written by Benchley is generally acknowledged as th