One night, a massive great white shark kills a young tourist named Chrissie Watkins while she skinny dips in the open waters. After finding what remains of her body washed up on the beach, investigators realize she was attacked by a shark. Police chief Martin Brody orders Amity's beaches closed, but mayor Larry Vaughan and the town's selectmen overrule him out of fear for damage to summer tourism, the town's main industry.
The island is filled with small town people and a mayor who wants to keep a lid on things to keep the tourists coming. Brody, the chief of police, is doing his best to get to the bottom of the shark attacks, warn people in town, and stop the shark from killing.
Click here to see the rest of this review Along the way Brody teams up with Hooper, a handsome and smug Marine Biologist, whose trying to understand the shark's pattern. He's also having an affair with Brody's wife. Brody's wife loves Brody very much and the affair is brief, sexual, and more curious than anything else.
Brody has to endure the pressures of small town politics and deal with the real threat of the deadly shark. He also has a fear of the ocean. Brody later joins Hooper and Captain Quint, an experienced and obsessed shark hunter, on a deadly journey to try to track and kill the Great White shark.
The review of this Book prepared by Darren DeBari When a great white shark moves close to the shores of a close-knit tourist island, the local Sheriff must stand alone against the monster to save the lives of swimmers and loved ones.
The local council refuses to acknowledge the existence of any kind of threat in worry that the town with suffer a decline in its tourist industry on which it depends to survive. Sheriff Brody must form an unlikely partnership with Hooper, a rich-kid marine biologist, and Quint, a battered and insane fisherman to fight the monster which continues to feed.
Meanwhile, Hooper and Brody's wife, Ellen, are growing a little too close.
All this fuels the fire of the central character's mutual loathing which they must try to ignore to try andwork together. The review of this Book prepared by Oliver Bayley You've seen the film, you've experienced the gut-wrenching bass line and tasted the suspense. The film is way better than the book, which is really rather predictable and pedestrian.
However, it gets some things right, and the idea of a 5,lb eating machine cruising the beaches of Amity smallsville is a good one. Amity must have the three month summer vacation trade to exist on, to take them through the rest of the year, but the shark is killing the trade, not just the swimmers.
They need a hero - but is the police chief up to it? The book does not end like the film, so you might read it for that. But this time it is 'Art of Film 1, Literature 0'.
This is one of the best books ever written. One that every reader ought to put their hands on.In , Peter Benchley published Jaws, a novel about a shark that terrorizes a seaside town. It was released to mixed reviews, with some panning the characterization, though everyone noted Benchley’s effective use of suspense to tell the story.
May 06, · Jaws is a novel by American writer Peter Benchley. It tells the story of a great white shark that preys upon a small resort town and the voyage of three men trying to kill it.
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