Thursday, July 19, 2018

Bookcover Spotlight #163

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Um... I'm heading for shore?    

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  1. And since there were a couple shark attacks at NY beaches this week, makes me even less likely to get in the water!

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    1. Yikes- I think I'd stay away too!!

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  2. Um, yes. As fast as I can paddle!

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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  3. Crazy scary actually. I've never seen a large shark IRL in the wild, only at aquariums. Strange because we used to go deep sea fishing quite a bit in the 80s, but that was East Coast. I think now that the water is warming up because of climate change they might be coming in closer to shore. 😱

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  4. I'm so fascinated with sharks! I've been watching a great series called When Sharks Attack on Nat Geo Wild this week and it reminds me why I only ever swim in swimming pools!

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    1. That sounds awesome. and of course Shark Week- and MEG is coming!!!

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  5. The title alone is off-putting. Sharks & People... two things that should not mix. Ha.

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    1. How would you like to turn around and see THAT behind you???

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  7. Oh my! I can’t wait to see The Meg...

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    1. Right? If I turned around and saw that I'd probably fall out...

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  9. Were you hearing in your head the Jaw's theme when you posted this - I couldn't help myself!
    Lynn :D

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  10. DO NOT WANT! (But it's pretty cool, actually.)

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    1. It is cool, as long as I'm not there and he got away... :)

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  11. That is a pretty freaky picture. I would be paddling faster.

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    1. I would be in the next county...

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  12. Holy hell, this is terrifying. In 2010 I took my grandma to Hawaii and we went swimming with sharks. And by 'we' I mean me, and by 'swimming with sharks' I mean I was in a cage attached to the boat. It was mainly Galapagos and Sandbar sharks, but we were still told to not put our hands or feet on/outside the cage. But, being the rebel that I am, I could not resist reaching out and touching one as it swam by. Such an amazing experience, and I still have ten toes, eight fingers, and two thumbs!

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  13. Is it awful that I am morbidly curious about this? Though it IS nonfiction (I googled, of course), it also includes many pictures of... well Idk if it is violent shark attacks but I feel like it should be. And then some person petting a shark or something insane. It also makes you think... who the hell takes enough pictures of sharks to make a whole book!?!?

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  14. Speaking of... I'm kinda interested in watching the shark film coming out next month, The Meg

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  15. That looks absolutely terrifying, especially land is just out of reach! I'd be paddling for my life!

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  16. This is why I don't go in the ocean! When I was a kid I was scared of going into the "dark parts" aka shadows in the pool because I thought sharks could get me there. 😂

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