How it Feels to Be Attcked by a Shark

How it Feels to Be Attcked by a Shark What does it feel like to find yourself in the grip of a foot Great White shark To be struck not once but twice by lightning Here are incredible true life stories of people who lived through the

  • Title: How it Feels to Be Attcked by a Shark
  • Author: Michelle Hamer
  • ISBN: 9781602391918
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Paperback
  • How it Feels to Be Attcked by a Shark

    What does it feel like to find yourself in the grip of a 15 foot Great White shark To be struck not once but twice by lightning Here are 40 incredible true life stories of people who lived through the most harrowing experiences you could imagine In some cases, they stared death right in the face in others, they wished they could die but somehow found the strength to goWhat does it feel like to find yourself in the grip of a 15 foot Great White shark To be struck not once but twice by lightning Here are 40 incredible true life stories of people who lived through the most harrowing experiences you could imagine In some cases, they stared death right in the face in others, they wished they could die but somehow found the strength to go on A remarkable group of survivors explain, in their own words, what it s like to get shot in the head, brainwashed by a cult, buried by an avalanche, attacked by a crocodile, and much What they have to say will surprise and enlighten, and certainly satisfy our curiosity about what it means to go to the very edged come back.

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    One thought on “How it Feels to Be Attcked by a Shark

    1. Nikki

      Despite the dramatic cover, the stories in this really fall flat. They all have exactly the same tone, and a lot of them make me very, very sceptical. There's just something totally unreal about them.Plus, the choice of some of these seemed very out of place. "How it feels to be a transgendered person" alongside "how it feels to be struck by lightning/in a cyclone/in a bush fire".

    2. Jason A

      This piece of nonfiction was filled with action and included completely true stories. They all give you a new respect for mother nature and the force of fate. Not to mention that all of the true stories in this book were near death experiences. This work of literature by Michelle Hamer gives a new perspective on life and to appreciate what we have while it's there. Five stars.

    3. Matt Franks

      I thought this book was a change from most story based books. This book got my attention with its very descriptive short stories of people's shark attacks. This book would be a good read to anyone who is interested in sharks and peoples stories and encounters with them.

    4. Nick Briggs

      The book contained many adrenaline rushing experiences for the reader and from the victim of the accident they had. I enjoyed the book and gave it 4 stars becuase the stories really pulled me in as a reader. Instead by the end I was starting to loose interest in but it was very good.

    5. Gabe Prepetit

      This book was very interesting to read. It was just like what the cover described it as, it was a collection of stories from survivors of weird/ life threatening situations. The stories all had the same tone, but they were very different in what had happened in each of them. For example there was a story about a family that was "brainwashed" into living in a different society to a man that almost died in an avalanche. I enjoyed reading through most of the stories, but at times it can be redundan [...]

    6. Ashley

      Sometimes the craziest life or death situations happen to normal every day people. From being abducted by aliens to being attacked by a shark this book is full of crazy events. The book includes crazy things like stories if being run over by a tractor to being attacked by a dog. You also experience some of the emotional sorties battling cancer and the happiness of having quintuplets. This book is full of crazy and amazing stories and I definetly recommend reading it!

    7. Dione Sage

      How It Feels to Be Attacked by a Shark: And Other Amazing Life-Or-Death Situations by Michelle Hamer is not a book that is supposed to be awe inspiring to the readers, which is of course my personal opinion. I think this book is just a book with many different but basic stories of other people’s encounters in life and death situations. It is as if you are basically sitting in a room hearing a story about a shark attack from someone who knows the cousin of the guy that got attacked. I say that [...]

    8. Markii

      So far the other reviewers are right- the stories sound similarly dull but I find them sounding authentic. The diverse stories have inspired me to write my own "how it feels to" stories of a couple of my own life-changing events- and what I've always noticed when i remember these events is that my retelling of the experiences could also be perceived as dull, matter-of-fact thoughts throughout the progress of the situations (off the top of my head I'd like to write about : surviving a 95 mph roll [...]

    9. Laura Baugh

      As others have commented, the editor's hand was a bit heavy in this collection, so that most of the stories have the same tone and voice. I didn't find the writing as flat as others, but I wasn't drawn in as I should have been by such dramatic stories.Most frustratingly, many of the stories did not focus at all on how it felt to be in that situation, but simply narrated events, leaving the human reactions to the supposition of the reader. As the title promises us insight into emotions and feelin [...]

    10. Judith

      This is a weird book and you'd expect it to be very entertaining and informative. The problem is that there are about 40 different short chapters on how it feels to be. . . ." shot in the head" "mauled by a rottweiler" "500 pounds", but they all sound like they were written by the same person. They all take place in Australia and the voice is the same flat affect in each story, and none of the speakers is identified by name, so the reader starts to wonder if it was all made up. And if they were [...]

    11. Fickle Ghost

      This book had a lot of potential, but unfortunately, it fell flat. There were a few stories that kept me on edge, but for the most part, the tales were all written in a very dull, mono-toned, and repetitive manner. The stories felt rushed, and they all seemed to be written by the same person. Though I can't put my finger on it, something was missing from almost every single story (now that I think about it, it was probably passion).It's a shame, because this book could have been really wonderful [...]

    12. Lindsay

      Wow. This author managed to take a handful of interesting and intriguing stories, and make them sound dull and monotone. Each story was supposedly written by the actual victim, but they all sounded exactly the same and were equally flat. The events were rushed through in a sentence or two, with most of the stories relating to how lucky or blessed they were. I think this book would totally appeal to an elementary student, and that's about it.

    13. Tree

      Maybe it is just me, but despite what could have been a gripping (no pun intended) insight into various near death experiences, it was actually a little banal and tedious. The writing style seemed to knock any drama out of the life-changing experiences which is quite a feat really. I'd consider this to be stocking-filler-popcorn-reading rather than anything more.

    14. Luke Aspero

      My review of the book was amazing this book really told the read the intensity of survival of each persons dramatic situation. I still wonder how these people made it out alive. this book will keep the reader on the edge of their seats. I recommend this book to anyone that likes survival stories because this book has alot

    15. Xanthi

      Some of these chapters were more interesting than others and some were better written than others. I guess that is to be expected when you put together a book that is told verbatim by people from various walks of life. I did like the strong Australian content.

    16. Christian Fonceca

      Wow really interesting story about people facing death face to face and surviving. Be fore I read this book I thought that the human body is week, but now I realize that the body can survive more then I realized.

    17. Christi

      I love this kind of stuff. It was interesting to read about other people's perceptions of different life or death situations.

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