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  1. says:

    This is my 9 year old son's book I picked it up to see what it was and suddenly it was two hours later and I was finished with the book I hadn't really planned on reading it It just happened and it completely sucked me in Each chapter ends with a cliff hanger that immediately makes the reader want to turn the page and keep going My son is a reluctant reader so I'm hoping this one will keep him entertained and turning the page


  2. says:

    I would have to say Shark Bait by Justin D'ath Sam Fox is an average boy in so many ways except one way adventure Sam is always getting into strife throughout the whole Extreme Adventure series and this book Shark Bait it is nothing short of his biggest adventure yet He is having a wonderful day at the beach when a freak tsunami occurs sending him kilometres out to sea After being in shock he comes back to his senses and strategizes on how he plans to get back Enduring many harsh obstacles such as a giant great white shark and and sea snakes he finally makes it back to the shore with a little helping hand This thriller is guarenteed to have you on the edge of your seat


  3. says:

    Sometimes far fetched is just too far fetched; even if the writing is fluid and keeps the storyline from growing stagnateMy kids 12 11 almost 9 and 75 years old respectively would rate this book a 5; however as the mom I can only manage a 3 star rating with this particular Extreme Adventure offering in mind Each book in this series has elements of good versus evil coupled with natural elements andor disasters It's one bad turn after another How much can one person face and withstand and still survive?From sharks to dolphins to reefs oh my From island to island to a pit bull and a cassowary survival instincts remain on full throttle throughout this readDefinitely for the adrenaline junkie you'll find martial arts and a boat that gets cut in two The only downside is you may need a translator for this one Keep your phone or computer handy to look up Japanese to English translation; unless you want to go with the flow and try to understand what's going on without fully being able to communicate with one of the main protagonists clearly When cultures and languages collide it's best done and most effective when face to face When we can communicate with our hands faces and body language Much harder to grasp within fictionalized character format and reading aloneFor all of the aforementioned downsides this book most definitely still earns every one of its three stars from me It's one amazing death defying adventure that won't be soon forgotten A good middle grade read


  4. says:

    When i saw this book i though of it as another one in the series that didn't draw much attention to me I figured why not as i read deeper and deeper it drew me in I couldn't stop reading as the images of the boys floating in the ocean with what menace is below them Each page was a adventure with twists and turns It was a great book if you are into the suspense of what happens next books


  5. says:

    One of my favourites in the very enjoyable 'Extreme Adventures' series Crisp writing constant cliffhangers funny moments and satisfying endings What could you ask for in a kid's book?


  6. says:

    it was a good book no it was not a good book it was a awesome book I love the story


  7. says:

    A page turner but not much else


  8. says:

    This was a lot of fun uick read and the kids loved it They want to read from the series


  9. says:

    Shark Bait is another very exciting book in the Extreme Adventures series starring Sam Fox an Austrian boy Sam never looks for trouble trouble just seems to find him This time Sam must survive the night floating in the warm ocean waters with a young Japanese boy that doesn't speak or understand English They survive sharks sea snakes nearly drowning and then end up battling animal poachers There is no way that I would want to spend the night suspended in the water with predators swimming all around me That would scare the bejeezus out of me Both of these boys are brave very brave indeedOnce again Justin D'Ath has put pen to paper and created another fun filled action packed wet adventure for us to read As with all the books in the series the uick paced of the story keeps the reader highly involved biting their nails and they witness Sam escape from each harrowing situation This is the kind of books that boys absolutely love and possibly girls too This is action to the maximumI realize that these books are meant for Young Readers ages 9 and older but I really love reading them also They are a very uick read for me but I find that the books always satisfy my need for action and suspense just like the series Conspiracy 365 I have become an action junkie because of these two wonderful series and I find myself wanting and All I can say is Bring it on Kane Miller I'll be ready for of these types of books anytimeOverall Shark Bait is a great story that will keep Young Readers glued to the pages The action is plenty and I found myself floating in the open water with the boys sharing the danger with them I look forward to seeing what kind of sticky situations Sam Fox finds himself in during his next adventure in Scorpion Sting That sure sounds dangerousI rated this book an 8½ out of 10


  10. says:

    This book is about a boy named sam fox he is about 12 years old and he has a broken leg with plaster wrapped tightly around his legHe is at the great barrier reef for a holiday He is on a reef with another kid named michi they are wading out in the shallows looking at sea life and creaturs When a freak wave comes and washes them both out off the reef sam fox is a good swimmmer but with his cast on he can barly swim michi can't swim but luckily she has floaties to keep him afloat Before they new it they were already a few hundred meters off shore sam linked up with michi and together they were staying afloat soon after they were swept off they were attacked by sharks sam fended them off with his plaster cast Eventually there swept up onto an island they both were exhausted from about 24 hours out at sea they find a boat on this island but it's not good guys it's some ilegal smugglers They were smuggling ostriches and animals out of Australia They captured sam but he escaped because Michi is actually a karate master and she is very famous television star They escape by boat and there reunited with their parentsSam Fox Is an average boy who is on a holiday at the great barrier reef He has an older brother who loves animals and his also very smartMichi Michi is a 10 year old girl who has japanese backrounds she is an only child shes a karate master and is famous on tvI would rate this book for 10 13 year olds


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summary ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Justin D'Ath

Shark Bait

F and his new friend from drowning Then as night falls over the inky black ocean the underwater predators start moving Shark Bait is another very exciting book in the Extreme Adventures series starring Sam Fox an Austrian boy Sam never looks for trouble trouble just seems to find him This time Sam must survive the night floating in the warm ocean waters with a young Japanese boy that doesn't speak or understand English They survive sharks sea snakes nearly drowning and then end up battling animal poachers There is no way that I would want to spend the night suspended in the water with predators swimming all around me That would scare the bejeezus out of me Both of these boys are brave very brave indeedOnce again Justin D'Ath has put pen to paper and created another fun filled action packed wet adventure for us to read As with all the books in the series the uick paced of the story keeps the reader highly involved biting their nails and they witness Sam escape from each harrowing situation This is the kind of books that boys absolutely love and possibly girls too This is action to the maximumI realize that these books are meant for Young Readers ages 9 and older but I really love reading them also They are a very uick read for me but I find that the books always satisfy my need for action and suspense just like the series Conspiracy 365 I have become an action junkie because of these two wonderful series and I find myself wanting and All I can say is Bring it on Kane Miller I'll be ready for of these types of books anytimeOverall Shark Bait is a great story that will keep Young Readers glued to the pages The action is plenty and I found myself floating in the open water with the boys sharing the danger with them I look forward to seeing what kind of sticky situations Sam Fox finds himself in during his next adventure in Scorpion Sting That sure sounds dangerousI rated this book an 8½ out of 10

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Sam Fox is on vacation at the Great Barrier Reef when he and a young Japanese tourist are swept off a coral shelf by a Sometimes far fetched is just too far fetched; even if the writing is fluid and keeps the storyline from growing stagnateMy kids 12 11 almost 9 and 75 years old respectively would rate this book a 5; however as the mom I can only manage a 3 star rating with this particular Extreme Adventure offering in mind Each book in this series has elements of good versus evil coupled with natural elements andor disasters It's one bad turn after another How much can one person face and withstand and still survive?From sharks to dolphins to reefs oh my From island to island to a pit bull and a cassowary survival instincts remain on full throttle throughout this readDefinitely for the adrenaline junkie you'll find martial arts and a boat that gets cut in two The only downside is you may need a translator for this one Keep your phone or computer handy to look up Japanese to English translation; unless you want to go with the flow and try to understand what's going on without fully being able to communicate with one of the main protagonists clearly When cultures and languages collide it's best done and most effective when face to face When we can communicate with our hands faces and body language Much harder to grasp within fictionalized character format and reading aloneFor all of the aforementioned downsides this book most definitely still earns every one of its three stars from me It's one amazing death defying adventure that won't be soon forgotten A good middle grade read

summary ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Justin D'Ath

Freak wave Before they know it a strong current has pushed them out into open water First Sam must fight to keep himsel One of my favourites in the very enjoyable 'Extreme Adventures' series Crisp writing constant cliffhangers funny moments and satisfying endings What could you ask for in a kid's book?

  • Paperback
  • 144
  • Shark Bait
  • Justin D'Ath
  • English
  • 14 January 2019
  • 9780143302216

About the Author: Justin D'Ath

One of twelve children Justin grew up on a farm in Otaki New Zealand He wrote his first book a ten page cartoon about his pet turtle Bubble when he was nine years old His next cartoon was about Moriarty his guinea pig and filled a complete exercise book When he was eleven Justin began writing his first novel but conked out after pagesJustin D’Ath is the author of over books for.