The Brothers Jetstream: Leviathan

The Brothers Jetstream: Leviathan

19.95

...Singers and poets had written reams of fiction on things that swim the deeps of the planet three hops from the sun. Oceans, in the real world, were primarily created because that’s all Leviathan would fit into.
The layers of sediment, barnacles, fossils and sludge made it difficult to tell what the beast actually looked like. Three flukes, no dorsal, and huge ventral jets that kept it righted. A leagues long, alien-artifact shark-looking whale with Great White protruding teeth to hunt with, rubbed over with black pepper, paprika and black caviar, left in the broiler too long.
Big enough to kill anything anywhere and very cognizant of that fact.
Lore had it that people were afraid to dip their toes in unknown waters because God did so after creation, forgetting what was down there...

"This is one of the funniest and most unpredictable books I've ever read." ~ Kelly Robson, Nebula Award-winning author of Gods, Monsters, and the Lucky Peach

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