Natural Selection

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Hyperion Books, Jun 28, 2006 - Fiction - 432 pages
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A team of marine scientists is on the verge of making the most stunning discovery in the history of man: a previously unknown predatory species, alive now, evolving just like the dinosaurs-and being forced out of its world and into man's for a violent first encounter.

In their quest for answers, they engage a host of fascinating characters-experts in neurology and deep sea geology, flight-simulation wizards, and evolution historians-and set off together to exotic locales, experiencing love, friendship, loyalty, and betrayal along the way. When people start dying, the real hunt begins.

Weaving science and thriller in a way not seen since Jurassic Park, Natural Selection is that rare blend of intricately layered research, rich characters, and tornado pacing.

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From the dark depths of the ocean floor come flying sea monsters who eat sharks for breakfast.In this debut thriller, Freedman suggests that while evolution may have halted in humans, it continues ... Read full review

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Dave Freedman was born and raised in New Jersey and currently lives in Southern California with his wife. He earned a Bachelor of Science from Princeton and his Masters from Harvard University. Natural Selection is his first novel.

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