Sometimes it feels really, really good to get it off your chest, to have a good rant at all the things that are wrong in the world.
Now imagine you're a shark. This work gets into the head of one angry shark, and lets you listen in to what a grumpy shark might have to say on a really bad day. As an example of monologue, this is a good - albeit rather potty-mouthed - one, a stream of consciousness rant that touches on many of the things that might bother a shark, were he able to express himself in words. And boy, is he given the words!
Fortunately last time I swam with a shark, he was a tiger shark in the Red Sea and quite friendly. Don't think I'd fancy meeting this Great White, certainly not when he's in a bad mood.
But it's fascinating to evesdrop on what he's thinking as he cruises along. Pity about the bad language or I'd recommend this to youngsters as a fine anthropomorphical monoglogue.
[4 of 5 Stars!]