Progeny Book reviews


Author(s): Patrick C. GreeneDownload  


Owen Sterling is a reclusive author living in a secluded house deep in the woods. When he welcomes his son Chuck for a summer visit, the eleven-year-old suspects something is not right at his father’s home. His worries mount when he witnesses a confrontation between his father and some local hunters. Zane Carver is the local gun-shop owner who confronts the author over Owen’s refusal to let anyone on his land for hunting or camping. He defies the recluse, taking a hunting party onto Owen’s property. Soon, Zane and his buddies discover the writer’s secret . . . a deadly secret; a creature whose infinite rage they have unwittingly ignited . . . that is now hunting them.

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Barb McKinley

Barb McKinley rated it     

Not really horror….

This book was well written. This seems to me to be more of a drama with a moral to the story. It shows the ranges of the human condition: hate, greed, dysfunction, love, compassion and a little bit of romance. I think I would have liked to see more character development of the sasquatch family as the human characters were easy to relate to and inspired the love for the good guys and disdain and anger at the bad. Everyone knows someone like the antagonist in the story. All in all, good book for a short read and I would recommend it to young and old alike. Thanks Mr. Greene for a nice read.


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