There are some places man was never meant to go.
For the past seven years, John Avery has been combing the wilderness for any sign of his missing girlfriend, who set out upon the ski trip of a lifetime and was never seen again.
Regions utterly isolated by geography and time.
The discovery of a video camera prompts Sheriff Wayne Dayton to dispatch a search party into one of the most remote areas of the Rockies in hopes of learning her fate.
Where few species can survive.
When a freak blizzard strikes, they find themselves wandering blindly into the killing grounds of a predator they can't even see.
©2015 Michael McBride (P)2016 Michael McBride
I live to ride my bike.
Well animal loves beware.
This picks up seven years from Snow Blind. You should read it before you start this. This is an excellent follow up to the first book. McBride's builds up the tension and does not release you. There is the platable tension of being hunted by the unknown; the shock of the realization, that what you see is incomprehensible; the despair of your choices of the past 7 years; and the all to human need to give your life to save others.
McBride delivers all of that and ...
It is scare the bejesus out of you.
Awesome follow up book. Had same fast paced heart stopping pace. Highly recommend. My sole complaint is the length/cost ratio. Perhaps Mr. McBride could combine his roughly 3 hour + books into 6-7 hour book and raise price accordingly to where I feel like I'm getting full book for my credit. Wishful thinking. Enjoy!
good book, enjoyed the supernatural aspect. this is the second book in this story and it's worth reading both.
audio book gifted for a honest review
I really enjoyed the first story and liked this one too. They are both good entertainment. This book had some similar elements and I was a bit concerned that the author would spend a lot of time rehashing some of the drama; but this has its own story. The two stories should be combined in some way because of the overall length.
If someone were to ask me to recommend a horror or suspense story, I might.
He did a good job adding some intensity, although he sounded a little over the top at times.
Sure, this would be great if it starred Sammy Davis Jr. and Lou Ferrigno. I kid... I have no idea.
.is gonna have some mighty big shoes to fill. This story was ok. Keep in mind that as stories go, books about bigfoot usually aren't at the top of the best seller list.
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