Bigfoot is real. Yancy Lazarus - mage, bluesman, and rambler - knows because there happens to be a nine-foot-tall, walking myth standing in the road, flagging him down.
Yancy just can't escape his reputation as a supernatural fix-it man even when cruising through the forgotten backwoods of Montana. Turns out Bigfoot has a serious problem on his hands: one of his own has gone rogue, developing a taste for the flesh of humans and Sasquatch alike. A greater Wendigo has risen for the first time in thousands of years and if Yancy can't stop the creature it could be a slaughter for the residents of a rural Montana town.
But even with the monstrous threat looming on the horizon, Yancy has bigger fish to fry. He's working as an agent of Fate, attempting to put the kibosh on a nefarious scheme, aimed at upsetting the tenuous balance between the supernatural nations. When your boss is Lady Luck, however, nothing is ever left to chance, and his two cases may have more in common than it appears. If he can't figure out the missing link it could usher in a new world order: an age of inhuman creatures and walking nightmares...one where Yancy Lazarus doesn't exist.
©2015 James A. Hunter and Shadow Alley Press, Inc. (P)2016 James A. Hunter and Shadow Alley Press, Inc.
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Yancy… sigh. Be still my beating heart. Yancy is my new Harry Dresden. Yancy still drinking, smoking, gambling and swearing to much but can still wield the mist. Even when faced with the legendary Bigfoot people, Yancy faces the situation with caustic charm while wielding fire.
Yancy makes new friends (Bigfoot people) while trying to deal the betrayal of another. The action is always the best when Yancy has tired himself and everything is on the line. He always has one more thing to pull out of his hat.
If you have not read a Yancy novel and are a fan of Harry Dresden, you will like this.
I love the multiple dimensions that books offer as a place to dwell for moments or the end of time.
I read the summary, then reviews, and listened to the sample narration, the latter making the sale for me. The author's superb writing skills are a perfect fit with the narrator's performance. Tough guy, no nonsense, engaged with other fascinating characters of the same ilk, and entertaining dialogue with a twisting plot...I listened to this book in one sitting. Captivating, and though the book ended, I am adding all of this series to my wish list.
Great series. The narrator iis spot on. Amazing characters and perfect plot twists. Big fan. Read this.
Better yet get the audio book. Can't wait till book four comes. Thank you Mr. Hunter.
Book-aholic and Craft-aholic. I have a great variety interests of when it comes to books and crafts. I have a very open mind when it comes to books, music, gardening and crafts. So I may go on tangent of topic , but it does change genera so you will find out my views on many subjects though it is seldom I am a black and white but more of a grey person, depending on the subject.
This was an amazing addition to the series, I love it when a good writer can make good sequels.
Not a bad book, although the narrator was annoying at times. It seems like his job was to say all the words as fast as he could and in character with no thought for correct pronunciation! The story was pretty good, but listening to the narrator made Yancy less like able.
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