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4.0 out of 5 starsI really enjoyed the book
Reviewed in the United States on March 31, 2018
I really enjoyed the book: good pacing, fleshed out characters and the monsters (lizard men and the human "villain") were actually scary! However, I felt there was too much mentioning of the main character's backstory with the constant references to sea raptors, and too many times I wondered if I there was a book that I was supposed to read before this. Later I learned that there is indeed another book that precedes this. Reptilian could totally stand alone as its own story and I felt like the sea raptors were distractions to sell more books. The revelation at the end was a bit of a let down (more foreshadowing could've made it more satisfying), but overall it was a very enjoyable read.
Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2017
I thoroughly enjoyed the Lizard Man legend. Reptilian is a fast-paced action/adventure about a group of specialists that try to save a South Carolina town from the vicious creatures. There is also an ex-marine conspiracy theorist that believes the Lizard Men are from another world and becomes an even deadlier threat to the community. Likeable characters that will keep readers turning the pages.
5.0 out of 5 starsA must read for action/horror fans.
Reviewed in the United States on February 21, 2018
If you like action/horror then read this book. Its pretty standard stuff. Well written and well edited. A very fast paced story with good characters. My only small complaint is, as a gun-guy, I hate when an author uses the term clip instead of magazine. Strangely, the author switched to the correct term halfway through the book. Also, I would imagine that professional crypto-hunters would be packing larger calibers than just 9mm and such. No big complaints though. Its a good book. I want to see more from these characters.
This book was both a good action and horror story. Mr. Rust used the myth of the lizard man and intertwined it with his already created team to create a story of suspence. Along the way he through in a few nutters and basically played upon general human nature. All in all it was an enjoyable read.
This book was better than I expected. Your typical unknown reptilian creatures go on a rampage & start killing people after someone kills one of them. The town fathers bring in the Crypto Hunters, who are pretty likeable & apparently became famous fighting a "Sea Raptor" (book #1 in this series). Course there are some human "baddies" that complicate things, but the plot moves along nicely to a final showdown. I've already downloaded "Sea Raptor" so I can see how the Crypto Hunters became so well known. Worth a look if you like monster type books.