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It’s hunting season for best friends Shay and Vito. This year, with a bad economy and Shay out of work, it’s more important than ever to bag a deer so they can feed their families. Tucking their truck in their secret spot outside a state park in the Catskills, they settle down, waiting for a deer to come to them.
What they get is a giant creature that outruns a speeding deer and savages it with its bare hands and jagged teeth. Someone hidden in the woods shoots it with a tranquilizer dart. Shay knows what the beast at their feet is, and how its discovery can change their lives forever. They load it into their truck and head home for....
The drugged Bigfoot awakens in a cramped shed in Shay’s backyard. Confused, terrified, angry, it breaks loose in the middle of the night, seeking refuge in a nearby cemetery. When the bagpipes of a morning funeral drive it into a killing rage, the carnage has just begun.
From playgrounds to golf courses, apartment buildings to subway cars, the bigfoot is on the move - and it’s not happy. Can Shay and Vito find and recapture the beast before it burns the Bronx to the ground?
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Just couldn’t finish
I tried to get through this audio book as I normally really like Hunter Shea’s writing.
This story just was not as well written as others.
The main reason I couldn’t finish was the narration.
The accents were not believable and garbled. The humor was flat and the dialogue wasn’t understandable at times.
Overall I should have just tried taking the book.
I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, narrator and/or publisher.
I voluntarily left this review.
Humorous and Heartbreaking
When I first started listen to this book I found it funny and engaging but as the last chapters started I couldn't finish it. I am an animal lover and this book started to make me hate the main character where I wished him death. Steve Connor did an excellent job bringing the characters to life with his vocals. I can honestly say it started off good but the laste few chapters made me hate the book. I am voluntarily leaving this review.
- Fred Jones
Loved this fun roller-coaster ride. When two of the most inept hunters find the body of a Bigfoot in the woods they think their ticket to fame and fortune has arrived and bring it back to the Bronx to cash in. Unfortunately it is not dead and not happy it be there. It is important for the reader to note it is Halloween. The story is brilliantly told from both the hunters and the Bigfoots perspective sensitively treating it as a scared, confused wild animal who does what it needs to survive and escape rather than a rampaging beast, It has touching moments, moments of high drama, savage and graphic gory violence and high farce. The things that stick with me and what Bigfoot does the Drug dealer and Gang banger, Destiny, and the two hunters tracking it through to parks of the Bronx dressed as Warner Bros cartoon characters, I both cringed and laughed out loud. Great story, great dialogue, great ending and great easy to listen to narration which brought the story to life. I received a complimentary copy from the Narrator and am leaving a honest voluntary review