A young yeti, out scavenging with his parents, wanders off and discovers a lone cabin in the woods. A beautiful woman inside awakens his pubescent desires as he finds love for the first time. The young yeti visits the woman on multiple occasions, conjuring lustful desires within.
When the young yeti's father realizes his son has been visiting the woman, he chooses to put a stop to it once and for all. However, the young yeti is not willing to let his father stand in the way of true love.
The intimate and erotic tale explores the boundaries of forbidden love and the horror that lurks within.
And, wove. Twue wove wasts fa-evah.
This is what you get when Essel Pratt decides to write a simple Yeti story. Do you get climbers getting massacred? Do you see Sherpas ripped in half? Nope, you get a horny teenaged monster makng out with a lonely chick in the middle of snowwhere. This is kind of like Look Who's Coming to Dinner or why him, only the parents aren't happy with who their son is dating Things get kind of messy, then messier, and you have to wonder if true lust/love will prevail.
Pratt writes some crazy stuff, so far I've read Sharkrantula, where we have a spider shark devouring a theme park, and another that dealt with Hitler and Anne Frank. I don't know where he comes up this stuff, but I can say this was one runaway sled ride of snow beast meets ski bunny. This is one story that feels like you are falling off your ski lift as an avalanche comes rolling down the mountain behind you that is being surfed by some hungry wolves. You know it isn't going to end well, you just don't know HOW it is going to close out.
Pratt writes with a serious tongue planted in his goofy cheek, you can tell he's serious, but not so much as you suspect. I always listen to him and wonder how he ever came up with the ideas he gets for his stories. There is a ton of emotion here, from the father's rage to the teens confusion you really get a feel for what is in the character's hearts.
Louise Cooksey does a great job narrating, you can feel the lust, the rage, and the love in her voice. She makes it real, which only adds to the tale. yes, the story is out there, but she smacks you with reality everytime she speaks, and so you believe this could be happening. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.
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