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Clay Morgan is overjoyed when he is offered a place to live in the remote wilderness at the base of a notorious mountain. Locals say there are Bigfoot living high up in the dense mountainous forest. Clay is skeptic at first and thinks it's nothing more than tall tales. But soon, Clay becomes a believer when giant creatures invade his new home and snatch his baby boy, Casey. Now, Clay and his wife, Mia, must rescue their son with the help of Clay's uncle and his dog, a journey up the foreboding mountain that will take them into an unimaginable world...straight into hell!

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Different bigfoot story

no sex, no bad language, scary but not too scary for older kids and teens. young mother's baby is taken by a bigfoot. family and friends including a nice bigfoot raised by a hermit from a small age go in search of baby. they encounter mean bigfoot clans, and an even more savage clan of smaller more fierce creatures that hunt bigfoot. overall I'm glad I listened. not your average gore filled bigfoot horror story. nice !

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Too Long

How can a five hour book be too long? There was lots of action, but very little mystery. Some interesting characters, but not developed. I think if we could have heard the story from the side of the BigFeets, it would have been more interesting. I tried, but I just could not get into this story.

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