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Bigfoot War ebook

by Eric S. Brown


Eric S Brown is a self-confessed geek. He also very well may be a Mad Genius.

Eric S Brown is a self-confessed geek. I doubt any other human on the planet would have had the ability (without the use of heavy amounts of liquor) to have considered combining Sasquatch havoc with zombie goodness. In Bigfoot War, of which I am a HUGE fan, Eric Brown essentially crafted an amusement park ride of a novel that punches you in the gut just before stepping on the gas and not letting up until the end. It was non-stop carnage that reveled in its B-movie sensibilities. I highly recommend it if you have not read it yet.

In Bigfoot War II, the dead rose. The war between man and beast became a battle for survival. Eric . rown Really !!!!!This was a very short and disappointing story. It is still a good series but all together should be just one or maybe two books. Hordes of zombies attacked both humanity and Sasquatch alike. Bigfoot War: Outbreak returns to that time period in the Bigfoot War saga and tells the story of what occured in Asheville.

Eric S. Brown has a strange niche in publishing which involves lots of graphic violence and unusual creatures. Lately, I've been hearing buzz about Brown's Bigfoot series. This was my chance to dip my big toe in the pool of Sasquatch. The water was warm, blood warm. This is not a literary masterpiece, but the series is funny, bizarre, and always bloody. This novella is shorter than most, and it is bleaker than some of his other work. The frenzied violence, the buildup to the climactic battle, and plenty of sinew-ripping and bone-cracking awaits anyone who enjoys Mr. Brown's other books in the series.

Brown, Eric S. Brown This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and events either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Names, characters, places and events either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously ving or dead or any known Bigfoot is purely coincidental. All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce in whole or in part in any form or medium. Published by Coscom Entertainment ww. oscomentertainment.

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Bigfoot War. 1. Bigfoot War (2013) 2. Dead in the Woods (2011) 3. Food Chain (2011) 4. Legion (2013) 5. Planet Sasquatch (2013) Frontier (2012) Outbreak (2013) The Bigfoot Apocalypse Box Set II (2013) The End (2013) Rain (2013) The Bigfoot Apocalypse Box Set III (2013) Bigfoot Wars (2013) Planet Sasquatch: Retaliation (2013) Heavy Carnage (2013) The Mech Age (2013) After The Fall (2014) Zombie.

Praise for Bigfoot War "Brutal and visceral, what was once the joke of the Cryptozoological world is now . Scott A. Johnson, author of City of Demons and Deadlands "Eric S. Brown breathes new life into the Bigfoot mythos.

Praise for Bigfoot War "Brutal and visceral, what was once the joke of the Cryptozoological world is now back where it belongs: at the top of the monster food-chain. gripping, Brown pulls you in from page one and doesn't let go until the very end. Even then, he still haunts your nightmares. Bigfoot War is not to be missed!" - James Melzer, author of Escape: A Zombie Chronicles Novel "Find a big gun, and catch your breath when.

Bigfoot War: Outbreak returns to that time period in the Bigfoot War saga and tells the story of what occured in Asheville, North Carolina as the events of Bigfoot War II: Dead in the . Bigfoot War - Eric S.

Bigfoot War: Outbreak returns to that time period in the Bigfoot War saga and tells the story of what occured in Asheville, North Carolina as the events of Bigfoot War II: Dead in the Woods unfolded. Prepare yourself for a wildly different kind of zombie apocalypse. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Eric S. BrownReleased: Sep 26, 2013ISBN: 9781301012237Format: book. carousel previous carousel next.

Jeff Taylor was an ordinary boy growing up in the small town of Babble Creek, North Carolina, until one night his life was changed forever when a sasquatch brutally murdered his family. Taylor fled the town, hoping to leave the painful memory behind. Years later, after two tours of duty in the Iraq War, he's back in Babble Creek seeking vengeance. Taylor's lust for the blood of the monster that slew his family sets in motion a series of events that soon has the entire town fighting for its life as a tribe of sasquatches descend from the forests and hills into Babble Creek to declare war upon its citizens. Babble Creek is about to find out Bigfoot is very real and there's more than one of the creatures that want to fill the streets with blood.
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Eric S Brown is a self-confessed geek. He also very well may be a Mad Genius. I doubt any other human on the planet would have had the ability (without the use of heavy amounts of liquor) to have considered combining Sasquatch havoc with zombie goodness. In Bigfoot War, of which I am a HUGE fan, Eric Brown essentially crafted an amusement park ride of a novel that punches you in the gut just before stepping on the gas and not letting up until the end. It was non-stop carnage that reveled in its B-movie sensibilities. I highly recommend it if you have not read it yet.
When I heard Eric Brown had written a sequel to Bigfoot War, entitled (oddly enough) Bigfoot War 2: Dead in the Woods, I giggled like a schoolgirl about to get lucky during prom. I wasn't even aware there were zombies in it until a few friends who read it before I did mentioned it. Bigfoot and Zombies? It sounded like a SyFy channel movie of the week. Surely, this was a mash-up that would get my hopes up only to dash them in a fiery pit of mediocrity (*ahem* I'm looking at you Aliens VS Predator...Freddy VS Jason...Joe VS the volcano). So does the sequel measure up to the brutal giddiness of the original?
Oh, yeah.
BW2 is a balls-out, completely gonzo ride. Where the first Bigfoot War embraced its B-movie heritage, BW2 rips offs its clothes, jumps in headfirst, and giddily wallows in it. It knows exactly what it is, and doesn't pretend to be anything more than a fast, brutal trip down FUBAR lane. The first part of the book with the seemingly indestructible Sasquatch crushing anything in their way (often with blood-splattering glee) is the first book's equal in carnage and breathless pacing. However, not content to just rehash the same old furry destruction, Brown comes up with a snazzy idea. The saliva of the Sasquatch has the power to bring the dead back to life. So, all the poor townspeople bitten by the furry bastards (and there are many) come back as the undead, and soon, not even the Sasquatch are safe from the growing menace. Yes, dear reader, even The Sasquatches can be turned into Zombies.
Be still, my beating sensibilities...
Brown keeps his action moving with a brisk clip. He puts you right in the middle of the action and, just like the first book, doesn't let up. Actually, to be fair, BW2 actually moves quicker in pacing than the first book, which I freely admit I did not know was possible. When he introduces the zombies, the book takes on a whole new dimension of bad-assery (If I just created a new word, I want full credit). The townsfolk serve pretty much no other purpose than to get the middle of this brewing war, which is ok. You read a book like this for the action and the carnage, not for character development.
Are there any bald spots on this otherwise gloriously fuzzy ball of awesome? Well, to be fair, one of the books strong suits can also be considered one of its faults. If you tend to get attached to characters in your books, then you might not like BW2. As I have no such problem, it really didn't bother me, but I could see how normal mortals might take offense to it. The book is also quite short. I was like a fat man at a buffet, wanting more carnage and even more Zombie vs. Bigfoot bitchslapping. I guess I'll have to wait for BW3.
In closing, as odd and goofy as it sounds, Sasquatch and zombies duking it out in the woods of North Carolina is a thrilling and simply wonderful ride. I wholly recommend both Bigfoot War (even though it's not zombie-related...so there) and its leaner, meaner and more demented sequel. Trust me. You'll thank me for it later.
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Please excuse the vagueness of my review, I don't want to ruin a single moment of this book for anyone. The Amazon description is really all you need to know going in.

As I said in my title, this book is pure insanity. It's literally non-stop action from cover to cover, to the point that my heart was going a mile a minute from the adrenaline rush. There's even a new development towards the end of the book that had me giggling in pure, geeky glee. It has such incredible battle scenes that I'd give my arm to see this made into a movie or video game. It's everything I wanted in a sequel to Bigfoot War and more. That book was a mere appetizer compared to this. I don't know how far Mr. Brown plans on taking this series but if book 2 is any indication, it's going to be an incredible ride.

If you haven't read the first book yet, what are you waiting for? If you have, expect Dead in the Woods to blow your mind. To me this series has gone from being mere novels to pretty much being an experience. I'd give it 6 stars if I could, it's that much fun. I've read several of Mr. Brown's books and in my opinion, this is easily his best work.

I know I'm gushing but I can't help it, the book is just so awesome.
sunrise bird
I really wanted to like this story. Especially after reading the author's forward. I found the story line to be extremely unbelievable (as in, not the least bit credible). Things just happen, without any setup. There's nobody to care about, which is probably a good thing as everyone dies. I only made it through the first book and couldn't force myself to go on. I'm really liking the zombie genre (after resisting for a couple of years). Was hoping this would be somewhat like that. Well, it could probably rank with the worst of the zombie books. Also, the author seems to have a depth of ignorance about many of the subjects he brings into the story (e.g.: civilian helicopter vulnerability, types of weapons a seasoned military guy would bring to off the Sasquatch, etc.) and the priorities a good sheriff have in dealing with the situation (don't disarm the only people who can really help, don't worry about registering a firearm that's been volunteered for the fight, sheesh!!). The book seems to have been written with the idea of just outlining a direct-to-DVD grade C (or D) movie. It worked. I won't be watching it.

Character development = 0 stars
Story line = 2 stars
Character stupidity = 1 star
Ignorance of author = 2 stars

There are more disappointments to list but I'll leave that to those of you who ignore the bad ratings and read the book anyway. I hope you like it more than I did
Bigfoot War ebook
Author:
Eric S. Brown
Category:
Action & Adventure
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1770 kb
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Publisher:
Coscom Entertainment (June 15, 2010)
Pages:
128 pages
Rating:
4.5
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