Read ✓ Devolution: A Firsthand Account of the Rainier Sasquatch Massacre By Max Brooks – Sunkgirls.info

Read ✓ Devolution: A Firsthand Account of the Rainier Sasquatch Massacre By Max Brooks – Sunkgirls.info The Bestselling Author Of World War Z Takes On The Bigfoot Legend With A Tale That Blurs The Lines Between Human And Beast And Asks What We Are Capable Of In The Face Of The UnimaginableAs The Ash And Chaos From Mount Rainier S Eruption Swirled And Finally Settled, The Story Of The Greenloop Massacre Has Passed Unnoticed, Unexamined Until NowBut The Journals Of Resident Kate Holland, Recovered From The Town S Bloody Wreckage, Capture A Tale Too Harrowing And Too Earth Shattering In Its Implications To Be ForgottenIn These Pages, Max Brooks Brings Kate S Extraordinary Account To Light For The First Time, Faithfully Reproducing Her Words Alongside His Own Extensive Investigations Into The Massacre And The Legendary Beasts Behind ItKate S Is A Tale Of Unexpected Strength And Resilience, Of Humanity S Defiance In The Face Of A Terrible Predator S Gaze, And Inevitably, Of Savagery And DeathYet It Is Also Far Than ThatBecause If What Kate Holland Saw In Those Days Is Real, Then We Must Accept The Impossible We Must Accept That The Creature Known As Bigfoot Walks Among Us And That It Is A Beast Of Terrible Strength And FerocityPart Survival Narrative, Part Bloody Horror Tale, Part Scientific Journey Into The Boundaries Between Truth And Fiction, This Is A Bigfoot Story As Only Max Brooks Could Chronicle It And Like None You Ve Ever Read Before


10 thoughts on “Devolution: A Firsthand Account of the Rainier Sasquatch Massacre

  1. Nilufer Ozmekik Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    This is the worst choice of book to read when you re quarantined, nervous, anxious, taking your most emotional support from great booze and stocked toilet papers I m cuddling them, that s why people buy them so much, right They are like white shapeless teddy bears and I recently tried them in a recipe just mix them with almond milk, marshmallow and chocolate chips my husband told me that was the best food I ve ever fixed in my entire life Anyways, this is frightening, action packed, o


  2. Will Byrnes Will Byrnes says:

    I found a way, I found a way to survive with them Am I a great person I don t know I don t know We re all great people Everyone has something in them that is wonderful I m just different and I love these bears enough to do it right I m edgy enough and I m tough enough But mostly I love these bears enough to survive and do it right from the video diary of Timothy Treadwell, self proclaimed Grizzly Man, recorded right before he was eaten by a bear On April 1, 1969 the Board of Commis I fou


  3. Lisa Lisa says:

    My thanks to Random House Ballantine Del Ray Whew That s a mouthful Also, Netgalley, and the often brilliant Max Brooks I tried not to read this book I knew I d love it, so I thought I d just save it for a month or two Impossible The Squatch I don t believe, but if I did I wouldn t be living here in Montana Nope I d love in a high rise in some awful city This story worked for me It wasn t really scary, much But, I don t like monkeys, orangutans chimps, etc I think they are flea infes My tha


  4. Emma Emma says:

    Despite the horror framework, the real strength of this book is not in the monsters, but in the character development Bet you weren t expecting that When you first meet Kate Holland she s a neurotic mess and her voice is annoying enough that if I hadn t known people were going to die excitingly awful deaths sometime soon, I might have put the book down But it takes very little time for her to get you on side Her and her husband are the last to arrive at their new home in a super high tech ve D


  5. Char Char says:

    One word SASQUATCH I m in When a small group of environmentally conscious folk move into a smart community named Greenloop , in the Pacific northwest, everything seems to be just perfect They are off the grid, groceries are flown in via drone, and they are self sufficientuntil nearby Mount Rainier erupts All of a sudden it becomes painfully clear that they are not capable of surviving very long without internet access, can t order up those grocery drones now , and with the roads wipe One word SAS


  6. megs_bookrack megs_bookrack says:

    Devolution tackles the legend of Bigfoottold through a set of found journals, as well as an original investigation.It s all I have ever wanted in a book andMax Brooks, you may now retire Devolution tackles the legend of Bigfoottold through a set of found journals, as well as an original investigation.It s all I have ever wanted in a book andMax Brooks, you may now retire


  7. Tucker (TuckerTheReader) Tucker (TuckerTheReader) says:

    World War Z was the first book ever to literally make my heart pound inside my chest So, yes, I am very excited for this Goodreads Blog Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube Instagram World War Z was the first book ever to literally make my heart pound inside my chest So, yes, I am very excited for this Goodreads Blog Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube Instagram


  8. Sara Sara says:

    ARC received in exchange for an honest review In the wake of a volcanic eruption, an isolated village becomes the hunting ground of the legendary Big Foot Told through journal entries and interviews, we explore the last few weeks leading up to the Greenloop massacre and its horrifying conclusion.Coming from Max Brooks, writer of World War Z An Oral History of the Zombie War, I knew this would be an interesting read And it certainly is This feels very much like a modern day horror story A s ARC received in


  9. Rachel (TheShadesofOrange) Rachel (TheShadesofOrange) says:

    3.5 StarsSpoiler Free Video Review this novel has some clear similarities to his previous novel, Devolution really stands on it s on as a fresh new horror story World War Z was primarily focused on the large scale political ramifications of a zombie outbreak, while this one was muchof an intimate story, focused primarily around a small group of characters.I read this as an audiobook which certainly coloured my overall reading experience.In many ways, thi 3.5 StarsSpoiler Free Video Review this novel has some


  10. Carolyn Carolyn says:

    Having read and enjoyed World War Z by Max Brooks, and recently another book about Sasquatch sightings and a search for a living creature Roanoake Ridge , I was looking forward to Max Brooks s Devolution I had difficulty with the structure of this book It is written in the format of epistolary fiction It is composed of excerpts from Kate s journal She is a resident of a wilderness settlement The book also includes selections from articles on primate behaviour, discussion of primitive weapon Having read and enjo


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