US Army Veteran Henry Miller embarks on a hunt at the edge of the Black Forest, but strays from the path and finds himself too close to the East Cascade Mountain Range.
Something lurks in the forest on the other side of those mountains. An ancient race of Bigfoot that have kept to themselves for centuries, until one of them defies the warnings and roams too far from the safety of their home.
When these two intersect, alliances are broken and events set in motion that will leave residents of the town of Easton Falls, Washington, fighting for their lives.
THE EASTON FALLS MASSACRE
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING:
"Do not be fooled by the size of this book. While under 100 pages, The Easton Falls Massacre: Bigfoot's Revenge is packed with love, grief, & betrayal as well as intense survival instincts for fear of a heinous, violent, and painful death. It gets a hairy gruesome 4 stars from me!"
"...Garcia delivers the goods with true-to-life dialogue and characterization that lends easy believability to her characters and setting. Her co-writer, Ryan Prentice Garcia, lists himself as an Army veteran in his biography. The background story of Henry's Gulf War service rings true and applicable, and it sets up the main character to be both multidimensional and empathetic..."
-Rebecca Rowland, Author of The Horrors Hiding in Plain Sight
"In the midst of the violence and (not terribly graphic) gore are themes of family, grief, survivalism, and revenge. Because of all that, I plowed through this book in just a few sittings. I couldn't get enough, I loved it."
"This creature feature is the perfect combination of complex relationships, secrets of OH SO MANY kinds, and a plethora of rip roaring revenge tactics that have you rooting for Bigfoot the entire time - or at least I did."
-Where the Reader Grows
"A different spin on the Bigfoot legend with fantastic character development, fast paced action and plenty of gore. The ending is a spin on its own and I need more..."
"The Easton Falls Massacre was a short, sharp, shock to my brain."
-The Coycaterpillar Reads
"I loved the end. I smiled as I read it. Pure carnage. Pure enjoyment."