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Bigfoot Hunters [Kindle Edition]

Rick Gualtieri
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Evolution is about to be kicked in the teeth by some very large feet.

When Harrison Kent suggests a camping trip to the dense forests of Colorado, his friends are all eager for a little adventure. What awaits them, though, is far more than they ever bargained for.

They learn that Sasquatch is real, but these are not the shy creatures that legends speak of. A madness has claimed them, erasing their once peaceful nature and leaving in its place a ravenous horde of monsters that's about to descend upon the unsuspecting residents of a remote town.

The bloodthirsty beasts are not the only secret the woods hold, however. Help is on the way from an unlikely source. If Harrison and his friends can survive long enough, they might just be able to even the odds and reclaim mankind's place atop the food chain.

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Bigfoot Hunters is 90,000 words of graphic Horror Adventure (mature audiences only) by Rick Gualtieri, author of Bill The Vampire and Scary Dead Things.

Includes the bonus short story, Zombie Pride, by Thea Isis Gregory.


Editorial Reviews

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"Rick is an exceptional writer with a real knack for flow, description and characterization." - The Indie Bookshelf (theindiebookshelf.blogspot.com)

From the Author

Jaws scared people away from the beaches. I want Bigfoot Hunters to make you afraid of your own backyard. 

Bigfoot Hunters could be called a labor of twisted love. It combines my fascination with cryptozoology, my love of shows dealing with it - such as: Destination Truth and MonsterQuest - and my enjoyment of a good monster rampage. 

I had a ton of fun writing this story. I sincerely hope you have as much Sasquatch-stomping enjoyment reading it.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1089 KB
  • Print Length: 427 pages
  • Publisher: Freewill Press; 4 edition (January 12, 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0074VTEPA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,155 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Why I keep Coming Back to Rick March 5, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
I will be honest. I did not read the description of this book before I dove in. It was by Gualtieri, who I had previously reviewed with Bill the Vampire, which was hilarious. I probably was expecting similar hilarity in this novel, and while a few good parts did make me laugh (anything involving Paula) this book was not meant for hilarity. It is first, and foremost, a horror. I hate the horror genre! Why am I reading this novel? Besides the aforementioned, it was by Rick Gualtieri. Well then...

Plot: Six teenagers go camping in the woods. Within the woods they encounter something that wants to destroy them apart. Sound like a campy horror movie plot? Sure, it is, but it's also done in a way that is not redundant. Enter the actual Bigfoot Hunters, a group of men that know the secret of these elusive creatures. Saying too much more gives away a few of the plot twists, which we know I'm not about doing. I despise spoilers. However, about 30% through I was wondering where the novel could possibly go from there and found that the six teenagers camping in the woods was just the prelude to the true horror.

Characters: There were quite a few characters in this novel, from the six teenagers, the four Hunters, and the townspeople surrounding the forest. Gualtieri surprised me with a few characters because they were not what I was expecting and the ending was not where I expected it to go. Every character has a unique quality, which is amazing considering that this is not a long novel.

Only complaints about this novel is what I normally would complain about in horror movies: body count. I have a bleeding heart at times during novels so it is rough for me to see a character I was rooting for die. Horribly.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bigfoot Hunters September 6, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I have read everything that is available here at Amazon by Rick and I have to say that he has kept me entertained with each thing he has done.
If you are wanting a great Sasquatch story, why not start here?
Cannot wait for the author's next release!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars There are no words... July 14, 2012
By Eve
Format:Kindle Edition
Bigfoot is REAL!! Or at least in theory according to Rick Gualtieri's latest horror book. Bigfoot Hunters is written in 3rd person POV and is very reminiscent of Mary Shelly's Frankenstein. He get's you inside the mind of the Alpha Bigfoot via italicized excerpts. It's truly fascinating.

Being a girl, horror isn't generally something I read (not that they're aren't girls who LOVE this stuff, but I'm sure the majority of horror fans are male). Anyhow, this was actually my first go at it and I'm so happy I took the chance. Rick is an exceptional writer with a real knack for flow, description and characterization.

The book focus' on a group of young adults who set out on a camping/hiking trip in the mountains. Things go awry when they get attacked by an angry Sasquatch who has separated from his clan. Just when you think he has nowhere to go with his story after unexpectedly ending the first climatic scene, he unleashes a fury of death and destruction I never thought possible. And the root of it all will make you laugh, sigh and think WOW, that is totally plausible if and this is a big IF, Bigfoot were real.

When reviewing this book from my own personal eyes, the only thing that makes it fall short is its lack of a romance. Was there some crazy lust scenes added in for dramatic affect? Yes. Did they make we want to turn the pages like a Nicholas Sparks novel? No. Is it stupid of me to want this from a horror novel? I don't think so.

Why....?

Well, for starters if horror novelists want to tap into a new market and gain new readers then they better start including something for the ladies. I would definitely be a repeat customer of Rick's if he even just gave me the slightest romance on the side.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cryptozoology at It's Best! July 5, 2012
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Wow! I never heard of this author and sort of stumbled across this book while poking around for alittle crypto with my morning coffee. This book just never stops, and I couldn't stop reading it. Having just finished a James Rollins (for full, big name author price) I decided I was in the mood for some more monster/thriller genre (at reasonable cost). Author Rick Gualtieri delivered the perfect solution. I've never seen a Sasquatch but have a high school friend who damm near totaled her car in northern CA trying to avoid hitting one crossing the road. So I decided to give it a try. The premise was well thought out, and the reasons given for the Sasquatchs rampaging simple and, dare I say, plausible. Give it a try.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Big Foot Hunters June 4, 2012
By Jim
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Holy Crap! What a great read. I love a good Big Foot novel but this one blew me away. The action was faced paced , grapic and gory, all the while twisting and turning through a spiderweb of actual plot lines. Good plot lines at that. Hollywood needs to take notice of this book turn it into a movie before some one else grabs it up. I cannot reccoment this book enough. I find myself readjusting in my chair frequently due to the action in this novel. Read it, you will love it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Move Over Angry Birds; Time for the Big Boys April 4, 2012
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Don't take this book on a camping trip. Take it to the beach. You'll thank me later. In the beginning of "Bigfoot Hunters" by Rick Gualtieri, I was thinking 'another typical Tuesday night made-for-TV movie (book).' Which kids get whacked by doing something stupid? But the action and stakes kept rising until it is outright carnage and full-scale war between Bigfoot and man. I was in it for the full ride. Though I think Rick gave away too much with continual 'what he/she/it didn't know' lines, it was done well. Hopefully for his next book, he'll let the action rip and scare us even further with turn-of-events that haven't had their horror broadcasted moments earlier.

Still, he stayed away from cliché situations and cardboard characters for the most part, giving the main characters more balance then typical horror fare. And there were a lot of characters and a boatload of POVs (Point-of-Views). Though not a fan of stories with a cast of hundreds, I never felt lost flopping from one situation to the other when the action heated up and you needed to catch up with the latest victim and occasional survivor. Some of his twists caught me and the angry Bigfoots by surprise. And there's one girl I want on my side in any situation. I've camped in the Wolf Creek Pass area years ago, and if Bigfoot is around, this is certainly territory worthy of their homestead. "Bigfoot Hunters" is a solid "4." Wait, what was that horrible shrill call from the woods?
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Camping Read
Something different, than the usual Zombie stuff. The genetic premise made it more interesting, good on character development, but a little too much on detail. Read more
Published 28 days ago by l
5.0 out of 5 stars Well, who'da thought a Bigfoot book would be fun?
I really enjoyed this book. Yeah, the characters were a bit one dimensional, and yeah at the end there was almost random and irrational carnage. Read more
Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars great book
i have read a lot of books but none were as real as this one is. I mean if this accually happened I could accually see it happening
Published 4 months ago by adam robert casperson
4.0 out of 5 stars Awesome read
This book is definitely a page turning adventure that I personally couldn't put down it had all the elements of excitement adventure and intrigue that keeps you on the edge of your... Read more
Published 4 months ago by Will Izzard
5.0 out of 5 stars awesome writer
I loved the whole bill the vamp series, Rick is a very good author, his books are "fun" reads, he has a great sense of humor, you can see it in his books
Published 4 months ago by Richard M. Shanahan
3.0 out of 5 stars Not quite as satisfying as I'd hoped
I randomly happened upon Bill the Vampire and quickly read all the associated stories.
The humor and voicing in those works just strikes the right note with me, so I became an... Read more
Published 5 months ago by Samuel Clemens
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant work of balance
It's a great mixture of fantasy and reality, life and death, humor and drama, action and fear. A great book that I love to read over and over again.
Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars Savage
this was a bloody and savage read d. pulled no punches. love the other books by the author this was no different. pick it up and have a good damn time.
Published 6 months ago by billy stephens
5.0 out of 5 stars Another great story line by Rick Gaultieri
If you like Rick's "Tome of Bill" series (Bill the Vampire), you'll like Bigfoot Hunters too. Great story line, interesting characters,and a hint of future stories.
Published 6 months ago by John McLeod
4.0 out of 5 stars Very different take on the classic Bigfoot idea
This story undertakes to tell a different side of the "mythical" Bigfoot yarn. The story is a common tale of some buddies who head into the woods for a get together and weekend of... Read more
Published 8 months ago by murray swanson
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More About the Author

Rick Gualtieri lives alone in a dark, evil place called New Jersey with only his wife, three kids, and countless pets to both keep him company and constantly plot against him. When he's not busy monkey-clicking out words, he can typically be found jealously guarding his collection of vintage Transformers from all who would seek to defile them - Defilers Beware!

His upcoming works include:
DEVIL HUNTERS
HALF A PRAYER

Visit him at:
Blog - www.poptartmanifesto.com
Facebook - facebook.com/RickGualtieriAuthor
Twitter - twitter.com/RickGualtieri

Or just drop him a line at rickg.author@gmail.com.

Don't be shy. Unlike the creatures in his novels, he doesn't bite. :)

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