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Predatory Animals Paperback – October 19, 2012
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The novel Predatory Animals is a pure action story of intrigue and schemes, evil unleashed by the mysterious Uriah, and the family bond that cements the Brown family and their allies. Gabriel Beyers works the threads of three plots, weaving the threads together culminating in an explosive, heart pounding, and emotion tugging climax. The villains in the work are laced with a mean and vicious intent to kill all opposition. The dark force brought to this world by Uriah are feeding on humans with intent to propagate and subdue us. Our heroes, very human, might be enough to stop the slings and arrows thrown their way in a spirit of courage and with the aid of three very strange dogs. Call this a case of the Good, the Ugly, and the Bad. Predatory Animals is recommended for all readers who love action, the core cementing the family bonds, and the true loyalty of our friends the canines.
I actually finished this book a couple of days ago and it's taken me a while to be able to write my review. This paranormal thriller pulled me in that deep I'm still having trouble letting go.
During the first chapter I'll be honest and say I really couldn't get in to the book. I had to keep stopping and using Google to search the meaning of some words. I'm far from illiterate and think it could have been more of a language barrier. However, I've never had this issue before reading books from other American authors.
Once I got past the first chapter I was hooked. What I like about this book is it's not a `who's done it' book. You know exactly `who's done it' and there is plenty of `who's doing it' from different angles. The author has not only allowed us to see into the mind of Casper, the good guy, but also the Pummel family, the bad guys, the scorpion `the paranormal geezer' and some of the victims.
The relationship between Casper and his wife is very `real' and not one of these relationships where because it's in a book it's perfect. It draws you in deeper because you can connect easier, because it's more real.
There was not a point in this book where I could of predicted what was to come next. It kept you on edge wondering exactly what the next move was and who was going to make it.
Although this is a thriller I found some great one liners dropped in there and found humour in some of the traits of the characters.
All in all a great read!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
why the dog hating? these are great dogs they protect his kids but he has issues with them... havent finished this yet but the book gets too caught up in the ex military guys... Read morePublished 3 days ago by edward carney
I've read three of his books so far and I ain't stopping there. His work just keeps getting better and better. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Billie Readsalot
Just a wonderful book. I could not stop until I finished it. Thank you!Published 11 months ago by Reader Lady
of several different genres. It has horror, science fiction, thrills and suspense. It's also a sweet animal story. You'll have to read it to see how everything fits together. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Hard2Please
Very interesting read. Enjoyed. Very Dean Koontz like. Love the dogs.Published 16 months ago by Dorothy Benjamin
It kept you in constant suspense because of the twists and turns. And it had a surprise ending. will probably read it again.Published 16 months ago by Antoinette Spinelli
Every time I thought I knew what would happen, twists and turns occurred. This is a very interesting story. I don't think I have enjoyed a dog story more. Read morePublished 17 months ago by J. Rodge
This book was well...weird...not sure where it was going or where it came from; but for some reason it kept my interest. Read morePublished on April 19, 2013 by Kindle Customer
Loved the story regarding the lions, however, there were actually two stories in one book. That was a bit strange. But a good, fast paced read!Published on March 11, 2013 by Lisa B. Matzke