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Bigfoot Abomination begins in the future, after the alien Skinks have taken over Earth and reduced the human civilization to extinction by combining human DNA with bigfoot DNA. However, a human has been recreated, and they are working missions to help stop the Skinks. Then the book adeptly swings to the present. Now, the story follows Cole, a teen who is navigating his way through the typical high school gauntlet of bullies, girls, and a love for the paranormal. (I have to admit, these were my favorite parts of the book. It feels like a Stranger Things or a Stephen King book, the way Cole is exploring the world and encountering people both mysterious and, perhaps, scary.) These elements all come together seamlessly thanks to the clever mind of Dane Hatchell.
Honestly, what sparked my desire to read the book was that it was about Bigfoot, and I had never read a book about Bigfoot before. I am so glad I picked up the book, though, because I got read this grand adventure.
There is something to be said for original books that truly keep you guessing. They involve different genres and different kinds of stories, and that keeps the reader on their toes and always guessing. I think that's why I liked this book so much is that it kept shifting on me and trying something new and inventive.
Bigfoot Abomination is one of those books that you can’t comment too much on without revealing major spoilers. I’ll just say that the sci-fi element hits on all cylinders with aliens and mech-armor warriors in Earth’s future, and the human conflict and angst in Earth’s present feels genuine. Combine the two with time travel and cryptid hominoids in the forest, and you have one exciting read.
Dane Hatchell has written a highly action packed novel. I never was sure what direction the story would take. Basically, the first half of the book alternates between Earth’s future and Earth’s present. Both sides of the story were so compelling that it was hard to stop reading because I wanted to find out what happened when the future and the present connected.
The story smoothly transitions after that, and there is a wild ride to the end where things get even wilder! I can’t say much about that without spoiling it for everyone.
I highly recommend Genetic Abomination. The book will definitely not disappoint
Mech-armored soldiers, cryptids, human-hybrids, all fighting and positioning to control Earth. What I found most impressive about the novel is the way Hatchell seamlessly blends all these elements into a rip-roaring yarn that takes you by the throat and doesn’t let go until the action is through.
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