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White Anvil: Sasquatch Onslaught

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As if the cold wasnt enough

Fleeing an approaching blizzard, a military train carrying prisoners and a handful of citizens derails in the mountains. The survivors fight to stay alive and regroup as the terrible storm buries them in snow. Only then do they discover the train also carried another cargotwo cars loaded with biological experimentsgenetically-altered
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Kindle Edition, 257 pages
Published October 30th 2019 by Severed Press
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Glen
Mar 02, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: horror
Pretty good sasquatch horror.

A random group of people get aboard a military train carrying convicted computer hackers. The train wrecks in a massive snow storm ,and it turns out the train also held extremely angry sasquatches, eager to kill and eat human beings.

Pretty good, with some real tension, but not as gory as some.
Wayne
Dec 17, 2019 rated it really liked it
This book had several of the things I like in a horror/action novel. First, a remote location. The more remote, the better. Along with that, inhospitable weather conditions. A blizzard/white out is just perfect. Second, a group of people that get stranded in the remote location and have to learn to deal with each other to survive. Third, Sasquatch. That or another creature on the loose for human prey. The Sasquatch, or rugaru as it were, was nice.

We start out with a top secret train hauling
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Gloria
Mar 24, 2020 rated it really liked it
White Anvil: Sasquatch Onslaught gives you exactly what it promises on the tin. The tension and dread builds from the first chapter as a recipe for disaster is cooked up and quickly brought to boil by the elements; one part secret creature government experiment, one part maximum security hacker prisoners, and one part oblivious civilians just trying to make it through the storm.

An action packed story of survival and isolation, White Anvil takes the reader along a frigid and desolate story line
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Kristin
Jan 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
The cover had me before I read the title, or saw who the author was. A big ole squatch, with the silhouette of the much smaller armed human, and those teeth! So reminiscent of our own. The title promises winter, it promises smashing, and it promises a lot of sasquatch. And delivers on all counts. This was a two-sitting blast of frozen monster fun. I love horror stories that take place in winter, layering the elements onto any monster story makes it richer, the cold becomes a character in and of ...more
Nancy Trapp
Feb 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing
White Anvil

This was a good book. I thought the characters I the book were really brave. The author did a good job of writing I would recommend this book to anyone who would like good action.
Nettie Biegler
Mar 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Good, fast moving, heartstopping

Read before bedtime. It was fast paced horror, deserves the genre .
Also heart breaking and truly scary. I would buy it again. Read if you dare.
Susan
Dec 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A thrilling adventure

Wow! This was a fascinating and thrilling read. An interesting cast of characters and a compelling story. Highly recommend this book.
john r. reeves
Jan 15, 2020 rated it liked it
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This was not the best syfy writing I have read. The story line could of, and should have been better written, and better researched..
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