I had wanted to read this when I first heard about it, back when it was still called “Rutting Season” – then I saw the excerpt in the back of “Terminal” and was hooked. This book is pure Brian Keene. I found myself giggling at inside jokes, laughing out loud in other places, groaning in others – and amazed at the overall story. I love Brian and his writing for the reason he’s unafraid to hold back in either – he tells everything straight up, as it is. Without this, he wouldn’t be himself, and his writing would lack a very certain flavor. And Brian knows his forests and his people. And he knows “gruesome” and understands how to build and hold tension – and how to keep his readers turning pages!
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