Bigfoot in the Bronx by Hunter Shea is an action-packed story about two hunters that have the bright idea of taking a bigfoot, who they think is dead, into the city in hopes to show their discovery to the media and get rich. Turns out, the big guy wasn’t dead…
Let’s dive in!
My Thoughts on Bigfoot in the Bronx by Hunter Shea
With a title like that, I knew we were in for a wild ride. The story begins with two hunters that are determined to bag a deer. As things are really tight with one family, the venison will go a long way. The two are sure that this hunting trip will be different than the rest where they had to return home empty handed. But boy, they never could have guessed how this was going to end up!
One thing leads to another, and then they have a bigfoot in the back of their truck and they’re headed home. Rather than sharing the news of the discovery right away, they go to sleep. In the morning, Mr. Bigfoot isn’t where they left him.
From there the story is non-stop action right up until the very end! The two men try to find and follow bigfoot, and he’s pretty easy to follow on his path of destruction.
This cryptid tale had it all! The humor made me chuckle, the chase had me anxious, the deaths were brutal, and the emotional elements hit perfectly. This is definitely a story I will be returning to!
My Favorite Passages from Bigfoot in the Bronx
He stepped backwards into the RV, closing the door slowly, quietly, cursing the rusty hinge that didn’t give a whit about stealth.
“Hey, you bring a bigfoot to the Bronx, you have to expect shit to get weird.”
Their driver must have gotten her license from nascar. She drove like a demon, just missing pedestrians, cars, a mailbox and a light pole, blowing past red lights with glee.
My Final Thoughts on Bigfoot in the Bronx
This was such a fun read! While there was plenty of humor, it also touched on an important message about how quick we are to judge, and just how fast things can spiral out of control.
Go pick this one up today!
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