Title: The Alpha Yeti
Book length: 182 pages
Every tribal land has its own tribulations and the Kasis were way beyond any hope or help, for what they were undergoing was terrifyingly unspeakable. It wasnt any myth or taboo. This one was true. The One God was as real as the White Giants. But, all the suffering and trepidation came from the impossibly aggressive Grey Giants. They were a deformity: a fallen imprecation on the Kasis. Somehow, a sensible Bhirendi, the elderly last of the Kasis, addresses the tragedy and rushes his people into the underground chambers of Ravaial before they are forced to face the wrath of the monstrosities that lately have begun to roll down from the White Mountain. With the situation only getting worse by the moment, the tribes hire a pack of ace hunters from the West. But, one of them freaks out and abducts the daughter of an estranged but once-upon-a-time famous hunter to only earn his ire. The hunters are drawn together into a strangely unwelcome land of doom with their fates sealed under the White Mountain. They soon realise that time is all they have left in the entire world when the Grey Giants begin their vicious play. SUM brings to you, The Alpha Yeti!
Alpha yeti is an amazing book because it is something which makes you feel reading different from romances, murder mystery thrillers.
The story starts with a village kasis which is in threat of a monster yeti and that of a dangerous Alpha yeti, villagers decide to fight against the yeti and remove the threat forever and the story showcases how kasis fight the threat of Alpha yeti.
Will they be able to fight and overcome the fear in which they are living for years?
Read this amazing story to find it out…
To start with the idea of writing a story about humans surviving against yeti’s is terrific so the plot overall is nice, the initial phase is bit confusing but gets settled after few pages.
The idea of yeti(or monsters) may not be much unique in movies but to bring it a novel it requires imagination with a proper narration which is present in this book.
Author have used various locations for the story from jungles, mountains and rivers and description of each of them is amazing. Characters are equally good especially of Bhirendi who is the elderly last of the Kasis.
Language isn’t that free flowing but good enough to understand and writing style is bit confusing at times. The cover here isn’t a more glorious one but it still describes what we can explore inside.
Overall the story is full of action and I loved the shifting of locations from author at ease.
The book should surely be read by fantasy and adventure readers.
I will rate it ⭐⭐⭐⭐
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