"This book was full of good story telling, brutal moments, and truly terrifying creatures! Any fans of grief horror, creature features, crypids, and survivialism will find this to be a satisfying novella. I need more Bigfoot horrors! "
"I absolutely loved it and it was exactly how I imagine Bigfoots living. The characters are well developed and the imagery put me right there in the story. There’s action, blood & gore, along with a real life situation, and of course there’s Bigfoot’s Revenge! I could totally see this being a movie.."
"I recommend this book to all fans of the horror genre but especially those looking for a woodsy creature feature. I had a damn good time reading this one. It really wet my appetite for more bigfoot stories."
"I thought it'd be a fun campy story, but I was pleasantly surprised to find the characters well developed and the plot more intricate than expected. This little book had grief, some folklore and strong male friendship."
"This creature feature is the perfect combination of complex relationships, secrets of OH SO MANY kinds and a plethora of rip roaring revenge tactics that have you rooting for Bigfoot the entire time - or at least I did. "
"A quick novella coming in at just 139 pages, The Easton Falls Massacre is much deeper than expected. It’s a proper monster story that plays with human emotion and isn’t afraid to gross you out, all in an aspiration to impart a lesson about the typically straightforward roles of “good” and “evil.”"
"...I think that over time Bigfoot/Sasquatch stopped being taken seriously as a frightening monster. But the Bigfoot clan in this story are hulking, enormous, odiferous, and powerfully strong - they remind you that a reality in which these creatures existed would be utterly terrifying should you find yourself pitted against them."
"Do not be fooled by the size of this book. While under 100 pages, The Easton Fall's Massacre: Bigfoot's Revenge is packed with love, grief, & betrayal as well as intense survival instincts for fear of a heinous, violent, and painful death. It gets a hairy gruesome 4⭐ from me!"
"What’s most delicious about Easton Falls is its well-crafted employment of the trope that appears in the best classic creature features. A character might have escaped demise by a ferocious creature, but what if that creature is only one of many? And what if the others in its clan come to enact their revenge?