Book review: Bigfoot Crank Stomp
By Pat Douglas
Bigfoot Crank Stomp by Erik Williams (pictured below) is a fast-paced frenzy of chaos and fun. I first picked up this book because of the title and the cover. That’s right… you can judge me. I judge books by their covers, but what can I say? I enjoy seeing decent artwork. If it looks tacky to you, the content inside probably is too, but this title and cover had me sold. The concept was also great. Who doesn’t want to read a book about bigfoot killing people while on meth?
Like I said, it’s fast paced (with plenty of blood and guts). And yes, plenty of meth. In the starting two chapters it got a little confusing because it introduced a sizable number of people. Once I got past that point I was able to pick up on who was who and enjoy every last breath each one of them took in their dying days. If you are looking for a quick read that leaves you laughing, gritting your teeth, and shocked, all that the same time – this book is where it’s at!
One more thing… in the last few chapters of the book I was beginning to feel let down. But just wait. That very final chapter brings it home and leaves you smiling when you finally close the book.
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