Devolution: A Firsthand Account of the Rainier Sasquatch Massacre

by Brooks, Max (Author)

ISBN: 9781984826787

The #1 New York Times bestselling author of World War Z reinvents the Bigfoot legend with a thriller that blends fact and fiction, natural and supernatural-human and beast.

When Max Brooks first came across the news story, he dismissed it as just another piece of tabloid clickbait. Bigfoot Destroys Town. Come on.

Then he stumbled upon victim Kate Holland's journals, recovered from the wreckage-her day-by-day, firsthand account of what happened. A hoax? Maybe. The ranger who found the carnage sure seems to be convinced, though. As is Kate's brother, who is sure that Kate is still alive out there, somewhere...

Kate's story takes place in the community of Greenloop, a high-end, high-tech planned community nestled in the woods of the Pacific Northwest. The place is a technocrat's back-to-nature paradise: solar-powered smart houses, daily yoga, sustainable fruit orchards, weekly drone deliveries, and an unparalleled view of the mountains.

When Mt. Rainier erupts nearby, blanketing the Northwest in ash and cutting off the rural enclave from civilization, the paradise slowly turns into a nightmare. As the community struggles with the day-to-day requirements of survival, they notice that wildlife is fleeing the woods en masse...and among them, glimpses of humanoid beasts straight out of local legend, growing closer-and hungrier-with each passing day.

In these pages, Max has faithfully reproduced Kate's account, interspered with his interviews and commentary on the attack, and on the Bigfoot legend itself-leaving it to the reader to decide whether her tale is truth or fiction.

A chilling experience from bestselling author Max Brooks, Devolution is a Bigfoot story like none you've seen before.

Story Locale: the wilds of the Pacific Northwest HarperCollins US Winter 2020 Adult Compilation

Format: Hardcover, 304 pages

Publisher: Del Rey, May 2020

Product Dimensions: 9.3 L × 6.1 W × 0 H

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