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Formed a billion years ago, the Appalachian's Black Mountain hosts a terrible legend. Only one elder remains to guard its long-forgotten, deadly secret and there is a fear that there is evil lurking again. Some hikers have gone missing, and the rescue team sent to search for them has not returned. Meanwhile, in nearby Asheville, Professor Matt Kearns is drawn into the mystery of an ancient artifact recovered from the mountainside, and an image too grotesque to be real.
A survivor is then found half-alive, covered in blood - blood revealed to be not quite human. Alex must confront an age-old enemy of man and discover the truth about his past, and confront the horror that stalks the frozen mountain, and also the one haunting his very soul. Easily my favourite alex hunter book followed closely by gorgon.
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The Alex Hunter series just gets better and better with each book. This is the 4th book in The Arcadian Alex Hunter series after reading and listening to the other audiobooks this one did not disappoint, it was a sit on the edge of you seat and enjoy the roller coaster ride. Full of action, suspense and surprises. I love listening to Sean Mangan he had a great style and never disappoints great narraton. Would you consider the audio edition of Black Mountain to be better than the print version?
Comparing the audio to the print edition is akin to asking someone if they liked the movie or the book. It's all down to the performance, and the reader does a great job, so it's a great audio. How does this one compare?
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I've listened to other Greig Beck performances by Sean Mangan, and echoing my review title, this is the best yet. Any additional comments? I had read several reviews of this book that criticized the plot line where Alex is being pursued by several different agencies as detracting from the main story. Jul 17, Ray rated it it was amazing. Great book. An adventure from start to finish.
This book picked up nicely from the last Alex Hunter book and simply didn't stop with the action. Alex awakes from a medical induced coma to know that his surroundings don't seem familiar but there is something familiar with the people who are "caring" for him. Little does he know he was put in a cryogenic state to try and rid him of an "virus" that has reduced other mere mortals to slime. The action doesn't stop and there are thrills in every page of this book. Loved this action packed story and how it makes you question some of the things you see in the media.
Oct 03, Sabrena rated it really liked it Shelves: mythological , drama , paranormal , historical. My favorite character in the book is Thomas Red Cloud. I love his attitude even when things look bad. This book is about letting a monster out of the inner caves of Black Mountain. A monster that sounds like Bigfoot. Alex Hunter also known as The Arcadian.
A man that has been altered so he is like Captain America. A super human, with strength and speed. Alex is drawn to Black Mountain, because he can hear his mother calling him. I do like the history that Greig Beck adds to his stories. All the c My favorite character in the book is Thomas Red Cloud. All the characters in the book gives a vivid detail of the story told. Feb 22, Richard rated it really liked it. Examples like this happen throughout this book, and also the other books. Again honestly I have enjoyed this series so far and hope I will enjoy the rest. May 12, Kim rated it liked it Shelves: library-internet-has.
I was more interested in the 'Black Mountain' part of the story than the spy business. I also kept wondering why none of the experts thought about this 'bigfoot' being alone, where was his mate, family, etc.
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Why only one? Love the war, action, adventure golour, horror, and monsters in all these books. God Please make more. I'm addicted, and I need more. Thank you Lorrie Aug 21, Lee Belbin rated it really liked it.
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Another adventure on steroids with the monsters and the supermen in this case, and the usual romantic moments. A good read but one does wonder about the ease of 'cleaning up the bodies'. Oct 08, Alex rated it it was ok. Didn't find this thrilling. Jun 23, Nyssa rated it liked it Shelves: nature-n-scifi , horror , Still as good as the first book, but I liked it better than the last one! Sep 03, Michael rated it really liked it Shelves: audiobook. Unbelievable but exciting. Book is interesting enough that I finished it in one day - although it stretches believability to the breaking point.
Dec 24, Priya rated it it was amazing. This book is awesome, fantastic, mind-blowing and many other superlatives. The author has taken one of the most popular legends - that of Bigfoot - and given it a brilliant twist, turning what could have been a very typical story into something endlessly interesting.
My first thought when I started reading was: It's story about Sasquatch being real - what's not to like? I soon began to realize that it was a lot more than just that. It is at times hard to follow a book when there are too many sub This book is awesome, fantastic, mind-blowing and many other superlatives.