IT IS REAL . . .
Some call it a spirit, a demon. Others, an all-consuming force of nature. According to Cree legend, it goes by the name of Wendigo. For a hundred years it has been sleeping. Resting beneath the earth. Buried in a godless no-man's-land known as Resurrection Pass . . .
IT IS RISING . . .
Led by half-Cree guide Jake Trueblood, a clandestine team of exploratory miners enter a remote valley in the Canadian wilderness. Searching for veins of untapped rare earth elements, they begin drilling into the spongy soils of the forest--and uncover something unbelievably large, unspeakably grotesque, and inexplicably alive . . .
IT IS RAVENOUS.
Within seconds, all hell breaks loose. Giant grasping tendrils shoot out of the earth. Poisonous spores explode into the air. And the horrified miners become a living, screaming feast for the biggest, hungriest creature the world has ever seen. Jake Trueblood and a young ecologist named Rachel barely escape with their lives, only to confront the Okitchawa , a murderous group of local Cree infuriated by the presence of the mining team. But even if they can escape the Okitchawa , Jake and Rachel's ordeal is far from over. The nightmare is just beginning . . . to feed .
New York : Pinnacle Books, 2017
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