• Primal

  • (A Prehistoric Thriller) Bick Downs, Book 3
  • By: Michael Esola
  • Narrated by: Jeffrey S. Fellin
  • Length: 14 hrs and 40 mins
  • 3.8 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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Primal

By: Michael Esola
Narrated by: Jeffrey S. Fellin
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Bick Downs and the Society of Cryptozoological Agents are dropped into the lush bamboo forests of Vietnam. They are searching for Gigantopithecus, the largest primate that has ever existed. But what they find deep and entangled amongst the trees is not the reclusive giant that roamed the bamboo forests of Southeast Asia several million years ago. Instead, they find something else entirely. The animal has evolved.

©2019 Michael Esola (P)2021 Michael Esola

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unrealistic

has to be written by a city dweller for city dwellers as characters and plot could never happen, ever

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Great story! Horrible editing job

As an amateur paleontologist, I found the premise of this story fascinating! The cast of characters also fascinating and fairly well developed. Unfortunately between the author and the editor, they manage to for some reason feel the need to go in depth into certain characters back stories right in the middle of major events in the story itself! That along with numerous useless in-depth description of meaningless thoughts that the characters may or may not be having and suppositions by characters regarding other characters thoughts and whether or not they have any way of knowing what the other character might be thinking were befuddling and frustrating to see the very least! These meaningless and numerous ramblings pepper throughout the book would have prompted me to stop it and ask for a refund of my credit. However I must say that the story in and of it’s self was intriguing enough to convince me to push on through completion. Just prepare yourself for frustrated ramblings that should’ve been edited out well before publishing

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  • Billy Barton
  • 05-16-21

Don't bother ...

The book should have been about 3-4 hours long ... the other 10 hours is nothing but repetition ... if the author was being paid by the word he stole 3/4 of the money he was paid lolol