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Terror Peak: Can You Survive the Mountain?

Terror Peak: Can You Survive the Mountain?

by Edward J. McFadden III

FBT review:

Looking for a thrilling and suspenseful indie book to add to your reading list? Look no further than "Terror Peak: Can You Survive the Mountain?" by Edward J. McFadden III. Set in the rugged Rocky Mountains, this mystery thriller follows former pro snowboarder Charles 'Chance' Hance as he battles his drug addiction and seeks answers to his grandfather's mysterious death on the treacherous Abominable Peak. What starts as a fun week with his old crew turns into a fight for survival when Chance becomes entangled with an ancient horror that lurks in the shadows. Join Chance as he hunts down yeti-like creatures and confronts his deepest fears in this gripping tale. Get your adrenaline pumping and dive into this page-turner now!

Publisher Description:

Abominable Peak is the gnarliest hill in the Rocky Mountains. Only hardcore boarders and skiers ride there. No groomed trail posers allowed. Skill, moxie, and money rule. Not this season.

Former pro snowboarder Charles ‘Chance’ Hance is running from a drug addiction triggered by an injury, struggling with no longer being a pro, and chasing the ghost of his grandfather who died on the peak under suspicious circumstances. Riding is an addiction, and pain killers aren’t the only things that made him a junkie.

What was supposed to be a fun week with his old crew turns tragic when Chance is caught in an avalanche and barely escapes nature’s fury…and something more.

An ancient horror prowls the peak.

Chance’s obsessions shift as he hunts the yeti-like creatures, and is forced to fight for his life.

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