MOMO

Mark Taylor thinks he and his son, Evan need some quality time together. But as darkness falls, their stay becomes a terrifying fight for survival against a savage night creature straight out of the annals of cryptozoology.

In the wake of his father’s death, Mark Taylor thinks he and his son, Evan need some quality time together. He is certain that a weekend at the family cabin in the Missouri woodland presents the perfect opportunity and will strengthen their bond. But as darkness falls, their stay becomes a terrifying fight for survival against a savage night creature straight out of the annals of cryptozoology, with little more than faith, desperate courage and a single cabin door providing their only means of defense.

With Mark badly injured, dawn too far away, their generator running out of power, and no means of calling for help, they are ultimately left with a single heart-rending option that might let one of them survive to see another day.

This was a fantastic novella! I have never heard of a Inspirational thriller before and I was a little apprehensive about reading it. Mostly because I felt like it was going to be too preachy and I’m just not into books like that. They usually feel like they try to hard to be inspirational. This book however did not come off as preachy at all! In fact I highlighted a few of the sentences to keep for myself because they were great.

— Ashley Tomlinsin

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Leah Burchfiel
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Leah Burchfiel

Pffft. “Momo” is just way too kawaii of a name to inspire fear. Momo is the cute flying lemur from ATLA. It means “peach” in Japanese. That is not a scary word.

Though that cover does remind me of the special chimera from Fullmetal Alchemist, and that puts the subliminal screaming in the phrase “Let’s go play.”