Five Star Review: Eye of the Predator by Matthew Pallamary
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Category: Horror, Occult, Suspense
Erik Simpson is a brilliant young zoologist who has no memory of his life before the age of sixteen. Trained by his aging foster father, a world renowned zoologist, Erik astounds his colleagues with his insights into animal behavior. As his thirtieth birthday approaches, Erik has a recurring dream of stumbling through the Amazon jungle, hunted by a black jaguar. One night he dreams of the hunt, first as an observer, then as the jaguar itself on the prowl in California’s High Sierras where he comes upon campers and mauls them in a savage frenzy. The next day he receives a call from the National Park Service asking for assistance investigating a bizarre animal attack. When he goes to the camp site, he recognizes it from his dream and tells the authorities that it was a jaguar, and shows them precisely how it happened. His quest for the truth leads him into a murky world of magical plants and ancient shamanic rituals that ultimately bring him face to face with the enigmatic mystery of his past. Review by Stormi:
I want to say thank you for the opportunity to review this book. This book was great. It had a great flow and was written very well. It kept me on the edge of my seat from the first page till the very last. I personally love animals and I wish I had this mans abilities. This book really made me feel like I was a part of the story. The descriptions were amazing and made each animal seem so real. Like I WAS indeed them. This is definitely a book that I enjoyed and would recommend.