A man quits his job and sets out on a journey after his mother passes away. He gets caught up in an ancient mystery with a mystical monster at the center of it.
The review of this Book prepared by cacto
Suspicions surround the disappearance of the ancient Anasazi Indian tribe. The story sends two people on a race against time to stop the evil creature, believed to be the Mogollon Monster, from destroying all civilization.
The review of this Book prepared by Jolene Reed-Meeks
Signet, Sep 2002, 6.99, 354
He leaves his job in California on Friday fully expecting to return on Monday. However when Glen Ridgeway travels to Kingman, Arizona to sell some land his parents left him he decides he wants to do a little traveling and take a vacation from his life. In Springerville Arizona, he sees some Indian ruins and accepts a job as an intern on an archeological dig in nearby Bower.
The dig is unusual even before Glen arrives. The site has yielded up a pouch of Greek money, a Saxon children's toy and a figurine with a mummified children's hand attached to it. The day Glen starts working, a woman finds a shard of pottery with her face on it. Glen finds the head of a being that is neither human nor animal but something evil. All across the southwest, strange events are occurring at Anasazi ruins, and museums and digs housing their artifacts. Glen and others are coming to believe the thing that wiped out the Anasazi is coming back and they must find a way to deal with it or become eradicated too.
Bentley Little is a master of horror on a par with Koontz and King (perhaps if he changed his name to Kittle he would obtain the sales and praise he deserves). The RETURN is one man's theory of why the Anasazi civilization was wiped out and his imagination is so powerful that readers will believe it too. After reading this novel, the audience will keep the lights on day and night.
The review of this Book prepared by Harriet Klausner