Book Review Of The Alpha Yeti By The Author With The Pen Name Of SUM

Book Review Of The Alpha Yeti By The Author With The Pen Name Of SUM

  • Publisher: AuthorHouse    UK

  • Publication Year: 2018

  • ISBN-10: 9781546292081

  • ISBN-13: 978-1546292081

  • Pages: 228

  • Rating: 3.5 on 5


When I was provided the opportunity to review “The Alpha Yeti”, I was not really sure about what the book would be about. The fact that the author was only known by the pen name SUM, further added to my dilemma. Even the cover page design, which was just an artistic representation of the title, did not reveal anything about the books contents. So, I started reading the book with great curiosity and eagerness.
The Alpha Yeti tells the tale of the tribe of Kasis, who are being threatened by unbelievingly terrifying occurrences. The suffering and trepidation faced by the tribe is from the extremely aggressive white giants, who have lately started to roll down the White Mountain in large numbers. This forces one of their elderly members to suggest shifting of the entire tribe to Ravaial, the relatively safe underground chambers. However, as the situation continues to deteriorate, the Kasis hire a group of best hunters from the west. Unfortunately, matters complicate further as one of the hunters freaks out and ends up abducting the daughter of a once famous but currently estranged member of the group. Will the hunters be able to resolve their differences and save the Kasis or will they be perished by the giants of the White Mountain?
The Alpha Yeti is an action-packed novel that fulfills the promise of a great adventure and thrill. The author needs to be applauded for the style of narration and also for maintaining the level of suspense throughout the book. However, the variation and development of the characters and the manner in which the story flows are not quite up to the mark. Overall, the book is a good read for people who love action and thrill and are looking for something unique. I wish SUM all the very best for the success of this book.
I received a copy from Writersmelon in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.’