Man Monster A monster stalks the ancient forestsIt s and Cole Seavey is a trapper running from a guilty past seeking refuge on the vast American frontier Lost in a raging storm he finds himself face to fa

  • Title: Man & Monster
  • Author: MichaelJensen
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  • A monster stalks the ancient forestsIt s 1799, and Cole Seavey is a trapper running from a guilty past, seeking refuge on the vast American frontier Lost in a raging storm, he finds himself face to face with a terrifying, otherworldly creature that seems to have emerged from a nightmare.Cole is saved from certain death by a handsome Delaware Indian named Pakim TogetheA monster stalks the ancient forestsIt s 1799, and Cole Seavey is a trapper running from a guilty past, seeking refuge on the vast American frontier Lost in a raging storm, he finds himself face to face with a terrifying, otherworldly creature that seems to have emerged from a nightmare.Cole is saved from certain death by a handsome Delaware Indian named Pakim Together they learn that the monster is the fearsome Wendigo from native legends a creature with a heart of ice, drawn to the evil of men.Soon the Wendigo is terrorizing the frontier settler and Indian alike and Cole and Pakim join together to defeat the mysterious monster In the process, Cole finds himself falling for the strapping brave and the promise of a new life together Unfortunately, the legends say that the Wendigo can only be killed by another creature with a heart of ice But how can Cole hope to defeat the monster if it means denying the love he s finally allowed himself to feel Man Monster, which the Midwest Book Review calls a spell binding story that is half mystery and half horror, is the second book in the Savage Land, a series that celebrates the untold gay history of the American frontier Man Monster is for fans of Harper Fox, Jerry Cole, K.J Charles, and Mary Renault, as well as anyone who enjoys pulse pounding suspense and romance.Man Monster was previously published under the title Firelands.

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    1. MichaelJensen

      Sign up for my newsletter and get Man Beast for free I am an author, editor, and lover of all things dark chocolate My books of gay historical fiction include two series, The Drowning World, which is set in 5500 B.C and The Savage Land, which takes place on the American frontier Man Monster, the second book in The Savage Land series, was a Lambda Award Finalist under the title Firelands.I also co founded AfterElton, which covered pop culture for gay and bisexual men, and eventually became one of the largest and most influential LGBT websites on the internet In 2006, AfterElton was sold to MTV Viacom As editor, I interviewed hundreds of writers, directors, and actors, breaking numerous stories and advancing the issue of LGBT visibility in Hollywood I also created the Big Gay Fiction Giveaway, which helped tens of thousands of readers find great new voices in MM fiction My preferred genres are historical fiction which I write and science fiction which I m not scientific enough to write, so I just read I assume this says something about how I view the present, as I apparently seem to eager to escape it I live in Seattle, WA with my husband, writer Brent Hartinger, the author of the amazing Russel Middlebrook series that started with Geography Club and has continued on through the The Futon Years I love hearing from readers so don t be shy about getting in touch.

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    1. Man Monster The Savage Land, 2 is a blast of an historical fiction, m m romance, horror novel Cole Cold Hearted Seavey meets up with the characters fromMan Beast The Savage Land, 1 , out on the Ohio Frontier, circa 1799 Namely John Chapman, Johnny Appleseed , and Pakim, our handsome Delaware Brave Pakim rescues Cole after he finds him badly injured as the result of an attack An attack from what is the question especially after this creature begins to attack Hugh s Lick the small settlement that [...]

    2. Man Monster was previously published under the title Firelands and is the second book in the Savage Land series It could be read as a stand alone, but as always, I recommend to start with the very beginning You ll better understand the background story and historical settings Even if the first person narrator Cole Seavey appears in the series the first time, most of the secondary characters are the old acquaintances from the first book John Chapman, Palmer, Gwennie and of course Pakim If you rea [...]

    3. Ah, I can t lie, I liked this book much less than Man Beast But the book itself isn t worse than the first one, and I m sure most readers will love it just as much or even The plot was fascinating A wonderful mixture of genres adventure, and horror, and mystery, and a little bit of romance Some twists were a total surprise, at least for me or in some cases, I thought I knew the answer, and then was misled in the best way and in the end what happened came completely unexpected view spoiler I m p [...]

    4. I saw a black clad creature in a peaked hat, its terrible mouth open in a silent scream After reading the synopsis of this book, I was afraid that the tone of the story would be very different comparing to the first one Fortunately the style didn t change much and the only difference between the two books is that while the first one was focused on the historical aspect by showing us how the conditions were in the American frontier, Man Monster focuses in the thriller elements.The basic emotion [...]

    5. Man and MonsterBy Michael JensenBK Books, 2017Cover design by DamonzaISBN 9781370947263Four and a half starsI don t suppose a lot of people have read James Feni Cooper He wrote The Pioneers in 1823, but Cooper set his tale in the middle of New York State in the 1790s If you visit Cooperstown today, home of the Baseball Hall of Fame, it s hard to imagine how wild and isolated it was two hundred years ago Michael Jensen sets his second Savage Land book in the 1790s hundreds of miles west on the Oh [...]

    6. This is the first book I ve read by Michael Jensen, but it won t be the last It s well written, and it drew me in and gripped my attention all the way through.This is not a historical romance Although there is an underlying love story, it s secondary to the adventure and mystery This is a historical thriller will plenty of heart stopping, stomach dropping moments as the characters battle for their survival.The characters are fantastic Cole describes himself as being cold hearted, but even from t [...]

    7. A Joyfully Jay review 4 starsMan Monster is the second in the Savage Land series, but can easily be read as a standalone novel It was a mixture of action, myth, and violence and all of it rolled up into an enjoyable, though uneven story Cole is our narrator and through his eyes we see the rise of an apparent Wendigo, a demonic spirit, usually confined to the colder climates of the north This creature tears through the barely habitable town of Hugh s Lick, killing anyone and everyone This reign o [...]

    8. Although the author uses a mythological creature to create the story s villain this is a straight historical story rather than paranormal Again set in the Western frontier in the 18th century, Cole is headed to find his brother when he stumbles over the mutilated body of a young woman, a hungry cougar and ultimately a monster In his escape he gets lost, and us rescued by Pakim, an Indian brave who helps him and takes him to the local settlement where we meet up with John and the others from book [...]

    9. This book like its predecessor was filled with action and adventure At first you don t think it has anything to do with the previous book but then you are surprised when things change I liked the incorporation of the Native American monsters and Supernatural elements Unlike the first book it is a slow build into the relationships but I think that gives for a satisfying character development It is a great continuation of the series and I would like to see if the author ever writes any I would h [...]

    10. I enjoyed the book very much due the book kept your attention on the edge and there was not so much sexual as most book but what was there you have to use your imagination to figure what happen.The characters were well written and brought to life in a way you felt you knew them and was wanted the best for them.If I could give stars I would

    11. Man Monster is the second installment in the Savage Land series it will take you on a journey into the unsettled territory of western Ohio, in 1799, with pioneers and Indians trying to build a better world But, it s not so easy, what with the beliefs and prejudices in both cultures.Cole Cold Blooded Seavey is on a journey to find his brother and only living relative, Gerard, and is also avoiding a marriage he never wanted He has a plan that will enable him to find a new place to settle and becom [...]

    12. Man Monster is book two in Michael Jensen s The Savage Land Series Though this is book two you can read it as a standalone.Man Monster, like book one Man Beast is a terrific mix of suspense, mystery, and a bit of horror too Like I had said in my review for book one, frontier stories are pretty new to me I never gravitated toward them and had a hard time finding the appeal of them Little House on the Prairie is as close as I came to entertaining myself with that time period But I took a chance wi [...]

    13. As it turns out I can deal with super natural horror quite a bit better than with sociopathic, evil serial killers I enjoyed this book I mean, I knew from the first book that I would like the writing but I am a huge scaredy cat and I don t really enjoy the cathartic elements of horror Because usually there is no catharsis for me, only images in my head that have no place to be there, which IMHO is quite the opposite Still, yeah, no, I enjoyed this book one of the main reasons being that it s not [...]

    14. I enjoyed this book than I enjoyed the first one, and while reading the first book I was very engaged and I really fell for the book s characters But this book was even better on that plane since it involved new characters as well as old beloved ones The plot was really intriguing and I couldn t put the book down.

    15. Amazing mystery.Loved the time period, the characters and the twisting action A great read I highly recommend both books, together or alone

    16. This is my review of Man Monster, by Michael Jensne, from my M M Romance Books Blog, OJ He Say.Click the links below to see the whole review and .Man Monster, by Michael Jensen at OJ He Say fter reading Man Beast I knew I d come across an author that would join my list of go to authors Now after reading Man Monster there is no doubt in my mind that Mr Jensen is one of a few, a rare breed of author, with an incredible story telling ability.His ability to so eloquently tell the story of what gay p [...]

    17. Terrific sequel to Man and Beast Pitch perfect re placing the reader in its historical time, place, and attitudes Loved the blending of mythology and reality Exciting and highly satisfying read.

    18. Disclaimer This book was provided for free by the author in exchange for an honest review via the M M Romance Group s Don t Buy My Love Program.3.5 starsThe book s strongest point was probably its historical setting of the American frontier, which was interesting and well enhanced with the bits of Native American myths and minutiae The suspense element worked well enough while I suspected view spoiler things with Gerard and Stich were not as they seemed from the start, the mystery unfolded in a [...]

    19. Cole Seavey knew it might not be the best idea to venture west on his own But he needed to get away from his life back east and he figured he might see if he could catch up with his brother out on the frontier But a run in with a cougar as he tried to save a young child in the middle of the woods left him in the path of a much dangerous and mysterious creature And it also left him on the run without any of his supplies He s saved by a Delaware Indian name Pakim and he quickly finds himself pull [...]

    20. Wendigo whispers of the legendary myth bring chills to those who know Jensen has done it again with this second book in his Savage Land series Man and Monster is a masterful genre blend of M M romance, historical, and horror There s plenty of page turning action in this thrilling sequel.

    21. Thoroughly enjoyed this second book I had an idea about the monster but there were so many things that I did not expect at all Cole s self doubt and being torn between two lives was very real It was really nice to see some returning characters as well I was afraid that they weren t going to be in there I can t really say much without this being spoiler free but it s truly a great book that I had trouble putting down.

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