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Devoured

Rena Marin

Publisher: Crazy Ink

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Summary

What started out as an ordinary camping trip quickly turns dark when a group of teenagers hits the quirky, wooded town of Escape, Colorado. Known for its hiking trails and legends about a shifting creature that lives in the woods, the teens never expected to come face to face with it. But that was then. 
This is now. 
It's tall. It has razor-like teeth. Its tangled claws have a reach longer than its rectangular face. 
And confronted with a monster unlike anything the teens have ever read about, they have two choices: outsmart or be devoured…

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