Kaiju Canyon

S.T. Cartledge


Kaiju Canyon

Kaiju Canyon

  • Title: Kaiju Canyon
  • Author: S.T. Cartledge
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Kindle Edition



When a hunting expedition goes missing during a freak earthquake in the Australian Outback, the Alice Springs Police Department sends out a search team to find the missing hunters Instead, the rescue party discovers a newly formed canyon in the heart of the Outback Nothing could have prepared them for the horror that awaits them as they find themselves besieged by gigantWhen a hunting expedition goes missing during a freak earthquake in the Australian Outback, the Alice Springs Police Department sends out a search team to find the missing hunters Instead, the rescue party discovers a newly formed canyon in the heart of the Outback Nothing could have prepared them for the horror that awaits them as they find themselves besieged by gigantic flying monsters and mutant lizards Kaiju Canyon is an action packed journey into primordial terror, where every step you take may be your last.


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S.T. Cartledge returns to offbeat fiction with a fast-paced tale of a rescue party gone horribly wrongke truly, horribly wrongke the worst things that could possibly happen HAPPEN kind of wrong. While the first half of the book has you hoping the missing persons are found completely intact, the last half has you throwing all that out and hoping at least SOMEBODY makes it out alive! The story flows at breakneck pace and will leave you wanting more. Which brings me to my only complaint: the story [...]

An amusingly schlocky over-the-top action/horror novella about giant monsters in the outback from my fellow Perth resident Shane Cartledge, Kaiju Canyon also fits like a glove into the Severed Press lineup. One look at their webpage shows their propensity for cheesy monster books of every stripe - kaiju, sea monsters, zombies, fighting mechs and so on.There are some fun ideas here, but as a young author Shane will need a lot more experience under his belt to pull them off. It needs a great deal [...]

Drawn to this book because I love the idea of an Australia centric kaiju story, and because I bought it straight for the author himself. Despite its short size, I hoped for an interesting take on giant monsters.What I read was closer to a novelization of the Sharknado movies, but without the fun and camp. Cartledge wrote Kaiju Canyon very very straight, even when it forced its monsters names on you it tried to take itself seriously. It was schlocky, stiff and none of the characters really clicke [...]

What​ ​I​ ​know​ ​of​ ​Shane​ ​Cartledge’s​ ​writing​ ​generally​ ​lies​ ​within​ ​surreal​ ​and​ ​dreamy​ ​bizarro​ ​ala Day​ ​of​ ​the​ ​Milkman​ ​and​ ​House​ ​Hunter.​ ​His​ ​story​ ​“​Wizard​ ​and​ ​Robot​ ​in​ ​the​ ​Land​ ​of​ ​Sand​ ​and Bones”​​ ​from​ ​The​ ​Four​ ​Gentlemen​ ​of​ ​the​ ​Apocalypse​ ​is​ ​one​ ​of [...]

This one starts out with a solid punch, and keeps slamming fists until the finish. It reminds me of some of the grittier old giant monster films that didn't get overly science fiction, silly, or weird. Concentrates well on action, big monsters eating people, and everything else it should. Solid all around.

Not BadOkay. This book started off with promises. Some were fulfilled and the others were not. Too many unanswered questions and maybe a cliffhanger. There was no funny parts at all. Just dark and depressing. Read at your own risk. Hopefully there will be more character development in next book.


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