Y is for Yeti

Posted April 29, 2015 in A-Z Challenge / Leave a comment!

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Yeti [yet-ee]

noun

1. Abominable Snowman: a legendary large, hairy, humanoid creature said to inhabit the Himalayas.

origin

1950-55; < the Tibetan language of the Sherpas

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Featured Yeti:

The closest I could find was the big scary snow monster from Frostbitten by Kelley Armstrong. He seemed pretty yeti like to me though. I find all her monsters and even the paranormal creatures, are incredibly done. Seriously, if you haven’t picked this book up yet I strongly suggest you do so. Especially if you love intense, well written characters and crazy plots. And if you’re a fan of yetis of course.

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Summary: The Alaskan wilderness is a harsh landscape in the best of conditions, but with a pack of rogue werewolves on the loose, it’s downright deadly.

Elena Michaels, the Pack’s chief enforcer, knows all too well the havoc “mutts” can wreak.

When word comes of a series of humans apparently killed by wolves near Anchorage, Elena and Clay are sent to check things out. But they find more than they bargained for among the snow and trees of the savage Alaskan wilderness.

Are they’re any real yeti books? If so let me know! Happy reading!

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4 responses to “Y is for Yeti

  1. The stories of Yeti style creature from all over the world are fascinating, I recently saw a documentary series about them and see why people believe they are real.

  2. That’s because your Abominable Snowman comes from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Stephen. (Mine, too.) I cannot help but think of the old MySpace: The Movie, and the blind date with “Yeti” (pronounced – incorrectly – “Yeetah”).

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