Deep in the isolated Northwest Territories, four friends are on the trip of a lifetime. Dropped by helicopter into the remote Canadian wilderness, Hutch, Terry, Phil, and David are looking to escape the events of a tumultuous year - a bitter divorce, bankruptcy, depression, and job loss - for two weeks of hunting, fishing, and camping. Armed only with a bow and arrow and the basics for survival, they’ve chosen a place far from civilization, a retreat from their turbulent lives.
But they quickly discover that another group has targeted the remote region and the secluded hamlet of Fiddler Falls for a more menacing purpose: to field-test the ultimate weapon. With more than a week before the helicopter rendezvous and no satellite phone, they must risk everything to help the townspeople who are being held hostage and terrorized.
- This story is very disturbing
I listened to this book till the end, but it was very disturbing. I could not believe I was listening to a "christian" title. The plot is interesting, but twisted. There are graphic deaths throughout with only a few survivors in the end. As far as the story goes, it was interesting and kept you guessing till the end, but it was very violent.