Posted by: Guy Edwards on December 21st, 2013
|Kultus: Kirk Sigurdson’s 5th Novel|
As editor of BigfootLunchClub.com, I have read about every Bigfoot book out there (fiction and non-fiction). With the exception of Shady Neighbors and Eve, many times the fiction novels can fall a little short. Kultus stands right besidxe these exceptional novels and definitely sets the bar for Bigfoot literature.
Kultus is the fifth novel written by Kirk. It touches upon the universal nature of love, sentience, and the sustainability of resources in a world burdened with an ever-growing human population. A surprising amount of research from the fields of anthropology and cryptozoology helps to enrich the story with realistic details. Like Upton Sinclair’s, The Jungle, Kultus has the power to transform society for the better. Its social commentary about non-human intelligence is at once captivating, and also chilling.
Psychology reduces to biology, all biology to chemistry, chemistry to physics, and finally physics to mathematical logic.