Eric S. Brown - Bigfoot War
i don't know. it was full of violence and mayhem and crytozoology gone feral, but i didn't really connect with the book, perhaps because the first few people we meet get squished, and then so does everybody else, and the only survivor is some dude that shows up in the last 10% of the book.
i think i might have enjoyed it more if at least one person made it all the way. the alky coach would have been the best, if not the vengeance kid. someone who we meet right at the start and follow the story through, like Ripley in Aliens, or Danny from Red Dawn. the way the book is broken into several POV's hurts a little, as they're fast and there is very little in the way of introduction to the characters, most of them just to establish the ferocity of the sasquatch tribe.
the book was also a very short read. VERY short. it suffered a bit from editing woes. nothing really overt, but clumsy sentence structure and often-repeated words made for a slightly frustrating read. i suppose part of that might be the internal editor, who never shuts up now.