MOMO



[KINDLE] ✽ MOMO By Kevin M. Kraft – E17streets4all.co.uk From Kevin M Kraft, author of THE W CREW and S A CONTEMPORARY RELIGIOUS FANTASY, comes a thrilling novella, based on his award winning screenplay, with as much suspense as it does soul and as much te From Kevin M Kraft, author of THE WCREW and S A CONTEMPORARY RELIGIOUS FANTASY, comes a thrilling novella, based on his award winning screenplay, with as much suspense as it does soul and as much terror as it touches the heart A father and son, on a weekend jaunt to the family cabin in the Missouri woodland, find themselves in a fight for survival a single night against a savage creature straight from the annals of cryptozoology with courage, faith and a single cabin door as their only defense With dawn so far away, their generator running out of power and no means of calling for help, will these things be enough to allow even one of them to see another day Soon to be a major motion picture.MOMO

Kevin M Kraft is a novelist, award winning screenwriter, motion picture producer, director and actor and CEO of Heaven s Wheel in Kansas City, Missouri where he lives with his wife and children.

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  • MOMO
  • Kevin M. Kraft
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  • 08 August 2017
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10 thoughts on “MOMO

  1. says:

    Synposis MOMO is based on Kevin M Kraft s award winning screenplay on the fractured relationship between a father and son Mark Taylor thinks a weekend at the family cabin in the Missouri woodland is the perfecting bonding opportunity with his son, Evan But as darkness falls, their stay becomes a terrifying fight for survival against a savage creature that is a cross from the urban legend Big Foot and Yeti Armed with faith and courage they fight to make it through the night.I enjoyed the sub Synposis MOMO is based on Kevin M Kraft s award winning screenplay on the fractured relationship between a father and son Mark Taylor thinks a weekend at the family cabin in the Missouri woodland is the perfecting bonding opportunity with his son, Evan But as darkness falls, their stay becomes a terrifying fight for survival against a savage creature that is a cross from the urban legend Big Foot and Yeti Armed with faith and courage they fight to make it through the night.I enjoyed the subtle yet strong message that is the under current for the story Faith and hard work will get you through if you keep pressing forward.I found the characters realistic and relatable A father who was estranged from his own father trying to cultivate a relationship with his own son made my heart hurt as I saw him struggle to make it right I couldn t wait to find out how the father and son were going to survive the night It was one of those battles that determines whether a person will keep their faith or lose their way Very good read and can t wait to see the film

  2. says:

    Momo is a short novella about a father son camping trip that turns awry It has a really good beginning as a drunken lout stops to relieve himself and gets a lotthan he bargained for From then on we are introduced to the father and son The writer did a good job fleshing out both characters and you definitely get a feel for their relationship Likewise the secondary characters feel as though there is significantlyto them than is written There is a very real sense that there is some Momo is a short novella about a father son camping trip that turns awry It has a really good beginning as a drunken lout stops to relieve himself and gets a lotthan he bargained for From then on we are introduced to the father and son The writer did a good job fleshing out both characters and you definitely get a feel for their relationship Likewise the secondary characters feel as though there is significantlyto them than is written There is a very real sense that there is some backstory to these people The action is well written and there are points where you are not sure if the characters are going to make it It is a fairly gripping read, though short The lightness of the text does not hurt the pacing, in fact should the book be lengthened, it would need re plotting as several of the scenes would feel out of place in a longer text All in all, an enjoyable quick read and I do recommend

  3. says:

    This review contains spoilers.This book gets your attention, mainly because you want to find out what the deal is with that monster The reading goes pretty fast, as it s a short novella This to say, you don t get many details about the monster, why is it there, how did it get there You just learn the its name, MOMO, is short for Missouri Monster And also, really in the end the monsters still live happily ever after because after they tormented Marc and Evan for a whole night, they are free This review contains spoilers.This book gets your attention, mainly because you want to find out what the deal is with that monster The reading goes pretty fast, as it s a short novella This to say, you don t get many details about the monster, why is it there, how did it get there You just learn the its name, MOMO, is short for Missouri Monster And also, really in the end the monsters still live happily ever after because after they tormented Marc and Evan for a whole night, they are free to do the same to the next innocent victims This made me mad And of course you only realize there were two of them when father and son look at each other and have this aha moment Did I mentioned this annoyed me Don t get me wrong, I was very much into the book It says it s thriller, and this should cut a bit from the shock, however you want to readbecause you can t get enough of the adrenaline the characters have This is good Some things that I didn t necessarily like The father son relationship In the beginning of the book I got the feeling they had a bad relationship, they needed to work on some stuff But as the book progresses, you find out that actually, they are not that off the track, it s just that Marc the Dad thinks Evan the son should join the archery team, and Evan wants none of that, but to join the cross team Of course, Dad pushed Evan and wants him to succeed He lives through him, basically, and is incapable to express his feelings, just like his dad before him Well, that could have been dealt with a long time ago By the end of the book a strong relationship is formed literally overnight This is good, of course, but a bit too quickened But maybe this is just me.Also, what I thought was easily dealt with was the good and evil questions Evan had Maybe I was looking for some original answers, but I would have enjoyed someon that Obviously, there was no time for such things, as Momo s lurked around Why does God allow for bad things to happen and bad creatures to exist is what bothers Evan In the end he comes to the conclusion that some questions will be left unanswered I liked the reference to Job and the question God asks him when Job tries to hold God accountable Where were you asked God This leads Evan to think that no one can understand the bigger plan God has Of course, it s a hard pill to swallow.Another thing that made the reading a bit difficult was the syntax aspect At times it was easy to follow the story, to be fully immersed in it because I had to reread certain parts because I didn t understand what they were saying It seemed a bit intermingled and that made it difficult Also, regarding the editing part, someediting should be done, as I found some extra words and such that need to be removed.It seems that the bad parts overshadow the good parts in this book However, I enjoyed reading it If a thriller book s aim is to keep you glued to it, than this book did it Silly as it may sound, I was actually afraid to read it at some point Thriller well done, I d say.I received this ebook copy via The Book Blogger List All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own I was not requested to write a positive review

  4. says:

    Monsters are monsters until we see them in a zoo This was a fantastic novella I have never heard of a Inspirational thriller before and I was a little apprehensive about reading it Mostly because I felt like it was going to be too preachy and I m just not into books like that They usually feel like they try to hard to be inspirational This book however did not come off as preachy at all In fact I highlighted a few of the sentences to keep for myself because they were great It was so fast Monsters are monsters until we see them in a zoo This was a fantastic novella I have never heard of a Inspirational thriller before and I was a little apprehensive about reading it Mostly because I felt like it was going to be too preachy and I m just not into books like that They usually feel like they try to hard to be inspirational This book however did not come off as preachy at all In fact I highlighted a few of the sentences to keep for myself because they were great It was so fast paced and action packed that I flew through it in a little over a hour When the prologue started I got a little worried I was like great another drunk that finds his way but I m glad the book wasn t actually about him He was just the stepping stone for the actual story.MOMO is short for Missouri Monster, Or a bowling bear as the police referred to it it s an actual legend I looked it up after I finishing this book It would be a terrifying thing to run into out in the woods.This is the kind of father and son story that people want to hear A camping trip where a father Mark learns who his son Evan truly is, and it s a great and very mature boy The kid has very wise words for his Dad onthan one occasion Evan learns that his Dad used to be a track star in school and that what he wants to be, he tells his dad to stop pushing him to be something that he is not The camping trip though awkward was going great until they started to hear odd noises They thought it was trespassers but found out it was something much much worse.MOMO made me hold my breath numerous times It lived up to it s thriller genre This is one novella that I wish was longer I see that it s soon to be a major motion picture and I hope that s true because I definitely want to see it For this to have been a novella I feel like there is so muchto say about it but I don t want to give anything away, that is a first for me I think everyone should read this novella, it s inspirational without being preachy.There were a lot of quotes that stuck out to me but I don t want to put all of them down I will share this one though Beyond my own strength is God s I will push myself there Forof my reviews go to

  5. says:

    MOMO is a novel based on what is known as the Missouri Monster, which is similar to Big Foot If either exist to even compare them As it is advertised as a Christian novel, I wasn t sure how the idea of the monster would go with faith I have to say the faith aspect didn t seem to be too important It wasa book about people with faith, which is fine, but definitely changes the tone of the book and subsequently my review.As a thriller, its length perhaps makes itof a startling novel, MOMO is a novel based on what is known as the Missouri Monster, which is similar to Big Foot If either exist to even compare them As it is advertised as a Christian novel, I wasn t sure how the idea of the monster would go with faith I have to say the faith aspect didn t seem to be too important It wasa book about people with faith, which is fine, but definitely changes the tone of the book and subsequently my review.As a thriller, its length perhaps makes itof a startling novel, rather than actually thrilling I may be immune to certain things, but I didn t find this making my heart race as I read it There are some books that, when I read it, I find to likely work better as a movie than a novel This is one of those novels Perhaps that s a good thing With the author s background in screenplays, this only makessense.I didn t find the characters realistic, unfortunately, especially in the way they spoke to each other There was very little that made me think they were father and son It was only perhaps the last few pages where I could see it Another issue was the flipping back and forth between calling one of the main characters Mark, and then Dad, all in the same narrative If it s from Evan s perspective, fine call him Dad But make sure there s a distinct flip between perspectives If it s omniscient and there s nothing wrong with that then he would be called Mark the entire time.If I had to say anything about the faith aspect of the novel, I did enjoy what could be interpreted from it Evan questions why God would make a monster like MOMO I think that s a question many people ask, but worded slightly different Why are people bad Why do bad things happen Why does God make bad things I will say that the novel answers this well, but I can t say their faith in God is what got them through, nor did it have much to do with their relationship with each other But I do like the implications in having faith in a God who would create this kind of monster.If you re looking for a quick read, and are easily pulled into thrillers, MOMO fits the bill

  6. says:

    Momo by Kevin M Kraft is wonderfully imaginative and suspenseful thriller, with a dose of legend and faith thrown in for good measure.Momo is the nickname for the Missouri Monster, or bowling bear and there is actually a legend for this monster that some people say is real I would be completely terrified if I ever ran into Momo while I was camping or hiking two things that I love to do.The story begins with a drunken man getting a littlethan he bargained for when he is driving home Momo by Kevin M Kraft is wonderfully imaginative and suspenseful thriller, with a dose of legend and faith thrown in for good measure.Momo is the nickname for the Missouri Monster, or bowling bear and there is actually a legend for this monster that some people say is real I would be completely terrified if I ever ran into Momo while I was camping or hiking two things that I love to do.The story begins with a drunken man getting a littlethan he bargained for when he is driving home and has to stop to relieve himself on the side of the road in the woods The man encounters Momo and the thrilling ride begins from there The police show up and are at a loss as to what could be responsible for the encounter that drunken man had, chalking it up to a bear incident.Although the book centers around Momo, it is actuallyabout the relationship that a father and son have a bond that only gets stronger as the two must endure the terrifying encounter with the wild beast as they spend time in a cabin in the woods With faith and love, the two know that they will get through the ordeal, but what if they don t No spoilers here, since the novella was a short work, you will need to read it to see what happens at the end.I had not read this genre before and am impressed with the ease with which the author intertwined faith, spiritual beliefs and legend all into one short, yet thorough, page turning thriller Parts of the book had me scared for the father and son, parts made me laugh At the end of the book, I wanted , but the final part came to a satisfying conclusion I definitely could see this as a movie and do hope that the author is able to bring it to the big screen.Well done, Mr Kraft

  7. says:

    MOMO is an excellent religious fantasy book written by Kevin M Kraft This is the first book I ve read by Kevin and it won t be the last I love to read new authors because once in a while you come across an fantastic new book author I usually don t read fantasy type books, but glad I did This isn t an overly long book and right now it s free for your kindle So what a great time to get it I love the father son time that started out not to good, but ended with father and son really getting MOMO is an excellent religious fantasy book written by Kevin M Kraft This is the first book I ve read by Kevin and it won t be the last I love to read new authors because once in a while you come across an fantastic new book author I usually don t read fantasy type books, but glad I did This isn t an overly long book and right now it s free for your kindle So what a great time to get it I love the father son time that started out not to good, but ended with father and son really getting to know each other and the great love they share I love survival stories which test the endurance of the characters and lets you get to know them The best part of this story is the example of faith and how they look to God to help them through and not on themselves MOMO stands for Missouri Monster also known as bowling bear, which is a legend in that part of the country MOMO is a short, exciting story full of adventure,love and faith I highly recommend this book and know you will also Glad I ve found a new author and can t wait to see this story at the movies.Thank you to the Author Publicist for providing this book for review I was not required to write a positive review The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission s 16 CFR, Part 255

  8. says:

    I am not a big fan of thrillers, but I am a huge fan of great writing, which makes me a fan of this book In Momo, Kevin M Kraft s inspirational thriller novel, the author does so muchthan raise chill bumps on your arms Mark Taylor and his son Evan set out for what should be a father and son bonding weekend at a cabin deep in the woods, and as the Brothers Grimm taught us in their fairy tales, the woods are not the place you want to be after dark Certainly not the woods in southern Miss I am not a big fan of thrillers, but I am a huge fan of great writing, which makes me a fan of this book In Momo, Kevin M Kraft s inspirational thriller novel, the author does so muchthan raise chill bumps on your arms Mark Taylor and his son Evan set out for what should be a father and son bonding weekend at a cabin deep in the woods, and as the Brothers Grimm taught us in their fairy tales, the woods are not the place you want to be after dark Certainly not the woods in southern Missouri I ll say noabout the plot Read the book, it is well worth the investment because Momo is a tale of love, fear, faith, and strength at many different levels Momo, which is the nickname for The Missouri Monster, isn t just the mythical monster that Mark hopes doesn t really exist, it is the monster that lives inside Mark and causes him to question his own worth Kraft weaves Mark s story around a message of faith the deep abiding faith of a man who understands that for faith to be strengthened, it must be tempered It is the tempering of Mark s faith that makes this story such a chilling read

  9. says:

    The short inspirational thriller novella MOMO by Kevin M Kraft is based on his award winning screenplay of the same name Momo is the moniker for the Missouri Monster, or bowling bear The book kicks off with a drunken lad driving home and only stopping by to pee He encounters Momo which of course is a thrilling start to read further.The main storyline however is on Mark Taylor and his son, Evan In the wake of Mark s father death, Mark and Evan spend quality time together at family cabin in The short inspirational thriller novella MOMO by Kevin M Kraft is based on his award winning screenplay of the same name Momo is the moniker for the Missouri Monster, or bowling bear The book kicks off with a drunken lad driving home and only stopping by to pee He encounters Momo which of course is a thrilling start to read further.The main storyline however is on Mark Taylor and his son, Evan In the wake of Mark s father death, Mark and Evan spend quality time together at family cabin in the Missouri woodland They too encounter the bowling bear at night Trying to lock themselves in the cabin and wait for daylight, Mark and Evan have the guts to find solutions left on their own devices.Not only the thrill, but also the inspirational story of the strengthened relationship between father and son are powerful ingredients Whether or not Momo really exists, and the conclusion after turning the last page is, I ll leave up to the reader to find out

  10. says:

    Author Kevin M Kraftter delivers a terrifying, thrilling novella in MONO It follows a father and son as they embark on a trip to mend their fragile relationship But MONO has other ideas P Set in the Missouri woodlands, the duo must use their strengths and their faith to survive But while the main roles are familiar ones, the story creates a beautiful and modern depth to each man, showing that they are flawed but noble humans struggling on the inside as well as against the outside world Author Kevin M Kraftter delivers a terrifying, thrilling novella in MONO It follows a father and son as they embark on a trip to mend their fragile relationship But MONO has other ideas P Set in the Missouri woodlands, the duo must use their strengths and their faith to survive But while the main roles are familiar ones, the story creates a beautiful and modern depth to each man, showing that they are flawed but noble humans struggling on the inside as well as against the outside world Do not attempt to read this short book unless you re sure you have enough time to finish it because, believe me, it will compel you to finish it, bedtime be darned I often found myself smiling widely at the vivid language used Overall a good thrillerI would love to see this story made into a movie

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