JAWS IN THE SNOW! A search to locate the bloodthirsty yeti has begun. The legendary beast has been killing climbers on one of the mountains of the Himalaya. Two extraordinary mountaineers are hired to lead an expedition to hunt it down and kill it. Meanwhile, a Buddhist yogi known as the is sent on his own mission to find the monster. The horror and suspense escalate as the body count rises in this action-packed adventure into the lair of the Abominable Snowman.REVIEWSThe Sacrifist is an action packed thrill ride that takes an interesting look at the Yeti. The storyline was a fast paced and fun adventure. The characters are believable and for the most part likeable. I really liked Dane, Torleif, and Phurba. The locations and use of real legends and myths made it easy to get lost in this novel. I loved the Ojibwa lore and traditions that were included along with the Buddhist legends. It made the story deeper and more complex. The Yetis were also well done, I didnt feel as though I was reading the typical sci-fi Abominable Snowman fare. Im looking forward to seeing what T. Mason Gilbert does with part two of the trilogy. A solid 4 star read. - Angela Crawford from The Horror Maiden Book ReviewsThis is a suspenseful read that will keep you guessing, keeping you on the edge of your seat until the very end. I am beyond excited to read the next novel in this trilogy. - Sarah Morris from The Portsmouth Review in New EnglandCould hardly put it down! My reading list is usually filled with non-fiction and public domain classics but I met Mason briefly at a school event and decided to try some fiction from a local author. I havent read a book this fast since I dont know when; I started it Friday and was finished the next day, pretty much consumed my free time. - S.B.The mysterious Yeti has never been given such depth of its own story until now. Not only is the premise interesting, the characters are rich and the story is engaging. The authors knowledge of mountaineering, philosophy and native cultures is impressive. - D.C.Wow. This is a book that slowly sank its teeth and claws into me. If it were a movie, there are scenes where I would cover my eyes. - J.T.T. Mason Gilbert skilfully weaves a tale of the magical and mundane, the sacred and profane, all the while juggling elements of the ancient, the modern and the mystical. His heroes take us on a journey of love, tragedy and triumph and the villain ends up heroic in a twist you dont see coming until it literally falls on you. - G.C.The writer has amazing knowledge of his subject. Not only was this book very entertaining but also informative. A Dan Brown sort of read. If you love Dan Brown like I do, youll be captivated by this book from the first page to the last. - M.M.The Sacrifist is full of deep soulful lessons which are an added bonus to take the reader to a different spiritual level. You cant go wrong with excitement and spirituality to boot. - R.R.