Review-MOMO by Kevin M. Kraft

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!

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