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If you haven't read the first and second books, Sharing the Mountain with Bigfoot: The First Year and The Second Year, please do so, for this book is a continuation of those two books. 

This book starts with the third year living on the farm that Jake and Jada purchased to raise their children and to have a little piece of their own little paradise. But their paradise is not so peaceful as they would like. Can Jada and her family brave the terrorizing experiences that the creature has caused and live on the property in the mountains that they call paradise? 

The Sharing the Mountain with Bigfoot series is a true story of one family's terrorizing encounter with an unknown creature lurking in the woods of the Appalachian Mountains. 

©2017 Jada L. Roberts (P)2018 Jada L. Roberts

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  • Davy
  • United States
  • 07-19-18

Holy Overreacting, Batman!!

Okay, I get that the story may or may not be fake but, it doesn't mean that the narration has to sound overly fake.
I have never heard someone overreact that bad since watching a soccer game. NO ONE reacts that overly dramatic in situations. This went from a story of suspense to a flat out comedy because of the narrator. I've seen soap operas that weren't as dramatic. When someone is talking about a bad situation, SAY IT HOW YOU WOULD. You're reading a story. Not going for an Oscar.

Author: Has a tendency to describe things in a very weird way that no one describes as.
Example : "Jake asked as he pulled an alcoholic beverage from the ice box. Twisted the cap and took a big drink from the bottle."
Uhhhhm.....Most people would just say "He said while grabbing a beer from the fridge."