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Publisher's Summary

Is Bigfoot real or simply folklore? If this creature, which has been sighted by so many people across the world, is real, why is there a lack of absolute physical proof? Examine the sightings and evidence. Hear from first-hand observers and discover the rich history on the subject. See the full evidence and decide for yourself.

©2016 Paul Ibbetson (P)2016 Paul Ibbetson

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Okay

Not horrible, but not a 5 star. Most of the info is from other ppls stories or myths.

The Patterson story & film is mentioned in here, but he admitted before the one guy passed away years ago.....The film was a hoax. Sad, but true it was a suit created by special effects guy friend & when he came forward he apologized for fooling ppl for so many years. They even admitted it was all done for the money & fame they could get from it all. Yep, it did work & still does. Lol. He still claims it's real too.

No, I am sorry, I would not recommend this book IF you want 100% facts. If you just want entertained, then sure why not cuz it's short.

The narrator wasn't to bad. He did speak clearly & kept it fun.

I was given this book for free at my request & I provided my review voluntarily.

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Mostly accurate information

The book has mostly accurate information but some of it is wrong. The narrator destroys the narration because he sounds to comical. Sad but true. I received this review copy at my request and I am voluntarily leaving an honest review.

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love the topic

Really liked the topic of the book and i love the information in it just wish it was longer.

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All that and more in a bite size read

I didn’t have high hopes for this book as it was short and I thought I probably knew every story they could tell me call my boy was I wrong. They did have a snippet about the Patterson film, but everything else were stories I had never heard including some from the 1800s before. I am glad I got this book. I love hearing stories I haven’t heard before. I thought the narrator was a little bit too excited to be reading this book. He sounds like a nice guy, He should just tone it down a little.

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  • 09-03-19

Not a book, more like a podcast

This is the worst book I've reviewed so far.
It's just not really interesting, and there doesn't seem to be much of a research on the subject (maybe a light wikipedia one) - but hey it's only half an hour, so...
It's not even funny, so I can't really recommend. Unless you are a really bigfoot lover, and everything about it sounds good to you.

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A Delightfully Fun Read!

What a delight it would be to read this book by campfire or at night in the car while driving through a forest!

Now I wouldn't say it is a 'complete' guide, but it is completely entertaining.

Normally this kind of narration would drive me crazy, but the narrator truly brought the encounters to life - you almost feel like you are there at the big foot sightings as the writer's wonderful descriptions are combined with the narrator's talent.

Very fun indeed!

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Fun and Enlightening!

I found this book fun... and it answered a few common questions... and reasons for why there are so many sightings, but we have no real evidentiary proof. It opens the mind to a comparative plethora of possibilities utilities! The Narration was well done and easily interpreted! This book was provided free of charge in exchange for a fair review. Thank You!

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Bigfoot

At the length of 28 minutes, I wouldn't call this "The Complete Guide to Bigfoot." But, if you are looking for a quick introduction into the myth of Bigfoot, this is a pretty good one. The narrator doe a great job and keeps your interest through this short listen.

In my opinion, these short "books" are a great way to see if you are truly interested in the subject. Then, you can search out more lengthy and involved books in order to truly get the complete picture.

I was given the opportunity to listen to this book by the publisher and chose to review it.