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Phantom Bigfoot Strikes Again: 1 Paperback – 18 Dec 2013
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Simon tapped into a rich vein of original and imaginative humour to portray to his readers the Phantom Bigfoot tribe who lived in the extensive forest near to the unremarkable town of Big Beaver(thinly veiled Americanism).
Bigfoot becomes a tourist attraction from which the town prospers. The task of the town's able and attractive young female Acting Sheriff is to maintain order under most;y ambivalent circumstances. She is assisted by dim witted deputies who are lampooned by Okill without mercy for mostly American social inadequacies, e.g. over eating junk foods.
A similar task is thrust upon the unreformed local teenage superhero Duane Dexter( by aliens) who empower him to act as Guardian of the Forest and protect it's denizens from harmful influences.
So the cast is reassembled to continue this tale of conflict two opposing camps. Okill's humour is robust but gentle as he develops his tale of human frailty and Bigfoot misdemeanour which highlights the difference between the two whilst allowing the reader to root for Bigfoot beauties -2 metre creatures with iridescent blue eyes -or the nubile, unwed Acting Sheriff.
Readers will love the warm, cosy events which invite personal involvement in the story, much like a pantomime audience who join in the fun - Oh no she did'nt - Oh yes she did. Okill keeps the pace active by inserting pertinent comments about teenage angst and untoward appetites.The ending holds out hope for yet another sequel
I award Simon Okill 5 stars in recognition of content. imagination, presentation and gentle humour.
Read, get involved, relax and enjoy this amusing book.
I found this to be a delightfully entertaining read. Simon Okill has woven a gentle and fun tale around the mythical creature Bigfoot. I laughed at some of Duane's antics and I held my breath, when the authorities were getting close to the Bigfoot's territory. Here is a story which can be enjoyed by young adults of all ages.
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Zola a young female Bigfoot has other plans in life than what is expected. she takes a young man that had cried Bigfoot to many times.
There is a element for a lot of people. gas, pranks, quirky people, paranormal, and lots of laughs along the way.
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