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The Bigfoot Expedition: A Wilderness Adventure (The Untold Stories Series Book 1) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 294 KB
  • Print Length: 119 pages
  • Publication Date: August 22, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0091HCNIK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #639,897 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Since 1981, Robin Moore has made his full-time living as an author and storyteller. Long before his first book was published, Robin dreamed of being a writer. But he was unsure about how to begin. He had earned a degree in Journalism from The Pennsylvania State University and worked briefly on newspapers and magazines. While this was an excellent way to learn the writer's craft, Robin felt that something was missing. Sometimes the right book at the right time can change a person's life. Someone gave him a copy of Henry David Thoreau's "Walden". In a moment of clarity, Robin realized that this was what he wanted to do: Just as Thoreau had done, he wanted to move up into the woods and live the solitary writer's life. For two and a half years he lived in a cabin in the mountains of Central Pennsylvania with no running water, no indoor plumbing and no modern conveniences. He had no car, no job and no savings. It was then that the idea for his first book, "The Bread Sister of Sinking Creek", came to him. It took him seven years to write his first book. This was the real beginning of his journey as a writer. In the years soon after, he started a family and began a life-long career of writing and storytelling.

He has written more than a dozen books, published by the world's largest publishers and by his own publishing house, Groundhog Press. He served as a combat soldier in Vietnam, earned a Journalism Degree from Penn State University and worked as a newspaper reporter and magazine editor before beginning his career as a storyteller in spoken and written word. He holds a Master's Degree in Oral Traditions and serves on the faculty of the Oral Traditions Program at The Graduate Institute.

He and his wife live on the shores of Lake Galena,surrounded by a 1,300-acre nature preserve in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Brian on December 28, 2012
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I enjoyed this book. The story line was good with enough action to keep me reading. I found the plot engaging and believable enough. There are a few grammar and factual errors, but not big enough to cause the plot to suffer (for example: one of the techniques used in the book was supposedly used to track orangutangs in Africa, but orangutangs live in Asia). Overall, I would recommend it. An enjoyable read.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Larry Klemmer on December 22, 2012
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I just finished this amazing book written by Robin Moore. It details the only successful expedition to find Bigfoot. It takes place in the remote forests of British Colombia. A group sets out to find Bigfoot and someone finds a severed foot of the creature. They are able to follow its movements, set up a camp near where it is heading and one of the men sees it along with two others. The one that is missing the foot (Caught in a steel trap months before) crawls into a cave to die and the two men come upon it. Collecting a hair sample to prove its existence.This is one of those stories "you can NOT put down until you have read the whole thing". Great job writing Robin Moore!
Larry Klemmer
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This story is what a love triangle could look like when the trio are on a wilderness Bigfoot expedition. This Kindle book has an interesting plot, but it is more of a novella. What I did not like was the large amount of white space on each page in the Kindle version, if you know what I mean. This story also glosses over what political entities within the US and Canada would want to keep Bigfoot underwraps for economic reasons because finding Bigfoot would cause huge disruptions within their outdoor product businesses.
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By Tish on April 17, 2014
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Having red many true story books about writers experience with the large Elusive giant of the forest I purchased Mr. Moores book thinking it was much of the same. It wasn't however, until half way through the book that I realized the story was a work of fiction that included at its end - a factual analysis of studies about the research and history about Bigfoot. I will say Mr Moores story kept me hanging on and captivated as his characters were real, and believable. The most amazing this after your finished reading the story how Moore gets you to think in whether their is a real conspiracy cover-up, that is working hard to keep the facts of the creatures existence buried in speculation and fantasy to keep logging and mining profitable. Never thought about that assumption before but could very well be a true to our governments shame.

In any case, Mr. Moores book is worth the time to read and even though its fiction, was plainly one of the best written piece of fiction about "the quest to find Bigfoot" I have ever read.
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By David M. Eavey on March 20, 2014
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I found this to be very compelling book. I'm not sure whether to categorize it as fiction or non-fiction. Perhaps the best description is speculative fiction. It blends elements of true events and places with speculation about why and how. All in all it is a book that is hard to put down. I would definitely recommend it.
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