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Here's the set-up for William T. Prince's The Legend of the Sasquatch:
Man or beast? The same question asked about the mythical Sasquatch might be asked regarding its namesake, young Texan Clint Buchanan ("Buck Hannon"), who prowls the streets of the DFW Metroplex in the late 1970s.
Clint seems to have it all—size, strength, intellect, personality, good looks, and any woman he wants. Unfortunately a combination of bad choices and bad luck leads to tragic results.
Join this behemoth as he faces the life-changing and character-defining events of his late adolescence with a colorful supporting cast that includes devoted buddies Milton, Tom, and Hulk.
With 15 straight 5-star reviews, this gritty, action-packed character study may be the highest-rated indie novel in the Kindle Store at the popular $2.99 price point. Here's what a couple of those Kindle reviewers have had to say:
- From "Vine Voice" reviewer Apex Reviews: "A riveting, action-packed read. In his standout debut effort, author William Prince takes the reader on a surprisingly engrossing journey through the depths of the human psyche." (Vine Voice is made up of a select group of reviewers chosen by invitation on by Amazon.)
- "This is one of those edge-of-your-seat, can't-put-it-down kind of stories. As billed, it's a great character study, but it's also chockablock with exciting and realistic action and even a good romance to boot."
- "I really enjoyed the book, especially getting to know Clint. His relationship with his parents, his co-workers, friends and his girlfriend all meld together to make a really interesting character. Reliving visits to some old haunts in my hometown and the surrounding area was fun, too, but it all comes down to the story. The Legend of Sasquatch is a great study of the human psyche and all its complexities - morality, justice, passion, friendship, violence and love."
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