Big Foot Adventures Down Under (Spirits Alive, #1)

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Big Foot Adventures Down Under (Spirits Alive, #1)

Big Foot Adventures Down Under Spirits Alive Out of the dawn of Man they came the huge hairy monstrous ape men of the aboriginal myth and legend They haunted the remote mountainous forest recesses of the Australian continent as well as the i

  • Title: Big Foot Adventures Down Under (Spirits Alive, #1)
  • Author: MaggieMeyer
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  • Page: 473
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  • Out of the dawn of Man they came the huge, hairy, monstrous ape men of the aboriginal myth and legend They haunted the remote, mountainous forest recesses of the Australian continent, as well as the inhospitable open country of the vast interior They are megastralian monster men of both myth and reality who come from a time, lost so far back in the mists of the pOut of the dawn of Man they came the huge, hairy, monstrous ape men of the aboriginal myth and legend They haunted the remote, mountainous forest recesses of the Australian continent, as well as the inhospitable open country of the vast interior They are megastralian monster men of both myth and reality who come from a time, lost so far back in the mists of the past that their origins can at present only be guessed at Yet they lived for they have left evidence of their former presence, in the folklore of our aborigines, as well as in their massive stone implements scattered across the country, and in the often monstrous foot prints they left to fossilize into rock as they journeyed across the landscape of this timeless land Excerpts from Giants From the Dreamtime The Yowie in Myth and Reality Rex Gilroy.

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    One thought on “Big Foot Adventures Down Under (Spirits Alive, #1)

    1. Heather W on said:

      Right from the start I was intrigued. The characters were well described and I wanted to read more. It jumps right into the action and mystery, and you think you know what is going to happen next, but you don't! The dialogue between the kids was a little frustrating, because they just don't talk like they did in this book, but I was able to ignore it after a bit. I thoroughly enjoyed the setting of the Australian wildernesses, it's not too often I get to read a book set in Australia. Also apprec [...]

    2. Dorit Daniel on said:

      Fantastic Book i was able to remember my childhood dreams the adventure of bieng a explorer and can move into different dimensions of time and space the point of view while reading it was like a child, in a long adventure, that has amazing story.

    3. Sonia Wilkie on said:

      From start to finish, this book didn't disappoint. It was very interesting and always kept me interested. A very mysterious and intriguing book. Great work Maggie Meyer, normally I am not a big fan of these types of books but this book knows how to suck the reader in. I totally got lost in it. I will definitely read this again.

    4. Nishant on said:

      The book is a very good read and keeps you interested right up until the end.Never a dull moment in the book and pure entertainment.Recommeded to anyone and everyone.

    5. Kate Ferrick on said:

      I thoroughly enjoyed this book! It is fast paced and takes the reader on a magical journey through the Australian wilderness. I enjoyed the characters and twists and turns of the plot. I have never read a book quite like this one before. If you liked Jurassic World and Harry Potter you will love this book.

    6. Hari B on said:

      Worth reading this book.e Author has narrated the story very wellyou can't stop reading this once startedWithout a doubt, this book is the only of its typeThe way it was narrated about the huge, hairy, monstrous ape and the way they haunted the mountainous forest recesses of the Australian continent will keep you involved in the story all the time.One of my friend has referred me this book, i thought i will give it a try but finished reading this and waiting for may more writings from Maggie Mey [...]

    7. Vicki Hunter on said:

      I really enjoyed this book. I thought the characters were believable, authentic and very interesting. I loved how you just didn't know what was going to happen next and the detailing of the creatures was really well done. It definitely takes you back to your childhood days. Also lovely is the setting being in the Australian bush so lots of familiarity for me. The Troggs & Weasel gang give the story shades of "dark and light" and also is pretty much how any small town community would be with [...]

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