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The Spirit

Narrated by: Matt Godfrey
Length: 7 hrs and 41 mins
Categories: Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Horror
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Publisher's Summary

It has many names: Bigfoot...Yeti...Sasquatch.

But whatever it is, it’s out there in the woods and leaving a trail of blood and severed heads behind it.

For John Moon, a half-mad Indian, it is a spirit that holds the key to his inner self. He worships its power and he’ll kill to protect it. Desperate, exhausted, half-starved, Moon will follow it wherever it goes.

For Raymond Jason, killing it has become an obsession. He was the only survivor of a hunting trip to the Rockies where the hunters became the monster’s prey. Now, he is determined to track the creature down and destroy it.

But when the two men finally corner their quarry they set loose a flood of terror and destruction that may leave no survivors....

©2019 Thomas Page (P)2019 Valancourt Books LLC

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It wasn’t bad

This was okay. Not really scary, but there was a bit of action and some deaths and it was pretty exciting in some parts.
I feel like it was mostly more about the two men doing the following, than the Bigfoot itself though.
I didn’t really care about any of the main characters, and after about the halfway mark, it became a bit of a slog to finish the book.
The ending was pretty good I thought.

Matt Godfrey was a fantastic narrator as always!

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  • latasha
  • 20-09-2019

Bad Bigfoot!

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I can see why this book made it into paperbacks from hell. There is a lot going on in this story if you just stop and really think about it. John Moon was kinda sad for me. He’s got some problems but I don’t think he was so bad. I wonder how his character was viewed when this story first came out?Raymond James is such an ass. The story is good and sometimes really out there (the last bit). I like that Thomas Page clearly did his research into Bigfoot behavior... for some of it.
Matt Godfrey read this. He did a great job. There was many characters but he did great differentiating between all of them.

I requested a free audio version of this book and give this review voluntarily. Thank you Valancourt!

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  • Richard Beheler
  • 16-09-2019

The Spirit


This is definitely the best “Bigfoot” book I’ll ever read. I actually listened to the Audible version put out by Valancourt, narrated by Matt Godfrey. Godfrey is an excellent narrator, not at all jarring or grating, and I knew immediately which character was speaking.

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  • Gsorme
  • 25-09-2019

Just what I'd hoped for

This would have been the perfect book for fifteen-year old me, and it was near perfect for the older version as well. In fact, from my current perspective I saw more of the craft and thought that went into this than I might have at a younger age. Sure, it's about a murderous bigfoot but there's also some psychological depth to it. And many of the scenes are quite visceral, visual and effective--I could easily imagine them in a movie, so clearly is the action drawn. The narrative is punctuated by several surprises and I honestly didn't know how it would turn out. My one quibble is that somehow the beginning started almost TOO much in the middle of the action, and it took me a few minutes to sort out what was happening and why we'd been plopped into the narrative where we were. But this was no great debit. There was, as they say, never a dull moment. Exciting and well worth a listen if rampaging ape-men are your cup of tea.

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  • Bill
  • 22-09-2019

It’s prolly just a bear...

A schizophrenic American Indian in search of his spirit animal, a Sasquatch on a killing rampage and an attack survivor hell bent on revenge. It’s gonna be one hell of a party.

“It’s prolly just a bear.”