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Old 02-11-2013, 05:28 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Dazrin View Post
Monster by Frank Peretti is one option. It is Frank Peretti so is a "Christian fiction" book, but I don't remember there being too much preaching (it has been a while though)....
I've tried to read his novels and just can't get into them. That's too bad as I understand that his earlier novels are exciting and horrific enough that even people who hate most Christian novels liked them. Someday I'll manage.

On a completely unrelated note, I found out that there is a Kansas City death metal band named Troglodyte that specializes in Bigfoot-themed music. Here is one of their albums:
http://www.amazon.com/Welcome-to-Boggy-Creek-Explicit/dp/B0052GV9KM

Sadly, there aren't many reviews I could find except a couple of reviews on the Encyclopaedia Metallum site (one glowing and one meh). So if there are any fans of Troglodyte's music, please tell me where to find your reviews.
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