September 19, 2007
Memoirs of a Monster Hunter: A Five-Year Journey in Search of the Unknown
By Nick Redfern
Publisher: New Page Books (September 2007)
Pages: 255 - Price: $14.99
Review by Lee Prosser - email@example.com
Nick Redfern is a well-known author in the field of the supernatural. He has written many books including Strange Secrets. He also writes for Fate and UFO, among other magazines. Those new to his writing will find this book makes for exciting reading. This is Nick Redfern's five-year journey in search of the unknown.
Along the way, Nick Redfern chronicles his highly surreal trip, which includes encounters with chupacabras, goat-men, werewolves, gargoyles, living dinosaurs, giant birds, and other creatures. Redfern investigates things that go bump in the night in an up-close and very personal manner.
Well-written, this is an entertaining book reading experience. It should capture a wide reading audience with its unique encounters. Roswell, New Mexico and its extraterrestrials are also covered in this book and there is a photo of the Roswell UFO Museum on page 234.
There are sixteen chapters in the book, plus a detailed resources section and index. Among the topics covered are tales from Taos, New Mexico, fangs, fur, and flies, monsters of the Big Thicket, spectral animals, creatures of the black lagoon, in search of vampires, on the track of Bigfoot, and back to the Island of Blood. Each chapter will hold the reader spellbound!
This is the type of book which makes for enjoyable reading entertainment, and a unusual education into the unknown as witnessed by Nick Redfern. If you are looking for something lively, with an ironic sense of humor, then this is also going to be a treat for you to read.
Nick Redfern knows his monsters, and he shares them with his reading audience. Highly recommended entertainment.
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