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Between the ultimate truth and a total myth, there are many layers. It's true that we live in an era that has witnessed a huge amount of development and technological breakthroughs, yet we still have some controversial topics where there are still some debates. Bigfoot, an ape-like creature, has been a debatable topic for many years. Between not having the ultimate proof of its existence and people insisting on seeing it, the truth is still hidden. In Beyond The Footprints, Michelle Hauger takes us on an exploration journey to get a good idea about this creature. The book covers the testimonials, the tales, and the scientific part of it.
What I liked about this book is that it is subjective and tells the facts as they are. It doesn't lean toward a specific side. I found the book informative and neutral. The flow of information didn't feel complicated or overwhelming. It covered all the sides you would need about this topic and can give you a good idea about it if you're new to the topic like myself. The layout of the book is one of my favorite things about it. It's clear and well-organized. The font is large enough, and the colors are bright. This gives any book a great advantage, in my opinion.
I didn't find anything to hate about this book. The topic is controversial, but it was covered perfectly. If you have an interest in this topic, this can be a good pick for you.
The book covered what it promised. It gave a good amount of information about Bigfoot. Also, the book was exceptionally well-edited. I couldn't spot any mistakes while reading it. Therefore, I rate the book five out of five stars.
The language used in the book was proper, and the writing style was smooth and clear of complications. This makes the book a good fit for anyone interested in this topic.
Beyond The Footprints
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