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Cooperstown Sasquatch
     

Cooperstown Sasquatch

3.7 4
by Anthony Marino
 
Maybe my story isn't the best. Maybe it's not rainbows and unicorns. It sure doesn't have a pleasant ending. But I need to get it out.

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Maybe my story isn't the best. Maybe it's not rainbows and unicorns. It sure doesn't have a pleasant ending. But I need to get it out.

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ISBN-13:
9781468923506
Publisher:
Booktango
Publication date:
02/01/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,287,284
File size:
101 KB

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Cooperstown Sasquatch 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Let me begin by saying that I am the type of person who can usually find some redeeming quality in just about everything I read.  Having said this, let me therefore state that I am embarrassed  for Anthony Marino and sorely disappointed with Barnes and Noble for producing and promoting this work.  This book reads as if it has been translated into English....for the author's sake I hope that this is the case.  The combination of bad grammar and  misspelled words made my eyes hurt.  The character development seems to revolve around endlessly repetitive tearful declarations of love by each of these brothers for the other which become disturbing  in their incestuous and and homoerotic undertone.  These are interspersed with bouts of fainting and complaints of pain from injuries suffered.  More bouts of fainting and crying.  The transitions between the characters' thoughts, statements, narration and, conversation should be marked with giant red check marks so that one can clearly tell when one ends and another begins. By the time I got to the protagonists' secret (which was blessedly a short way into this journey) I was ready to get off this ride and demand my money back.  Mr. Marino, if you have any self respect you will withdraw this work, rewrite it with the goal of offering a well crafted story to an audience who will gladly pay and praise you for it.   Barnes and Noble SHAME ON YOU for publishing and accepting money for this sad sad attempt at literary entertainment.    
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of his best written from only the imagination of Anthony Marino pen names Anthony Mambas, Anthony Berger
Hughes0 More than 1 year ago
Short but it keeps you on the tip of your toes I will not adventure in the woods of Cooperstown, N.Y.