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David and the Bear Lake Monster: A Family Saga in Bear Lake, Idaho

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  • ISBN-13: 9781589825321
  • Publisher: American Book Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 7/1/2009
  • Pages: 280
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 10, 2011

    A Sweet Romance and the Bear Lake Monster

    Author, Linda Weaver Clarke, has a way with showing in her writing the true love and laughter a man and a woman can have for one another. Whether married for years (Melinda and Gilbert) or just meeting one another (David and Sarah), the respect and longing for another person is deep and to the heart in these 2 story-lines. We are introduced to a strong, educated woman, Sarah, who happens to have a disability. David is smitten with her, but unsure he wants to get involved with someone. The "romantic friction" between David and Sarah is central to a story that will have you cheering for them to get together!

    The fun part of "David and the Bear Lake Monster" is wondering if there is truly a 'monster' in the lake. It makes for an interesting adventure, with a surprising ending to the 'tale' of the monster. I love that the author based the monster on a local folklore of such a monster in that area in Idaho. "David and the Bear Lake Monster" is a heart-warming story of finding that right person to live the rest of your life with. It teaches us that people with disabilities are just like any other person who have dreams for their life. So, if you want to laugh, learn and live in the life of some wonderful characters....read this book and enjoy the journey!!!

    --Review written by Allison King, Allison's Attic

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