Monsters: An Investigator's Guide to Magical Beings

Monsters: An Investigator's Guide to Magical Beings

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Monsters: An Investigator's Guide to Magical Beings 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
z517189 More than 1 year ago
This is really a good book and very informative.
Catholic-WhiteWarlock More than 1 year ago
i bought this book years ago and i still find it to be one of the most useful and just plain amazing books i have ever purchased.Even if you chose not to go out and try to find and investigate magical being it is still a must buy.I find myself referring to this book over and over again and because of it have become a source of creature knowledge to all family and friends whenever they have questions or problems they can not explain.BUY IT!! YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is filled with information useful and entertaining. From mermaids to ghosts and spirits. Demons to UFO and faerie activity and more. List of tools needed and a chapter on natural magic. Over all a great read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While not an exhaustive treatment of the subject, this book is a genuinely excellent resource for writers, folklorists, and historians who aren't (like this reviewer) necessarily "magic folk." Jonathan Hunt's imaginative illustrations greatly add to the publication, even in the electronic version, something often regrettably not true with reference works of this kind. The addition of a glossary and valuable bibliography section are welcome additions that further enhance the work. Recommended without reservation.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Plenty of stuff
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had picked up this book from a library that i worked at, and I must admit, this is a pretty good informational book concerning the other beings that could possibly inhabit this universe in addition to mere humanity. Granted, I may not be for sure whether or not some of these beings actually exist (werewolves and mermaids, for example), but it is an honest evaluation of these same types of beings which have been apart of cultures, folklore, religions, and legends since long ago. It is a very interesting read. Its just that I'm a bit skeptical about some of the information, but that could be my own fault or limited understanding....