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Woods Walkers

Hoins, John

Published by Univ Editions, 1994
ISBN 10: 1560024593 / ISBN 13: 9781560024590
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Title: Woods Walkers

Publisher: Univ Editions

Publication Date: 1994

Binding: PAPERBACK

Book Condition: Fine

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First Edition.

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Signed by Author 1560024593 This softcover book is square and tight. The pages are clean, with no markings or folds. The wrappers are bright with no damage to the points and no folds or creases to the spine. The condition is As New. Not ex-library. No remainder mark. Signed by the Author with an inscription on the title page. Also signed by the Illustrator without inscription on the title page. Bookseller Inventory # 004310

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Synopsis: The story of a remarkably talented youth who, intrigued by a peculiar footprint of a bare foot in the woods, follows a trail which leads him directly to a solution of the Sasquatch problem. Along the way, we are treated to an abundance of woods lore and anthropology, and a fascinating parallel narrative of the youth's developmental years.

From the Back Cover: Some comments on the novel Woods Walkers:

AN ANTHROPOLOGIST
"It is, of course, any scientist's dream come true. At first I found myself torn between pure envy and the joy of just listening to the man's music. I soon chose the music."

A SCRIPT READER
"It has a wonderful, quasi-mystical, anthropological foundation about man's continuity with history and nature. It has enormous visual possibilities, set, as it is, in the forest primeval. Most of all, it has a hero who has lived nearly entirely by his own lights, a man apart, with an almost religious sense of perspective and reverence for life. But, also a man who feels alienated and at an emotional crossroad."

AN ARTIST
"You produce fine reading. I enjoyed it all. True enjoyment is witnessing any phenomenon that does not threaten. I could let it soak inwards."

A POET
"I started reading it two days ago . . . and read straight through; which is a compliment. You give us an imaginative act like the cave bear, although more accurate, less romantic and grandiose. You give the reader a meeting that any educated person must crave; the leap into the flesh where great science becomes great art."

AN ENGLISH TEACHER
"It is well observed, smoothly written and has excellent touches of humor."

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