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By: Eric Penz

Wed, 21 Dec 2005 23:34:16 +0000

Hello, James. Unfortunately reviews are still coming in as Cryptid is fairly new. Though Susan Matthew's (she's a sci-fi author) review on Amazon captures the essence of the story accurately in my opinion. Loren's comment about a Giganto micro-textbook is fair too as I intended to summarize the giganto-sasquatch hypothesis. The style is a mix of Jurassic Park and Davinci Code, or so I subjectively believe. You can also browse the book at www.cryptid.com. Go to the Buy Book page. There's a link to the publisher's site. If you pick it up, please do add a review of your own to Amazon.



By: jjames1

Wed, 21 Dec 2005 22:04:55 +0000

Craig, I checked out Eric's website earlier today, but was still hoping to find some more in-depth reviews or other information about the book.



By: Craig Woolheater

Wed, 21 Dec 2005 21:45:20 +0000

You can get more information on Cryptid at the author's website: http://www.ericpenz.com/penz/. Eric had a table set up at our 5th Annual Texas Bigfoot Conference last October. He's a great guy!



By: jjames1

Wed, 21 Dec 2005 21:24:17 +0000

Loren, the CRYPTID novel sounds intriguing. I haven't been able to find out much about it online (only one user review on Amazon, and not much else was found when I Googled it...). Can you tell us a little more about the book, particularly the writing style? Any information would be appreciated.