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Posted: February 9th, 2020, 2:48pm Report to Moderator

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Bark by Steve Fauquier - Thriller - A man wakes up tied to a tree with no recollection of how he got there and must survive in the wilderness while being watched by a mysterious figure. 89 pages - pdf format

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Posted: February 12th, 2020, 4:41am Report to Moderator
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Don't know how to review this. Enjoyed it very much. Read smooth like a novel but also was descriptive in what it showed. Liked both characters. They had natural dialog. Maybe some things The Outdoorsman said were just to move the story along and didn't sound natural to what he would really say (IMO). Not sure if Nolan would be so forgetful about the act that got him in this situation, but we don't know how much time has passed. Would think he'd have some clue. Final jab seems forced. Animal lovers should like this. All in all, truly an enjoyable read from start to finish.
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