Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Jacob Williams came to Diller Hollow, California looking for gold - and he found it. Plenty of it. That means he's a man with lots of free time. When he and three friends decide to devote that free time towards catching an escaped animal, though, they get a little more than they bargained for. Corocotta is the second story in the Bestiary Tales. More
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Words: 3,600
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466085114
About Allison Graham

Allison Graham, known all over the internet as chubbychoco (variant spellings being chubby-choco or chubby_choco), is a longtime lover of literature. She read The Phantom Tollbooth in the third grade and has been determined to seek out and read intellectually stimulating books ever since.

Currently an apprentice script-writer and dog-grooming student, she lives in the middle of nowhere with her family and small menagerie of animals...including, but not limited to, three ferrets, six dogs, and two turtles.

She loves to draw, and mercilessly promotes her DeviantArt profile wherever and whenever she can. Those interested in contacting her for artwork should do so there (you will need an account to message her).

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Review by: Michael Carter on April 03, 2013 :
I'm currently in the middle of reading a novel by a bestselling horror author and finding the writing to be thick, stodgy and difficult. Allison Grahams writing here is like a breath of fresh air. Very easy-to-read, clear, yet stylish writing, and enjoyable to read. The story concerns a Corocotta, a wolf-like creature of legend that I hadn't heard of before. This is well worth reading. One bit of constructive criticism to the author: the ending of the story lacked a bit of punch, perhaps the narrative could be made a little stronger.

All in all, though, another good story about an unusual creature. Well worth reading.
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Review by: Krysteen Damon on March 25, 2013 :
Not my favorite, but I still liked it. Excellent writing and a good story.
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Review by: Rob Wilkins on Feb. 09, 2013 :
Another interesting tale. I'm enjoying this Bestiary Tales series; something about them is reminiscent of old Greek myths, with each legendary creature wrapped up in its own mythic tale. It lends a lot more colour to the creatures than they'd have if you were to simply read a short paragraph about what Creature X was, which culture it originated in, and so forth. So far, I'd recommend the entire series.
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