Big

Rated 4.77/5 based on 13 reviews
A bigfoot is wounded by a shotgun blast. It exacts revenge, then tries to escape. It loses too much blood and collapses in deep woods, where it is found by high school senior Marcy Dillon. Marcy befriends it and decides to help it elude a posse gathered to capture or kill it. What results is a pulse-pounding, white-knuckle chase onto a deadly mountain, where both their lives hang in the balance. More

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About Lloyd Pye

Lloyd Pye has been writing professionally for over three decades. His early career was in fiction, but in 1997 he switched emphasis to nonfiction. He has become widely known for his writing and lectures relating to alternative science and other forms of alternative knowledge. He lectures around the world, and has been interviewed on TV in a dozen countries.

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Donald Bassett reviewed on Dec. 26, 2012

I have just finished reading BIG by Lloyd Pye I found a good read very hard to put down until the end.I have been interested in Bigfoot for about 30 years and this is the first book that I think is the most logical. I recomend it to anyone who has an interest in this subject.
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)
Michael Brogan reviewed on June 17, 2012

A terrific read, a real page turner, how Harry and the Hendersons got made into a Movie and a damn silly one at that, and this didn,t, is a crime , I hope Lloyd Pye writes a sequel, its left me hungry for more, c'mon Lloyd what happens next ?
(reviewed 32 days after purchase)
Kerry Kilmury reviewed on March 17, 2012

I absolutely enjoyed this book! Found it well written and definitely kept my attention.
Would very much like to buy a hard copy version of this.
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)
Darrell Dawson reviewed on Feb. 12, 2012

Damn, this was as good a book as I have read about Bigfoot and boy have I read a lot of them. Lloyd did a great job on this, it could not have been better. Keep them coming if you write any more. Darrell Dawson, Madison, NE BFRO
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Robert Folaron reviewed on Feb. 11, 2012

I really enjoyed this story and read the entire book within 48 hours of purchase. The character development is very good, but what I liked most was the completely different approach/perspective to a BigFoot story. I am a new Pye fan, having only recently discovered his works...now I'm hooked and want more. I recommend BIG to everyone.
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)
Michael Daw reviewed on Feb. 7, 2012

I enjoyed this book - perhaps not as much as other reviewers! - but it was an exciting page-turner and just as good, if not better, than many in a similar genre. Other reviewers are right that the characters are very real and well-rounded. So what stopped me giving four or five stars? Well, at points I felt the story went 'off the boil', for example when Marcy had to stop and help her mum get dinner ready - it seemed like the urgency was lost - I kept thinking about Big up there in the woods but Marcy seemed to have forgotten all about him!

The other minor grumble where the story could have been improved was the pervading acceptance on the part of all the characters of the self-evident existence of bigfoots (bigfeet?!). Now, I retain an open mind about these things but I think the story would have been strengthened if there was a character who was similarly sceptical (along with the orthodox view), which would have given me a way in to suspend this scepticism.

But overall, a good read with only a very few typos (unfortunately all too present in so many e-books).
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Stephen Garcia reviewed on Feb. 3, 2012

Lloyd Pye writes in the genre of Michael Crichton, and every bit as well. Both bring in lots of facts, and both weave page turning action into their stories well. But I have to say that Pye has a better feel for real people than Crichton. As much as I've enjoyed Crchton's books, he always makes his characters "tops in their field" or some kind amazing and unreal people. Pye catches a real feel for Americana. As to Bigfoot/Sasquatch, Pye knows as much as anyone about them, and he brings that into the story seamlessly and entertainingly. I had a really enjoyable time reading this story. I'd give it at least 4 stars out of 5. I look forward to his next book, and I hope it isn't long in coming.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Michel Boulet reviewed on Feb. 3, 2012

I loved this book. The story is awesome and the characters very well defined. You feel like watching a movie while reading it. Lots of action but with some good introspection as well. The depiction of "Big", the bigfoot is not that of a creepy monster. It is showed as a different kind of human who lives a different kind of life.
All bigfooters will enjoy it for sure.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
alex freed reviewed on Jan. 24, 2012
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I absolutely love this book, I couldn't put it down, Bigfoots are my favorite creatures!! This is the most fascinating subject and I highly reccomend anything that Lloyd Pye has written on the subject whether fiction or non fiction, I have all his books!! Will read it to my son next, he is 8 and will love it!! Keep up the excellent work Mr Pye, we love you!! Ps. any chance of a sequel, can Marci go and stay with Big and his family???
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
Jeff Steward reviewed on Jan. 24, 2012

This seems to be the only ebook like this in the entire world. Anyone interested in the subject of Bigfoot definitely must read this. The way Mr. Pye ties Bigfoot facts into his story is very interesting, and with surprises waiting around every page, it makes for a very riveting story!
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
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