The Education of Clint Buchanan

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
In this sequel to 2008’s The Legend of Sasquatch, Clint Buchanan has left Texas and his Sasquatch nickname behind, but will trouble follow him north of the Red River? More

Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html

First 25% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader
About William T. Prince

Born and raised between the Red and the Rio Grande, Will Prince moved to Oklahoma, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania before returning home to the Lone Star. He holds a bachelor's degree in criminal justice and sociology from Cameron University, a master's in criminal justice and psychology from Radford University, and a paralegal certificate from the University of Houston. Will's career includes stints in law enforcement, corporate security, immigration law, and college teaching. He has been a Certified Protection Professional (board-certified in security management by ASIS International) since 1996 and was granted lifetime status in 2012. Currently a freelance writer and paralegal, Will lives in Corinth, Texas. His novels to date include The Legend of Sasquatch and The Education of Clint Buchanan.

Read William T. Prince's Smashwords Interview
Learn more about William T. Prince


The Education of Clint Buchanan - Book Video Trailer
Immerse yourself in the continuing saga of Clint "Buck Hannon." The young Texas behemoth moves north of the Red River to escape his troubles and start a new life, but unfortunately new troubles emerge. Will Clint again be strong enough to survive? (Contains adult content--mature readers only!)

Also in Series: Clint Buchanan


Jay Henderson reviewed on March 16, 2012

I smooth transition to a second part of the 'education' and moving forward with Clint's life. I found it to be a very fun read as it speaks of my old home town and area, and brought back many great memories. Very well written and enjoyable read about the ups and downs in a young man's life.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Jan Brown reviewed on March 9, 2012

Having read the first book in this series, I ended up comparing the two thus the 4 stars on this one. I think I liked the first book much better as in this book Clint has "found Jesus" and prays a lot. This isn't your typical Christian book as its for adults with its sex scenes which are not graphicly erotic but more like a real man's thoughts and feelings before and during sex without being erotic was my feeling. Clint has a lot of things happen to him during this story that will probably lead him into his adult life trying to be a good man but realizing he still a sinner and his hot temper still gets him in trouble. Thus the "education" not only college but life once again. The story was a little hard to get into at first with all the praying and Clint is constantly thinking things out but halfway through and on into the ending it seemed to pick up the pace and you want to find out what happened next as tragedy strikes him in a couple of ways that will change his life and test his feelings for God.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Report this book