Footloose - A Bubba the Monster Hunter Short Story

Footloose A Bubba the Monster Hunter Short Story Bubba s back and this one is as bad as it gets Bubba s on the trail of a bigfoot in the Virginia mountains and he learns than he bargained for on this mission Agent Amy Hall is back too and Bubba

  • Title: Footloose - A Bubba the Monster Hunter Short Story
  • Author: John G. Hartness
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Bubba s back, and this one is as bad as it gets Bubba s on the trail of a bigfoot in the Virginia mountains, and he learns than he bargained for on this mission Agent Amy Hall is back, too, and Bubba s not sure if that s a good thing or not One thing he is sure of there s a monster loose in them there hills, and he s the biggest, baddest monster hunter around FoBubba s back, and this one is as bad as it gets Bubba s on the trail of a bigfoot in the Virginia mountains, and he learns than he bargained for on this mission Agent Amy Hall is back, too, and Bubba s not sure if that s a good thing or not One thing he is sure of there s a monster loose in them there hills, and he s the biggest, baddest monster hunter around Footloose is a short story, about 10,000 words, or 30 printed pages.

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      Published :2018-05-10T16:19:32+00:00

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    1. Kindle Unlimited Going through the entire Bubba the Monster Hunter collections and not sure if the boy is on drugs or should bebut he makes real interesting readingd a little wonder if his mama dropped him on his head, hard, repeatedly, on purpose, bless his heart.But John G be sure to tell Bubba if he's ever back down this way to holler;I bet that boy is more fun than wrasslin' a piga supernatural no bitey one of course. P.S. Come on down, and we'll shoot or set something on fire, darlin'. **al [...]

    2. "Footloose - A Bubba the Monster Hunter Short Story" by John G. Hartness is another one of several "Bubba the Monster Hunter" short stories created for our reading pleasure by Mr. Hartness. I've read several of these stories, and have enjoyed each of them immensely. Bubba is not a deep-thinking academician, or literary giant although he IS something of a giant, physically speaking. At six foot, five inches or so, and around 300 pounds, Bubba doesn't have to take a lot of guff from anybody. Surpr [...]

    3. This short story (episode) adds the big picture of the Paranormal/Supernatural world in The Bubba the Monster Hunter series, giving us insight into both the hunters and monsters alike. In case you are just stumbling upon this series, here is my advice: While it helps to start at the beginning, you can catch on to the storyline with out much problem from any of the short stories. Much like working a jigsaw puzzle, the more you read the more you will be able to piece it all together. I am addicted [...]

    4. Best Bubba story yet. We're finally getting into the depths of the character who continues to get more interesting with each story, and based on the ending looks to get even better in the next one. My only complaint with this book is that there were a few typos in the Kindle version, although that's pretty rare in John's other books so I'm giving it a pass this time.Honestly never thought I'd enjoy a series about a redneck monster hunter, but these are great shorts.

    5. Bubba is on the look out for a Bigfoot. Agent Hall returns. Lots of Bigfoot wiener jokes. We get some insight into Bubba's backstory.

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