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Scary Monsters and Super Creeps Dom Joly Sets Off Round The World Again, But This Time He S Not Looking To Holiday In A Danger Zone He S Monster Hunting Ever Since He Was Given A Copy Of Arthur C Clarke S Mysterious World For His Ninth Birthday Dom Has Been Obsessed With The World Of Cryptozoology Monster Hunting , And In Scary Monsters And Super Creeps He Heads To Six Completely Different Destinations To Investigate Local Monster Sightings He Explores The Redwood Curtain In Northern California In Search Of Sasquatch In Canada He Visits Lake Okanagan Hoping To Catch A Glimpse Of A Thirty Foot Snake Like Creature Called Ogopogo And Near Lake T L In Congo He Risks His Life Tracking The Vegetarian Sauropod Mok L Mb Mb Naturally He Heads To Loch Ness But For This Hunt He Has His Family In Tow He Treks Across The Khumbu Valley In Nepal Looking For Yeti And In The Hills Above Hiroshima In Japan He Enlists The Help Of A Local Man To Find The Hibagon, A Terribly Smelly Caveman Ape In Typically Hilarious And Irreverent Fashion, Dom Explores The Cultures That Gave Rise To These Monster Myths And Ends Up In Some Pretty Hairy Situations With People Even Stranger Than The Monsters They Are Hunting Are The Monsters All The Product Of Fevered Minds, Or Is There A Sliver Of Truth Somewhere In The Madness Either Way, The Search Gives Dom An Excuse To Dive Into Six Fascinating Destinations On A Gloriously Nutty Adventure.


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10 thoughts on “Scary Monsters and Super Creeps

  1. says:

    Hupaisa kokoelma kertomuksia koomikon hirvi jahdeista eri puolilla maailmaa Eka oli hienoin, sitten taso hieman notkahti, mutta miellytt v matkaluettavaa silti T ytyy lukea muitakin Jolyn matkailukirjoja.


  2. says:

    I ve come across two very different versions of Dom Joly One is the pleasant family guy I ve seen in Cirencester s best coffee shop The other is the TV personality who has appeared in the kind of excruciatingly unfunny shows that I wouldn t watch with a barge pole This is not quite a mixed metaphor if you use Decartes mod


  3. says:

    Totally worth the 99p I paid for this book, that s not a slight on Mr.Joly s work, in fact this is the first work of his I ve read and it was a blast from start to finish Funny and easy to enjoy it made me want to drop everything,pack a bag and go monster hunting.


  4. says:

    I think that there are two things that you have to consider before reading this book The first is this are you a fan of Dom Joly To be completely honest, I didn t enjoy this book very much simply because I have no idea who Dom Joly is, what his accomplishments are, etc He seems to be famous in the UK at least he makes it a point of tel


  5. says:

    A mildly entertaining travel log, specifically documenting the silliness that accompanies Dom while he goes in search of The Big Six scary monsters I had the feeling that rather than Dom has been obsessed with the world of cryptozoology being the motivation for this book, actually Dom had some success with Dark Tourist, and wanted to do anoth


  6. says:

    This is a travelogue with a gimmicky premise to hunt for crytozoology marvels like Nessie or Mokele Mbembe, but that s largely a vehicle for Joly s comments on mundane human absurdity, small mindedness and self importance This takes him from the jungles of the Congo to the peaks of the Himalayas and to, erm, Inverness, in search of these creatures A


  7. says:

    Dom Joly travels around the world in search of creatures that may or may not exist Bigfoot, the Yeti, Ogopogo, and the like He doesn t find any of them, but that doesn t really matter, because this book is about the journeys than the monsters And those journeys are filled with odd incidents, interesting people, and travelling frustrations, all recounted f


  8. says:

    A very enjoyable read about Dom Jolly s adventures travelling around the world in search of some of the iconic monsters such as Big Foot as well as a few lesser known cryptozoological mysteries You won t find a great deal new on these creatures but ...


  9. says:

    Quite a variety of takes and tales here Not sure how much I d seek of the same, but I didn t hate my time on his journey The writing isn t bad, but nothing to rave about.


  10. says:

    Great fun no, it s not going to give Dr Karl Shuker any sleepless nights but this is the definition of good time spent in excellent company.


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