Sasquatch (novel)

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Author Roland Smith
Cover artist Stephanie Bart-Hovarth
Country United States
Language English
Genre Fantasy, Adventure
Publisher Hyperion Books
Publication date
Media type Print (Paperback)
Pages 188 pp (first edition, paperback)
ISBN 0-7868-1334-2
OCLC 42476593

Sasquatch is a novel written by Roland Smith.

Plot summary[edit]

When Dylan accompanies his father to a meeting of the Bigfoot International society, he's sure that it's just another of Dad's odd hobbies. Soon after, his father joins the society's sinister leader in an expedition to hunt down a Sasquatch specimen, and Dylan decides to go along. He hooks up with an old hermit who seems to be familiar with the area and the legend. When it appears that someone is following the old man, Dylan begins to suspect that his companion may be hiding a mysterious past. In addition, evidence that the Sasquatch may be more than a legend begins to accumulate and Dylan realizes he must prevent the society from killing them. Dylan is also included in Roland Smiths' other novel, Chupacabra.