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Nobody Loves a Bigfoot Like a Bigfoot Babe

4.27 of 5 stars 4.27  ·  rating details  ·  121 ratings  ·  33 reviews
The Northern California town of Big Beaver has become a haven for Bigfoot, alien sightings and is home to The Phantom Bigfoot Bather. One particularly weird Beaverite, Duane, has kept the Bigfoot a secret, but to his utter dismay, a female Bigfoot abducts a teenager. Duane must use all his guile to stop his secret from getting out, especially now that MB, his close friend ...more
Kindle Edition, first print, 286 pages
Published December 6th 2012 by Christopher Matthews Publishing
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Tilly Currer (Hardcore Heroines)
I posted this review on my blog months ago, I felt guilty about posting it because it sums up how much I hate this book. No more, sorry Simon Okill, but after seeing your rude comment on someone else's bad review, I realised I'm not the only one. I'm posting mine. I have an opinion.

Even though the blurb is a little bit…confusing, this book looked very intriguing to me, seriously, who doesn’t want to read a book about Bigfoots? It was described to me as a romantic comedy, let me tell you it was f
Billy Masters
A modern day Harry and the Henderson's with a couple of frisky female and a very randy male Bigfoot. Throw in a small town named "Little Beaver", the local lady sheriff named Lou, her deputy Dwight, some FBI agents,(one oversexed female & a by the book male) a Big foot impersonator name Duane, his Indian side kick MD and some Asian tourists and you get one funny entertaining ride.
Add a little drama and some romance between humans and Bigfoot, among themselves and each other and you get more
Kirstin Pulioff
WOW! This book has left me speechless. It really is hard to put into words what this story is…Without a doubt, this book is the only of its type. As an Oregon resident, and a fan of all things Big Foot related, I have been secretly holding on to reading this book until I was camping (creating the mood if you will). I am so glad I did. What a fun book. Full of comedy, full of intrigue, and full of Big Foot… real and not.

A fun, quirky, adult comedic read that will have you looking at Big Foot in a
Simon Okill
Dec 14, 2013 Simon Okill rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Nobody Loves a Bigfoot Like a Bigfoot Babe is a humorous blend of adult humor, naughty practical jokes, sex-starved FBI, wanton female Sheriff looking to get laid, demented crypto-zoologist and Duane a small time hero with a big time heart. He is the Phantom Bigfoot whose main purpose in life is to protect his tribe of Bigfoot from hunters and sightseers. This he does by dressing up as Bigfoot. Problem is not getting bagged and hung up on a hunter's wall. It's a laugh a minute, a real hoot that ...more
I'm sorry, but this was such an effort to get through. I legitimately purchased this book from Amazon and therefore not one of the many reviewers on here given a copy in exchange for the review. Of course, reviews are, by their nature, subject to the reviewers own predilections. However, I didn't find this book humorous at all. At. All. Don't get me wrong - I love "adult gross out humor". This just wasn't it. The characters were extremely two-dimensional, and there were so many typographical and ...more
Karen Prince
I bought this book on a whim because I heard it was great light entertainment and devoured it in a day. It turned out to be a real page turner.

In this raunchy comedy about the hapless residents of the town of Big Beaver and the somewhat smelly tribe of Bigfoot living in the forest nearby there is never a dull moment. In order to deflect attention from his artless Bigfoot friends Duane-o, a wealthy layabout, sneaks around dressed up in a Bigfoot costume. Unfortunately, he gets caught between his
Bob Rector
Thank God there are crazy guys like Simon Okill writing crazy funny books like Nobody Loves A Bigfoot Like A Bigfoot Babe. I'm not going to get into the deep psychological underpinnings of this saga (because even if they exist, who cares?). I'd rather focus on Okill's delightfully wicked imagination and the sheer fun of living in his world where Bigfoot creatures are a given (maybe) and their behavior makes you want to seriously party down with these guys (and babes). The action takes place in a ...more
Rosary McQuestion
A rollicking ride!

Author Simon Okill’s NOBODY LOVES A BIGFOOT LIKE A BIGFOOT BABE is NOT anything like the furry, elusive creatures featured on the Discovery channel! The story takes place in Northern California in the small town of Big Beaver in the Shasta Cascade Region, home of the elusive Bigfoot. Beaverites, Lance and Barbie Whittleberry who own a tidy little house in the area, stagger home one night from Abe’s Bar and Grill, the local watering hole, only to be shocked at finding two Bigfoo
I bought Nobody Loves A Bigfoot Like A Bigfoot Babe in kindle version. Lately, I am not reading fiction, but I started reading this book, and I was pretty sure that I live in that very forest, step on the same shrubs that Bigfoot steps, feel the same as the Bigfoot do, understand their open innocent eyes, their feelings...

On one hand, I wanted to flip page after page faster and faster to see what's going on behind the next bush, or to hear an answer of an opponent in a conversation. On another,
I wasn't sure what to expect when I started this book. I'll be honest. I'm kind of a cynical person and not a huge fan of modern comedy. But, Simon's Bigfoot story was entertaining.

Were parts of the story gross? Yup. Were some of the characters kind of irritating? Yes. But they are supposed to be. Think Peter Griffin of Family Guy.

Duane, the bigfoot friend, is a strange goofy guy. And, with his care for the bigfoot, you just have to kind of love him. Not many people would deal with half the thin
I love Bigfoot films, documentaries and books so when I saw this one I thought that this would be perfect for me. Sadly it turned out to be the opposite.

I am not a fan of books that are just crude for the hell of it, whether they are meant to be funny or not, and that sums up this book for me. It feels like a book that a 14 year old boy would write, sniggering at his crude jokes as he goes along. In the first few chapters it talks non stop about farts, women's breasts, dope smoking and who had s
Debra Hartmann
I must admit, I was definitely pessimistic about this title. I mean really, bigfoot? Hasn't the hunt, the hoaxes, the mystery all been done to death? Read on - this book is not what you think it is and I am so glad I listened to the little bird telling me to read it! This is the book I needed to read after a long several weeks of work, work and more work and its the book that made me laugh so often and so spontaneously out loud that my husband kept asking me "what on earth" was I reading. Thank ...more
Christoph Fischer
"Nobody Loves a Bigfoot Like a Bigfoot Babe" by Simon Okill is simply a wonderful book.
Set in a sleepy town in Northern California called Big Beaver it centres around sightings of a Bigfoot, who may or may not be real, according to the people in Big Beaver. Much fun is poked at these sightings with pranks and jokes by the locals.
When a teenager is abducted Sheriff Lou gets assistance from FBI Agent Merlot. But the Bigfoot is real and while the investigation is under way, one citizen tries to kee
Larry B Gray
Nobody Loves a Bigfoot Like a Bigfoot Babe by Simon Okill is a part comedy, part mystery, part who done it novel, that despite laughing at the title, I really enjoyed. I found that once I got into the book I could not put it down.

The author did a great job in developing a story that at times seemed a little bizarre, yet at those time I would literally breakout laughing. The storyline was well developed and easy to follow. There were plenty of twist and unexpected turns which kept you glued to th
Scott Stevens
There's a Phantom Bigfoot Bather stealing shower time in Big Beaver, clogging drains and leaving half-eaten doughnuts on the porcelain throne. That's as creepy as the spectacularly fun paranormal comedy gets. The fun takes center stage right from chapter one in Nobody Loves a Bigfoot Like a Bigfoot Babe, and Okill's humor and imagination make this a MUST read. It's great storytelling – creative, wacky, a little naughty and a whole lot funny.

Sometimes funny writing loses steam halfway between th
Joss Landry
Nobody Loves a Bigfoot Like a Bigfoot Babe


Always wondered what I would have experienced reading the script of a TV series like Northern Exposure. Remember that one?

I loved the zany characters and the way you never quite knew what to expect.

Simon Okill’s story about a wacky yet warm rural town in Northern California, Big Beaver, introduces us to characters most readers are unlikely to forget.

Unable to figure out what would happen next, I found myself reading and reading without any
Alan Hardy
This hilarious, outrageous and original story takes place in Big Beaver, a town whose existence is centred around an endless series of japes and claims concerning the existence of the famed Bigfoot. Big Beaver is populated by an array of richly-comic, cleverly-drawn characters: amongst these are Duane, a rich layabout spending his time either cavorting with various Bigfoot or ‘doing’ most of the town’s female inhabitants; a wannabe Native American out to prove the existence of Bigfoot; do-nut gu ...more
Sarah-Fae Graham
Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Well written, well edited and well thought through.

I'd recommend this to most of my friends.

It was a welcome change from my usual reading habits and I'll look forward to reading it again in the future.

I'm lucky enough to own a signed copy of this book, a gift from the Author in return for an honest review. It takes pride of place on my bookshelf.

A great read, good humour, definitely worth a buy.
Just realised I never reviewed this.
I can honestly say this book made me laugh out loud! I enjoyed it so much, sad, funny and adult reading with a difference. I got it Kindle but will go back and get the paperback! <3
Dennis Coates
A well written, amusing and deeply perceptive read.The prose is imaginative, anarchic and leaves a deep impression on the reader. Warmly commended to all age groups. Dennis Coates.
Bigfoot!? Really? Looked like a fun read. Wasn't. Made it to page 40. The plot was disjointed and I hate to drag myself thru a book. I thought it was crude, mean and lame. Sorry
Olga Miret
Nobody Loves a Bigfoot Like a Bigfoot Babe (Book1) by Simon Okill
Movie waiting to happen
I am not a genre reader. I don’t read a particular type of novel (or even only fiction, although it is my predilection) exclusively and I normally see what tickles my fancy at the time of choosing a book, although once decided I’ll usually stick to it.
I like comedies and humour but rarely buy books that are exclusively humour. I probably watch more comedy films than I read comedy novels.
One thing that struck
John Dolan
Simon Okill's foray into Bigfoot territory is great fun.

His story is written with a wacky touch and he releases a cast of half-crazy characters into the narrative. There is much schoolboy prankery in the tale, a lot of butt scratching, and an endearing if rather odorous collection of randy Bigfoot Babes. If ever scratch-and-sniff ebooks are developed, then Simon Okill's comedy should be used for beta testing.

This is a very easy and amusing read, packed with naughtiness and adults behaving badly.
Lauren Lynne
The book is well- written, the story funny and the characters likable. Truth and fiction are seamlessly blended together in this goofy tale. I could visualize the small town where it all takes place and I could feel the frustration and pain of the local sheriff as she deals with the cockamamie citizenry. To solve the latest Bigfoot abduction, the sheriff must question the man who dresses up as a Bigfoot and the man who swears he was abducted by aliens along with the rest of the township. Matters ...more
Damian Stevenson
'Nobody Loves a Bigfoot Like a Bigfoot Babe' is was a highly entertaining and original read. I usually have a hard time with 'quirky' but this was so well done I enjoyed all the oddball characters and the general scenario. Simon Okill is a wonderful writer. His dialogue is sharp and hilarious. I read this book in a few days and it was a lot of fun! I look forward to discovering more gems from this talented author.
Roy Huff
An excellent book for the crypto zoology lover. It was a great fascination of mine during my teenage years, and this book brought back all those same memories with a touch of humor and mystery. A great read if you like the genre or are looking for something different to read.
S.R. Mallery
A Book With It All

Ok. Along with probably 90% of the general population, just talking about Bigfoot has always made me snicker. I mean, come on! But no more. In his book, Nobody Loves a Big Foot Like a Bigfoot Babe, Simon Okill has managed to inject LOL humor, mystery, sex (between humans as well as a big foot and his babes), sweetness, poignancy, and great descriptions of these lovable, hairy, foul-smelling creatures.

The cast of characters are varied and appealing, albeit lovelorn and/or stinky
This book was a hoot! This book was just my style! I've never come across another writer that writes stories similar to me! LOL! My fave character would have to be MB or Mocking Bird the "Indian Chief". Lol! I highlighted a lot of his Old Indian Legends through out the story too. The Bigfoots were pretty funny as well! At least I learned a new term for the word penis, but you'll have to read the story too to find out what it is! hehe! Anyway, this was a fun read, and it made me laugh a lot which ...more
Books On Fire Tours
If you are looking for something unique to read then look no further. I enjoyed the perspective it gave me not just from the characters but also the Big foots. This is a gripping tale and well written.
I even learned a new language from it, and hopefully you will too.
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