Probable, Possible, Plausible An Explanatory Guide to Monsters and Myth by Scott Strozier
Every story, no matter the subject matter, has a segment of inspirational truth...Unbelievability of a story comes with its intended purpose: The more the story is meant to entertain, the more prone it is to exaggeration and becoming unrealistic." The Grim Reaper, Medusa, Sasquatch, and chimera all have a foundation built on facts, not fiction. Yet some would readily dismiss the stories of these creatures as the ramblings of our primitive ancestors. Is the unwillingness to see any truth in these tales a sign of a modern superiority complex?
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 Pages