Gone Wild Stories is a series of books based on the works of H.P. Jameson, who is an expert on strange cases and strange encounters. The author compiled all his many investigations into a book that describes how a deathbed full of flowers is found with an object missing from it. Then, there is a story about a woman who has committed suicide in a field after seeing a “wild animal” destroy her home. Then there are other bizarre tales from around the world, such as one about the Bermuda Islands being haunted by Vampires. These stories along with many others like them have been collected into a single volume called Wildfire.
Many people compare Gone Wild Stories with Enid Blyton’s Peter Rabbit, although both books take place on earth and deal with people and animals going about their daily lives, but with slightly different outcomes. In the case of Gone Wild Stories, Jameson creates a fantasy world that includes a variety of strange characters. The main character in the novels is a woman called Amy Waterman, who investigates strange events and makes connections along the way, often using her imagination to solve problems.
There are many things that make this series stand out from other mystery/adventure novels. First is the fact that most of the major characters are human, which adds to the human interest factor. Secondly, Jameson creates a complex and well-developed plot. There are several different plotlines to follow, and each one is given sufficient attention to develop and keep you turning the next page.
Jameson is also very imaginative when it comes to the descriptions of the locations he has created. There are descriptions of the locales, landmarks, and wildlife that are completely true to life. He does describe things in a way that leaves you wanting more, and is a great storyteller. He knows how to create suspense and creates enough excitement to make you want to read the next story. Gone Wild Stories is a novel that will keep you reading until the last sentence is read.
There are many reviews online for Gone Wild Stories, and most seem to be good ones. Most are saying how good this book is, and how much fun it is to read. They also like the idea that these books can be enjoyed by children and adults alike. It’s a fun novel that tells a story about going on a wild ride, and the wild and exciting things that happen along the way.
Jameson does have some minor injuries in this novel, but they are not overly detailed or graphic. This is fine, especially when you are talking about something as serious as this. He also knows how to make a story exciting and uses plenty of action to keep his reader interested. The descriptions of the wilderness are very vivid, and this keeps the reader awake. The actions of each character are also well thought out, and this adds to the excitement.
These wild stories have a lot of humor in them, which makes them even more entertaining. A couple of examples include one that has the bear thinking he is President and another where the main character is going after his own tail. Both of these are funny and will get your laugh reflexes working fast. You’ll find this particular story ends on a high note, with the man finally catching his tail.
Going wild stories are a great way to end a reading session, and will leave you eager to read more. If you like this type of story, you should pick up the novel. You won’t be disappointed, and it will get you excited about the next wild story you hear. It also makes a great afternoon read, especially when you’ve finished reading. It’s good clean fun and will keep you off your feet for a while.