Book Review: C. S. Boyack’s The Yak Guy Project

Here’s an early review of The Yak Guy Project. People seem to be enjoying this one. Do you have your copy yet?

Staci Troilo

The Yak Guy Project by C. S. BoyackImagine waking up in the desert with no idea what happened to you. You have clear memories of situations and places, but a complete loss in personal matters… like your own name. This situation is bad, and you have no idea how to get home.

When you’re rescued by a talking yak, the situation gets exponentially worse. You’ve obviously lost your mind. The immediate needs of a ride off the salt pan and searing heat, along with a drink of water, outweigh the concerns about your mental state.

This is exactly what happened to the Yak Guy. In fact, he’s been placed in an alternate world and given a chance to start over in life.

Can this selfish, almost parasitic, young man learn to start over in a world where charity is hard to find? Life is brutal and short here, but he’s going to have to adapt or perish.

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4 responses to “Book Review: C. S. Boyack’s The Yak Guy Project

  1. Just popping in to say hi. I won’t be around till after Friday (deadline), but I didn’t want you to think I forgot about your new release.

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  2. Awesome reviews coming in, Craig! Congratulations. 🙂

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