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Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite
Legend of the Chupacabra by Michael Hebler is the third story in Hebler’s excellent Chupacabra series, and it is a truly exceptional story. Once again we meet Suzanne and Jessie, who have managed to move forward with their lives in the wake of all they were faced with in the previous volume, Curse of the Chupacabra. Legend of the Chupacabra is as well-crafted as any best-seller on the market. Hebler has a remarkable talent for taking a blood-sucking, murderous and demonic entity, and giving it a justifiable reason for existing, as it rains vengeance upon a great many wicked and greedy men guilty of heinous crimes against humanity. This story follows the classic theme of “Good versus Evil”, but in this case the “Good” is plied through the expedient of the Chupacabra, on behalf of the innocent victims of their wicked and “Evil” human nemeses. Not all monsters walk on four legs.
Legend of the Chupacabra is written like a novel that is based on a block-buster movie. Indeed, Hollywood would do well to take a long, hard look at Hebler’s series; with novel #4 already underway, they may be missing out on a potentially great movie series. Hebler’s Chupacabra is an entity never before seen in literature or film. Unlike its erstwhile namesake, the Goat-Sucker, Hebler’s Chupacabra will present a worthy challenge to cinematic special effects experts. Legend of the Chupacabra once again displays Hebler’s genius at its best. Fans of horror, fans of Westerns, fans of fantasy, and fans of just plain good writing will all enjoy reading Hebler’s Chupacabra tales. Don’t wait for the movie to come out… get your copies now, and you will be urging all your friends to do the same. Legend of the Chupacabra is a very entertaining story, in a very entertaining series.