Chipmunk-Girl: Last of the Mole People

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2000s,Across Centuries

Thorpe E. Wright V

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Native American legends tell of man-sized squirrels and talking chipmunks. NASA coverup. What if the legends and stories are true . . . What if? Chipmunk-Girl: Last of the Mole People, is a story of the Mole People exiling two of their own to the surface world and the sole survivor, their daughter.



Short Summary

Two rancher brothers go on a hunting trip in the Canadian forest. They are in their mid -forties. While, sitting around a camp fire, they have a huge altercation. In the middle of the night, the older brother is attacked and killed by a grizzly bear. The young brother escapes to the forest.

Escaping from the FBI, and mortally wounded, the chipmunk-girl, and the oldest son flee back to the Canadian forest. 2 years later - mother and daughter Mole People forage in the forest and the young daughter is taught lessons. Talks to Mother Earth. "I Am." The First Day of the Rest of Your Life.


Canadian forest, and Montana, USA

Based on a True Story


Plot - Premise

Internal Journey/Rebirth,Quest

Plot - Other Elements

Meaningful Message,Happy Ending,Philosophical Questions

Mature Audience Themes

Extreme Violence,Nudity,Incest,Sexual Abuse,Substance Abuse

Main Character Details

Name: Shameeta (Toad)

Age: Sweet 16 (see her grow up)

Gender: Female

Role: Logical

Key Traits: Adventurous,Aspiring,Aggressive,Charming,Complex,Confident,Engaging,Faithful,Flexible,Gracious,Heroic,Educated,Honorable,Insecure,Modest,Obedient,Sexy,Religious,Blunt,Outspoken,Skillful,Romantic,Sarcastic,Secretive,Seductive,Sophisticated

Additional Character Details

Name: Frankie

Age: 40

Gender: Male

Role: Mentor

Key Traits: Charming,Clumsy,Complex,Confident,Decisive,Desperate,Faithful,Educated,Honorable,Insecure,Modest,Patriotic,Outspoken

Additional Character Details

Name: John

Age: 18

Gender: Male

Role: emotional

Key Traits: Adventurous,Aspiring,Charming,Clumsy,Complex,Desperate,Faithful,Gracious,Educated,Honorable,Insecure,Naive,Underdog,Modest,Obedient,Patriotic,Religious,Selfless,Outspoken,Skillful,Secretive

Additional Character Details

The author has not yet written this

Development Pitch

Many ancient cultures around the world believe that our forefathers came from the stars. These include the Aztecs, Mayans, Egyptians, Hindus, and the Chinese—to name but a few. Several Native American tribes believe that man did not descend from the stars but arose from the earth! The American Indians tell of races such as the Ant People, Lizard People, and the Sasquatch (Bigfoot), living among humans. Lesser known is the legend of the Mole People—not referring to the homeless people living in the sewers of New York City. The Native Americans tell tales of man-sized squirrels and of talking chipmunks. Go online, and you may come across an article written on August 1, 2009, in the Weekly World News. It tells of a story of Mole People living twenty miles beneath the earth—twenty miles! We’re not talking sewers here. A tunnel was discovered in Washington State. Apparently, NASA discovered the tunnel and is doing a cover-up! President Bush handled the situation, though communication was very difficult with the race of Mole People, for they can only speak an old Navajo dialect. Chipmunk-Girl: Last of the Mole People is a story of the Mole People exiling two of their own to the surface world and the sole survivor, their daughter. Whether this book is just another fun-filled fantasy or a story based on actual real-life events, I’ll let you decide. What if the legends and stories are true . . . What if? Thorpe E. Wright V, tells the Legend of Chipmunk-Girl: Last of the Mole People.

About The Author

Thorpe (“Thor”) E. Wright V, is a descendant of British royalty from the House of Thorpe. Thor spent his early teenage summers as a cattle rancher. Being raised in the suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts, USA, he is a graduate of Assumption College with a B. A. in Business Management and a minor in Computer Science. For fourteen years, Mr. Wright worked as a motion picture operations manager/projectionist for the largest theatre chain in the Boston area. Thor obtained a CDL A license, and later drove a 53' tractor/trailer across the USA for two years. As an eclectic martial artist with over forty-seven years experience, Thor taught Kempo karate for ten years, and later co-founded the Cambridge Institute of Martial Arts (CIMA). He is proficient in many forms of eastern meditation, and is an astral traveler. As president of ThaiCat Productions, Shihan Wright hopes to someday syndicate his own TV show to educate people about the variety of martial arts and teach eastern philosophies. Thorpe Wright is posted on the Internet Movie Data base @ as an executive producer (2 credits), associate producer, and a technical advisor (2 credits), for three independent films. Thor had spent a year in writing this book – his third book. Currently self-employed and a bachelor, Mr. Wright lives near Boston, MA -- not far from the Boston Museum of Science and the beautiful Charles River. Cover and illustrations by Thorpe E. Wright V

Target Audiences

Age: 18-34,35-54,55+

Target Gender: Universal

Group Specific

Information not completed

Publishing Details

Status: Yes: with a Publisher

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Year Published: 2016, 2020

Hard Copy Available



978-1-7283-4381-5 (hc)




A man finds a member of the legendary Mole People in the forest, a 16-year-old girl. He takes her home to live among his own family. With time, they learn to respect her and to live with the differences. She falls in love with the man's son and, after getting suddenly hurt, she goes back with him to her natural habitat, where they build their own family.

Overall Rating


Point of View


Narrative Elements

Authors Writing Style: FAIR

Characterization: GOOD

Commerciality: GOOD

Franchise Potential: FAIR

Pace: GOOD

Premise: GOOD

Structure: GOOD

Theme: GOOD

Accuracy of Book Profile

Yes, it mostly does. The only thing is that, since the book is a fantasy, it shouldn't be categorized as being based on a true story.

Draw of Story

The initial friendly relationship between the farmer and the chipmunk-girl.

Possible Drawbacks

There are too many flashbacks and references to past events, which could be inserted into the plot in a more organic manner.

Use of Special Effects


Primary Hook of Story

The subtext of prejudice and racism, and the learning that when we get to respect the differences, people can surprise us and open our minds.

Fanbase Potential

Possibly. Since it is a love story and it has an interesting main character, it might attract a large audience.

Awards Potential

Yes, mostly awards concerning fantasy.

Envisioned Budget


Similar Films/TV Series


What’s New About the Story

The central character who comes from a species completely unknown to humans. It could become even more unique if her universe was more explored in the story.

Lead Characters

The lead character stands out for being a brave young girl, challenged by a world that is entirely new to her. The farmer Frankie is a complex person, who suffers from a sentiment of inferiority. He is very good, but he is also prone to committing mistakes, as a normal human being. His son John is very charming, attentive and gentle, a person completely open-minded to the new.

Uniqueness of Story

Not yet. Even though the main characters are charismatic and compelling, the story is very simple and sometimes too innocent in the way it treats themes like prejudice. I believe some dialogue could be improved and the conflicts between the main character and her "adoptive family" could be more developed. The universe of the Mole People could also be more explored in the story, giving more solidity to the existence of this interesting species.

Possible Formats

Film - Studio, Film - Streaming, TV Series - Network

Analyst Recommendation



The book should be considered because the story has potential and the main characters are interesting and charismatic. The fact that the narrative is basically centered in prejudice and coexistence issues also makes it very relevant nowadays. However, some things could be improved. In terms of writing, there are still some typing errors and passages that could be improved in a revision. There are too many flashbacks that sometimes drag the narrative and too many references to past events, that could be included in the story in more organic ways. I also felt that the Mole People as a species could be explored in more detail, which would make the story even more interesting in terms of fantastic elements.