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on April 16, 2011 :
Nicely written science fiction short story that quickly gets to the action of the story. The story turned a little too much to the horror for my liking, but I know that a some SF readers like that.
Good formatting, and I didn't spot any typos while reading (which is always great!). The cover didn't come through in the file at the full size, but that is a really small quibble.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on June 17, 2010 :
Ms Vickery excels at penning a riveting romance/suspense book, but now she can add SF to her growing list of expertly written genres.
This was excellent, as at first you think this is the typical crash landing on an unknown, deserted planet, but as you read further, the question becomes -- just WHO is being rescued?
(reviewed the day of purchase)