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The author survived a diet of b-movies, pulp-fiction, cartoons and comics. Some say he is from another planet, but others claim that he was beamed up from a deeper level of reality.
on July 22, 2013 :
The book has its charm in many ways: the warm dialogue, the gentle didactic slant taken by the author in these times of 'austerity', and the lovely rural setting contrasted with the expansive space narrative. Even the obvious homages to various well known space genre classics (the dressing gown reminded me of Arthur Dent) are endearing. BUT there are some problems that have been missed in the proofreading process, with some basic punctuation errors persistent throughout. This is a children's book after all. That said, I enjoyed reading it to my kids, and they both - boy and girl - got something out of it. (The plot did just enough to keep them interested). It's a solid three stars, and it was worth the dosh. I'll look at the preview for the sequel in the hope that the author's found a better editor.
(reviewed long after purchase)
Lartin M. Deynah
on May 23, 2013 :
this book is amazing
i love it and i hope it can be spread all over the world
(reviewed the day of purchase)