Saving John

Rated 3.50/5 based on 3 reviews
In the vein of Ray Bradbury's "The Halloween Tree," this fantasy adventure follows three friends on their quest to stop a deranged survivalist that has eluded capture and is known as the Redwood Reaper.
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Words: 51,370
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301234509
About Gabe Sluis

Gabe Sluis is from Northern California, a graduate of UC Santa Cruz with a degree in Linguistics and a US Army veteran. He began writing as a hobby, primarily exploring Multiverse Sci-Fi and Fantasy for young adults. His stories are appealing to a larger audience, with themes unbound by standard YA convention. While the books are not series based, some common characters and places are seen throughout novels and short stories alike. He has published three novels, three short story collections, and a children's book. Check out his latest novel, ARROW OF TIME, as well as the podcast Tales From The Multiverse!

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Review by: Hannes Birnbacher on April 24, 2016 : (no rating)
I could not force myself to read on after the first third of the book and stay awake, for lack of suspense, of interesting details or new ideas. For heavens sake, why should I read 292 pages of logorrhoe like this: "Fear began to grip Donny’s mind as childhood movies of monsters in space ran across his thoughts. And then a comforting thought: his lighter. He always carried a lighter, a nice slim Zippo that Chris and Jake had gotten him as a gift. A nice gift for their smoker friend. He reached down into his pocket, (...)" ?
This is not my thing, therefore no ranking.
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Review by: James Jenkins on Dec. 05, 2015 :
I read 8% before putting this one down. Kindle was telling me I still had about 2 hours reading to finish it and all I was seeing was stupid teenage boy stuff, been there, done that, read it before. No point in doing it again.
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Review by: Roni1128 on June 21, 2015 :
This story is such a poignant one, a deep and intricate look into the bonds of friendship, and the impact of parental influence. The characters are so real, I was drawn in immediately and could not stop reading until it was over (which I didn't want it to be!). The blend of fantasy and reality was seamless. It felt as real to me as if I to had slipped into world not quite our own. An amazing read, and a touching story.
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