Alien Abduction

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Ron Calvin, Tik Michi and Gusissi 'Gus' Ugde Ghaolh were kidnapped from their home planets and forced to work as slave laborers. Using their special talents, they opened and learned to fly an ancient Alcantaran space ship the Bugs found floating in space. They escape and the adventures begin as they learn secrets of the ancient ship. Alien Abduction is the first in the series The Alcantarans. More
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About Terry Compton

Terry Compton has raced stock cars, rode horses across the Scapegoat Wilderness, fished and hunted most of his adult life while working at several different jobs. He is an Air Force veteran and served in the Air National Guard for several years. He is currently the owner, chief welder and installer for an ornamental iron business where he has made several award winning metal creations and is now turning this creativity to writing.

Terry loves to read science fiction, westerns and mystery stories. Some of his favorite authors are Clive Cussler, Robert Ludlum, Tom Clancy, Andre Norton, Poul Anderson, Robert Heinlein, Louie L'Amour, Zane Grey and Anne McCaffery. He is currently learning about 'indie' authors who are publishing e-books.

Terry currently lives in Montana with his wife and a dog who thinks she is a short furry people.

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Review by: Dale Baranoski on Feb. 02, 2014 :
An enjoyable read. A really good story. My only critique is it was overly wordy (yes, I made that wordy up) in that the author wrote as if he was telling the story to 5 graders so it was slow, methodical and sometimes repetative as if he really wanted it understood. But once I accepted and adjusted to this quirk, I could read around or through it and still totally enjoy the book. So on the Dale Scale Im going to go 4 stars and yes, I would/will read this author again.
(review of free book)

Review by: Unicorn Productions on Sep. 19, 2011 :
5 star story with 3 star execution. Lots of head hopping and omniscient narrator (which isn't necessarily bad, but needs some getting used to), and lots of indirect speech. The story is told more than shown and sometimes the repetitions slow down the action. I have very mixed feelings about this, I admit it! I liked the story, but those huge blocks of text made it for a slow read... do I want more? Maybe. Yeah, I guess I want to know what's next. But I'm not in a rush.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Mary Tatro on Sep. 04, 2011 :
I really enjoyed reading this book and the others in the series.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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