Tales of the Ragoon, Kate's Movie Star

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
On Kate's night out, she had the bad luck to run into the Ragoon. Sixteen, no Comprehensive Personal License and no note from her owner. It's off to the Merced Human Rehabilitation Center for her. But an automobile accident and an absent minded father leads to a chance encounter with a famous movie star (he is famous in his own mind.) What's a girl to do?
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Words: 33,230
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452352589
About Stan Morris

Retired, former computer tech, married, two grown children, now a grower of coffee, veggies, plumeria and other trees, and an incredible amount of weeds.
But mostly I read and watch sports.

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Review by: Superfly on Nov. 16, 2010 :
great read.
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Review by: GraceKrispy on Aug. 08, 2010 :
This was a very readable short story about a girl on the verge of womanhood and her relationship with a young man to whom she is assigned. Although it is a quick read, the grammar errors are a little distracting. This book is listed as a ya read. The content certainly fits in that category, but the writing style seems more suited for a much younger audience. Adding more depth to the characters and complexity to the sentences would add a lot to this story.
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Review by: Doug Pardee on March 17, 2010 :
Cute, inventive story, likeable characters, well-written. The "sci-fi" aspects are basically just background and shouldn't scare off anyone not "into" sci-fi. Although the story is categorized as Young Adult, I'm way, way, past YA and I still enjoyed it.

Lots of punctuation errors. Repeated ignorant misuse of the apostrophe caused me to bring the rating down to 4 stars.
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