Sheila’s Planet

Rated 1.80/5 based on 5 reviews
Three young men and a girl find themselves in a desperate situation when their aircraft crash lands in an Australian desert. They are rescued by a woman in a flying saucer, who takes them to live on spaceship where women are the rulers. The earthmen are then trained to obey women, but one earthman rebels and try to escape back to Earth. More
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on July 18, 2015 :
Well this is strange. I felt guilty downloading Beryl the Peril for free so I paid for this one partly to see if it was as bad as all the other reviewers said it was. After loading it into my eBook folder I discovered that I had downloaded it two and a half years ago. It must have been free at that time. I didn’t read it then so that is why I didn’t recognize it. It is a difficulty read with all the errors as the other reviewers attested to (though I wonder if the ‘off course’ is perhaps an English spelling.) They do spell many words different from us Americans. ‘Colour, humour,’ etc. It is used so consistently, scores if not hundreds of times, which makes me wonder. A note to Steven and Ken—while I don’t blame you for giving up—the erotica didn’t begin until past mid-point, it wasn’t very erotic at that, so you didn’t miss much. Overall the writing is rather bland at best. It reads as a prolonged series of dull conversations and so many thoughts were repeated, it became annoying.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

Review by: Rhapsodie McClintick on Aug. 20, 2013 :
I liked it.
(review of free book)

Review by: Stephen Galperin on Aug. 15, 2013 :
I hung it up after 90 pages. For a book that was categorized under erotica, it wasn't particularly erotic. It read more like a dissertation on the evils of males.
(review of free book)

Review by: NoordZee on Nov. 10, 2012 : (no rating)
In my opinion, Sheila's Planet (Was it meant to be Sheilas' Planet?) is the worst written prose I have ever come across in a published work. Just about every page contains errors in grammar, omitted auxiliary verbs, spelling errors and so forth. I especially fell over the expression 'off course' and 'he done it' instead of 'of course' and 'he has done it'. The word 'illiterate' springs readily to my mind. In addition, I believe that a transition has been made from erotica to pornography. Erotica is usually polysemic, whereas pornography focuses exclusively on sexual content for the sake of sex in the absence of love. All this is just my opinion, but I nevertheless thank the author for making this book available for free.
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Review by: Andy Morris on June 10, 2012 : (no rating)
Very difficult to read not least because of the huge amount of typos and poor grammar / spelling. Sadly disappointing.
(review of free book)

Review by: Jim Nichols on June 10, 2012 :
Tough to get through, but I made it.
(review of free book)

Review by: Ken Thompson on May 25, 2012 :
I wish people would get someone to proofread their books before publishing them on Smashwords. This book reads like it was written by a fourth grader. There are mistakes on every page from spelling to grammar. I had to stop reading.
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