Alien Invasion: and the origins of mankind

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4 young boys from the small town of springbrook gardens have found out aliens are planning a global invasion starting in their town and the military plans on stopping it at any cost, even if it means sacrificing the small town in the process. now the 4 boys have one day to warn everyone and no one will believe them. by the time it is over they will have discovered the shocking origins of mankind. More
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About Mark Douglas Doran

mark douglas doran
toronto ontario

my new novel is up. titled
Alien invasion: and the origins of mankind.

you will love this novel. if you ever wondered where mankind
came from this will answer all your questions.
its a page turner. it will leave you on the edge of your seat
page after page.

i love books (as you can tell)
i love reading them and writing.
favorite author like a lot of people is Stephen King.

i love movies.
love the 80's music.

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Review by: R Ralan on Jan. 28, 2016 : (no rating)
Seems to be written by a teen-ager disguised as an adult. Weak.
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Review by: Tracey Nelson on Jan. 13, 2013 :
Wasn't sure what to expect from this novel, but it had me "turning the pages".

The "General" was an interesting character to say the least. The ending shocked me, never saw it coming. Normally I can guess what will happen next, but this one caught me off guard.

Can't wait for your next novel. keep up the good work.
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Review by: Lalita Patel on Jan. 11, 2013 :
Talk about a wild novel. For a first novel you came across as someone who has written before.
It was creepy at times. I had to read it with the lights on lol. Interesting insight as to where mankind
came from. I know I will have to read it over again. The kids reminded me of my friends when I was younger. I probably would've reacted the same way they did.

I have already sent the link to a few scifi fan friends and told them they had to read it! Great job Mark, I can't wait for your next one!!!
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Review by: Matt Eliason on Jan. 2, 2013 :
Poorly written. Lack of punctuation. Gave up after 1000 words.
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