The Abductee

Rated 4.80/5 based on 5 reviews
On the brink of self-destruction, a man is abducted by mysterious beings from another world and is forced to relive a lifetime of pain, loss and regret. Along the way, he is put through a series of trials that test his will to survive and call every decision he's ever made into question. Will he ever make it home? Or is he doomed to die aboard the vessel? What is the ultimate goal of his captors?
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About Mike Marlinski

I'm Mike Marlinski and I'm from Buffalo NY. I've had a passion for science, science fiction and creative writing for as long as I can remember. My plan is to continue to write science fiction short stories, novels, teleplays and screenplays until I am no longer physically and/or mentally able to do so. Anyways, that's me. Thanks for reading!

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Review by: James Jenkins on Nov. 18, 2014 :
I read 64%, this book was too real, there was a pause in the action and I jumped out. Been a long time since a stopped reading a book because it was too good. 5 stars for that alone.
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Review by: Chantal Bellehumeur on Oct. 12, 2014 :
I really enjoyed reading the abductee and found it quite entertaining. The story was not your typical adduction tale. It started off with a man wanting to end his life and getting abducted. Up in space, he relived horrible moments of his past as well as a few good ones in order to get a second chance. It all felt kind of like a dream.
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Review by: meg carr on April 19, 2013 :
I've been a fan of this author for awhile now and I've enjoyed this tale! I've noticed Mr. Marlinski is a BIG fan of the ;! Other then that it is superb!
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Review by: Theresa Marguerite Hewitt on March 20, 2013 :
Good twists and turns. Will keep you guessing till the very end. A great start for a very imaginative person. Great job Mike!
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Review by: David H. Keith on March 18, 2013 :
Every once in awhile a book comes into one's life that is technically difficult to wade through but whose story is fascinating enough to make the effort worthwhile. This is such a book. The author certainly plays fast and loose with the rules of grammar, spelling, and the rest, but he weaves a compelling story that made me keep on reading to the end. I'm glad I did, although I would have appreciated the nuances much more had the author been as attentive to the craft of writing as he was to the art of it.

I'd love to give this story five stars, but I just cannot. Not because of the story, but of how Marlinski put it together. That's really too bad, too, because it really is a marvelous story.

David H. Keith
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