Planet Secrets

Rated 2.33/5 based on 3 reviews
**Book 1 of 3 in the Planet of Riches Trilogy** For someone who’s been in college as long as I have, you’d think I’d be used to people by now. And for the most part I am…until I met Meredith. Meredith was annoying on too many levels to count and was just too self-centered to live. Not that I had plans on killing her because I didn’t. Instead, I planned to ship her away to a slave planet. More
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Trisha M. Wilson lives in Wisconsin. With a degree in History and minors in Math and Business Administration, Ms. Wilson still has no idea what she wants to do with her life. When not regularly contributing on, she leads the life of a happy hermit with her three cats and family.

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Hannes Birnbacher reviewed on on Oct. 12, 2017

This is an intriguing and exciting crime novel of the far future, unique and very original ideas, and well worth downloading and reading.
It does, however, also contain some Errors. There is only one scientific (the distance between galaxies is never so small as eight lightyears only), but some grammar mistakes ("there were worst things to keep in your bathroom", "could'nt let that happened") and often "their", "they'r" or "there" mixed up like in "they're purchases wolud impress the ladies" or "they're liknesses changed".
I can live with that but this free book ends with a classic "cliffhanger" - the hero of the novel lies helplessly on the ground and a hand grenade rolls in his direction, end of book, please go buy the follow-up if you want to learn what follows or where he does awake, if at all. Normally on Smashwords, they have a rule that each book is completed in his own, therefore I can't rate the book with more than one star.
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James Jenkins reviewed on on Feb. 27, 2016

I read 30% before putting this down. The main character does stupid things and forgets things solely so the author will have something to write about.

This feels like the author thought; "I have a decent novel idea, but I want to write a trilogy so I will just add more words"
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Mark Schultz reviewed on on July 14, 2014

Planet Secrets! A lot of fun to read! I really enjoyed this mix of fantasy and science fiction. The descriptions were wonderful, action was delicious. The only problem was the misplaced words, they were like hitting a speed bump while riding a bicycle. I would be honored to help the author clean this marvelous story of apelling imperfections, or any other she has written, she has written to allow the true beauty of this jewel shine brighter. Thanks for a good read!
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