Alien Advantage

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Eager excitement launched Mark Hemmings from his apartment one night, to foolishly gawk up at that thing in the sky. Zap! Mark was kidnapped by space aliens! Accidentally stealing their spaceship, Mark plunges back to Earth only to land smack into the clutches of the warring General Peerless and Dr. Montgomery. Being the only person who can fly the spaceship, Mark must flee relentless pursuit. More

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Review by: Carl East on May 8, 2011 :
I enjoyed the subject matter of the book and was intrigued by the twists and turns that were layered throughout. However, it was a bit of a hard read. This could be a 5 Star book if the flow of the story was smoother and developed just a bit more. The transitions of the story line were a bit too jagged. But that being said, I loved the original elements brought to the story and the effort that the author made.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: TheV on March 27, 2011 :
A SciFi book that focuses on the repercussions of a series of alien abductions. It shows some real creativity of story line and decent character development. It's a fun and generally lighthearted with some twists and turns.

I'm enjoyed it enough to download and read the authors other book.
(review of free book)
Review by: Aaron Majewski on March 12, 2011 :
This is apparently the author's second novel. Although Alien Advantage starts out a little bit 'scatter brained' a little slow, it slowly but steadily becomes more interesting as you get further into it.
All in all it is a nice, light sc-fi romp with a good dash of humor and adventure thrown in. The main character remains consistently dead-set against maturing throughout- that apparently being the guy's entire reason for existence or something (which makes him perfectly suited to his wisecracking attitude); so there isn't as much in the way of character development as there might be, but the adventure itself progresses nicely at a good pace, with nice little plot twists interspersed at appropriate moments. Until you come to an ending which might be a little disappointing at first, but upon reflection, is just unexpected enough to leave you enjoying it.
If light sci-fi adventures are your thing, than I can recommend the read. ('Specially at the price!)
(review of free book)

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