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Saucer By Stephen Coonts

Saucer By Stephen Coonts

Over all rating: A surprising fun thrill Ride

Being a fan of sci-fi thrillers, I gave it a try. Not to mention it was given to me. It’s a simple novel called Saucer written by Stephen Coonts. The write up doesn’t explain much. The cover just has a picture of saucer on it, giving the reader no real clue of what their about to read,

So what is it about? It starts off with a archeological team and oil drillers that stumble across something shiny in the… Continue

Added by Samie Foster on December 27, 2009 at 3:47pm — No Comments

Lauren's Tale

Laurens Tale

They have been around since I was a little girl. They were always there. I would scream when I dream of the murders they committed. I would scream even louder when I would find the strangers standing over my bed. My parents then would rush in

It was always the same thing every time,

“Oh honey it was only a nightmare,” my mother would say. “It was only a bad dream.”

She meant good . I know she meant well. She tried to comfort me telling me that there were… Continue

Added by Samie Foster on November 3, 2009 at 10:15pm — No Comments

The Lightening Thief Smoothie Review

The Lightening Thief By Rick Riordan

Overall Rating: Some call it the next Harry Potter. I think they might be right.

Well it seems like when one thing gets popular, there ad to be a bunch of other authors who like to rip off the material and just write something like to to make money for their selves. Like Twilight, after that book, we have at least fifty teen vampire romances within the next year. Pirates of The Caribbean brought to life a bunch of piracy novels.… Continue

Added by Samie Foster on November 3, 2009 at 10:08pm — No Comments

Dreamcatcher- Some of Stehen King's best work

Dream catcher By Stephen King

Overall Rating: Dreamcatcher is when this man’s talent shined.

Stephen King is one of the most over rated authors of our time, I have read some of his works like Tommyknockers, Eyes Of The Dragon, Firstater, The Dark Tower Series and they (for me) ranged from mediocre to bad, well for the most part bad that’s something I could write a essay about all on it’s own. Then I picked up the book called Dreamcatcher and I expected the same sort of… Continue

Added by Samie Foster on September 11, 2009 at 8:29pm — No Comments

East- A Enchanting Must Read

East By Edith Pattou


Overall Rating: A Enchanting Must Read

I’ve seen this book in the libraries at school and even advertised online. And always wanted to get it and finally came to the conclusion that was one day it would not be sitting on my door step and broke down and bought it

The book is East by Edith Pattou. It;… Continue

Added by Samie Foster on August 19, 2009 at 8:35pm — No Comments

Next by Michael Crichton Smoothie Review

Next By Michael Crichton

Overall Rating: Dull start, but adds up to a terrifying tomorrow

So to all of our knowledge this is the last published book written by Michael Crichton. His last novel was one that was different than all of the rest. With every book he wrote something involving a scifi issue. But this was something that he never attempted before. He wrote about a terrifying future of science if it is not controlled in this book Next.

So it’s hard… Continue

Added by Samie Foster on August 12, 2009 at 8:52pm — No Comments

Seeing Redd By Frank Beddor Smoothie Review

Seeing Redd: Looking Glass Wars

Okay new and unusual fantasies are hard to come by. There was the Golden Compass in 1995. There was Harry Potter around 2000. And this is the new competitor. In 2007 a book came out called the Looking Glass Wars and this is it’s follow up.

Part 2 is called Seeing Redd referring to the return of Redd Heart who was thrown into the heart crystal at the end of part one. And in case you didn’t know, the Looking Glass Wars is a epic reinvention of the… Continue

Added by Samie Foster on August 10, 2009 at 9:54am — No Comments

Elixer Smoothie Review

Elixer by Davis Bunn

Overall rating: Is it over yet?

This book is just one of those books that you grab off of the discount shelf at a store. You read the back and words like “A reluctant man must uncover a conspiracy of pharmaceutical company before they kill him.’ It has the image of test tube on the cover and image of man on the run. So why not? I like a espionage novel every once and I’ll give it a try.

The story is about this man named Taylor. He’s in one… Continue

Added by Samie Foster on July 21, 2009 at 10:41pm — No Comments

Palm's Inn - It's a Darker Kind Of Fairy Tale

Palm's Inn By Samantha Foster

In a desperate attempt to save a boy from drowning, Jake Taylor dives in to save him. Yet the two them mysteriously disappear with out Trace. His fiance and family search the entire complex finding no sign of either of the lost boys.

Two weeks later Jake returns to Palm's Inn. His father finds him crawling out o the pool half dead and half human. He finds him self changed into a kind of mermaid. though to all the guests of Palm's Inn… Continue

Added by Samie Foster on February 11, 2009 at 9:06pm — No Comments

Netherworld- A Action Dark Fantasy With A Tint Of Horror To It

Netherworld By Samantha Foster

To save his sister, Leon Diaz travels to Paris, France to pay the ransom. But something terrible goes wrong. Leon wakes up seconds later where every one is dead and their blood is on his hands. His memory is blank of what had happened. And that night he dies of because of it. Now Leon finds his self in world of black and white. It is netherworld where the guilty on the run from hell and the innocent have their pathway to heaven. It is a world where he… Continue

Added by Samie Foster on February 11, 2009 at 9:03pm — No Comments

For Those Who Loved Michael Crichton

For Those Who Loved Michael Crichton

Growing up hoping to do something you love, a average person will have a idol to look up to. Not just a father or relative, but I mean a mean someone who had beat the odds and achieved the same thing that you wish to achieve. Very few have ever did this for many, and I had less that done so for me. But this year in 2008 we lost one of these few people who had achieved the American dream and proved that all is not hopeless as some of us… Continue

Added by Samie Foster on January 14, 2009 at 8:01pm — No Comments

The Good Nerd Guy

The Good Nerd Guide

Some people just don’t know how to be nerdy enough to be a real nerd. So here is the first ever guide of how to get it right.

1.One of the classic nerd traits are glasses. Wear them even if you don’t have to, And don’t forget , normal people wear glasses too, so you have to make sure that they are too big for your face, and never ever forget the classic nerd glasses trade mark. The white tape around the middle

2.Another classic nerd… Continue

Added by Samie Foster on September 14, 2008 at 8:25pm — No Comments

What If -A Great Writer’s Block Remedey

Truthfully writing comes really easily to me. I hardly ever have writers block and I hardly run out of idea. But I think that’s just me, because my friends seem to not have this ability what so ever so I decided to write this up.

With beginning to right a book, a fiction mind you, there is always a issue. It doesn’t matter weather you like to write horror, sci-fi, action, drama or even fantasy. (Or if you weird like me, you’ll try to blend the genres in order to make something new)… Continue

Added by Samie Foster on September 7, 2008 at 7:08pm — No Comments

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