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Reviews by JoJo Biggins

Planet of the Damned

by Harry Harrison

I guess the best way I can sum up this book is to say that it fails to meet the mark. It isn't terrible by any means, but it just isn't that good. There is too much conversation and description where action would have made things more interesting. The characters are dated and shallow. The ending is a total flop.

Muscular hero recruited to save planet. Must solve mystery of local people in order to do so. Ho hum.

Reviewed on 2017.04.26

The Plague

by Teddy Keller

I think the other reviewers have been way too generous. This is a simplistic story with cardboard characters, a very thin plot, and a middle school ending. There's much worse fare on this site, but I highly recommend you don't waste time on this one.

An army sergeant gathers information about a plague until he spots the common thread. No action, no drama, very little entertainment.

Reviewed on 2017.04.25

Planet of Dreams

by James McKimmey

Dumb, short, and uses offensive language.

Reviewed on 2017.04.25

Plague Ship

by Andre Norton

Well worth the time to read, but still not an outstanding story. It's not very believable how easily the characters get out of the mess they find themselves in. Also, the ending leans toward a non-event.

Spacefaring free traders face trouble after discovering a lucrative trade route. Quite enough action and suspense to hold your attention.

Reviewed on 2017.04.20

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