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well if nothing else i was left thinking how useless the average male would be in similar throwback circumstances, more-so without language skills.

an interesting view of a popular theme and a quick read.

Reviewed on 2008.11.17

Fly the Rain

by Robert Burton Robinson

a good read. the modern day baptist version of harry kemelman's 'rabbi' series .

Reviewed on 2008.11.15

Uranium Fist

by Mark Cantrell

well i read a lot of books and i couldnt read this one, it reminded me a lot of a monopoly board, it reminded me a lot of the very first riverworld movie i downloaded where there was one alien in the story and it became sci-fi. there's just too much wrong with the logic of this story, high street, trains and petrol and diesel on a colonised planet? doesnt gel...

Reviewed on 2008.10.25

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this is a good read, there's nothing to actually timeline it to 3000bc on this planet and i found myself looking in an atlas to determine if the place names carried through from folklore. the three books in the series were enjoyable

***** :)

Reviewed on 2008.10.25

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