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An Alien's Guide to the Human Species (Aliens Guide Book 1) Kindle Edition
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If you have read this review to find out if you want to read this book then, quite simply you should and you will enjoy every bit of it.
An Alien's Guide to the
by Deb McEwan
Reviewed by R. Murry
"I wish I was a fly on the wall when they had that conversation." is a common saying in America. I don't know how that phrase is used in English across the pond in the United Kingdom and won't attempt to try. Ms. McEwan has other creatures listening, and watching in on English families from the floors and walls in her enjoyable novel of aliens conducting their investigation of the human race.
This family comedy has its aliens translating for their planet and the reader what is going on in the daily lives of a couple from their meeting to marriage up until an event that explodes into pandemonium. Daily lives of a family are boring, but not seen from the eyes of outsider - spiders with webcam units, reporting back to their planet those normal day to day happenings.
If you don't know what a cuppa, a nutter, a nappy, or blokes are, you may need an English dictionary. I'm just kidding. Deb McEwan's writing is clear cut and clever.
The alien's description of an event such as potty training a child is delightful and others are somewhat hilarious to the creatures they are reporting to in the weekly TV report. To us humans, it's just life. And the aliens have their own problems on the mission they're on - conflicts abound. They have a life too, as told by their leader.
If you want to have some fun and see what the humans and aliens are doing in England, get Debbie McEwan's book and read it event by event, laughing in between each events.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Amusing for the most part although a little overblown in places. A reasonably entertaining read.Published on 10 Aug. 2014 by txjy
An Aliens Guide To The Human Species is a fun, quirky read. The whole concept of 'alien' spiders is unique and I don't think I'll ever look at another spider in the same way again. Read morePublished on 28 April 2014 by Jennie Orbell
This is totally outside my usual genres of choice, but I loved it!!! This book totally captured my imagination! Thoroughly recommend!Published on 2 April 2014 by Charley
Had the pleasure of meeting the author at the book signing for this. If you like a gentle, good read that doesnt require a lot of thought then this is a must read. Read morePublished on 6 Mar. 2014 by Mrs E.
Fab light hearted read that gives you an insight into how things could be. Giggled out loud a good few times!Published on 27 Jan. 2014 by MadTui
I love the characters and the storyline is brilliant, just a little slow to get going. The second book is really gripping and a must read. Keep up the good work Deb xPublished on 21 Dec. 2013 by Paramali Fred
Well written and quirky story, not really my type for read, but always good to look at something different and I did enjoy it. Debs is a good story teller.Published on 3 July 2013 by phillie
This is not really about aliens (spiders) viewing humans - there is just a tiny bit of zero drama concerning that. Read morePublished on 30 Jun. 2013 by CjW