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Phase Shift by [Taylor, Paul]
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Phase Shift Kindle Edition

3.2 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1884 KB
  • Print Length: 191 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00867YS8Y
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #298,808 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I personally thought this book was great, I read about two books a month the subjectsis very diverse, although I do like sci fi , this book was easy to read and kept the reader interested , loved it , can't wait for the next chapter, Keith howard
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Good book, based on similar themes but with a few extra twists. Excellent read with the plot keeping going. Just hope when the next chapter is out it continues and improves as now the story can take a whole new twist anywhere the author choooses
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The title of this review is not meant as an insult. I am in my sixties so I remember some of the great sci-fi authors in their prime. This has enough technical stuff to keep it interesting and a good solid, if familiar story line. When I got to the end and saw the words "To be continued" I said "Oh nooooo"! I look forward to the sequel with anticipation. It may not be to everyones taste but I liked it.
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I dont usually read sci-fi so was surspised to enjoy this little gem, which I downloaded when it was going cheap.
As with any alien/human story the storyline was predictable; alien comes, meets human, advises we need to change our ways etc etc, but the characters draw you in and keep you reading. Short but readworthy, I have already downloaded more from this auther.
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After reading the reviews and description i was expecting an interesting take on UFO's and the impact of them on society and an explanation of their origin - i am a quick reader and only finished reading this as i had paid money for this - characters are cliched, the story is obvious and has been written about in many various formats more successfully, the explanation of UFO's and the impact on history is none existent.

I dont understand how this got high ratings and would not recommend this book for anyone unless they are under 12 and want a quick light read and nothing else.
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A great plot and well thought out. Only criticism is that I thought some of the paragraphs were just a little wooden and the dialogue in places, otherwise would have given 5 stars. Would like to see a sequel.
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This is basically an inferior rewriting of "The Day The Earth Stood Still", but with poor science. For example:

a. a reference to "below absolute zero", which is scientifically impossible

b. outer space being referred to as "cold", which is nonsense: a vacuum has no temperature.

This poor understanding of basic science, along with the plagiarized storyline, results in loss of credibility in the book, which has a rather immature writing style.
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Standard sort of plot... Earth is starting to demonstrate a possible future threat to other planets, good guy alien is sent to prevent Earthlings from getting ahead of themselves... local girl gets to help good guy alien... sound familiar?

It's a pretty average read with one very annoying feature from the writer - he insists on putting a little 'TM' trademark sign next to everything with a whiff of possible branding... car makes and models, computer chips, names of businesses and even the Glock gun. It gets really tedious after a while; in one chapter the 'TM' crops up over and over and over again... we get it: 'Intel' is a trademark!

It passed the time but the plot is predictable and writing style?...... sigh.
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