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Europa Journal by [Castle, Jack]
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"Definitely worth the read for classic sci-fi fans!"
                                                                       -Coeur D'Alene Press

"Where 'Close Encounters' stopped, Jack Castle pulls out all the stops and takes readers into the unknown."
                                                                        -Joe Butler, Spokesman Review
    

 "If you're looking for an exciting romp through space then you came to the right book!"
                                  
                                                            -Robert Bose, author

                      "Jack Castle, the harbinger of great adventures to come!"
                                                              -Dr. Waller, editor for former V.P., Al Gore

"Take a trip outside our universe with Jack Castle's, Europa Journal!"
                                                                                            -M. Bonds, CDA Press

About the Author

Jack Castle loves adventure. He has traveled the globe as aprofessional stuntman for stage, film, and television. While working for Universal Studios, he met Cinderella at Walt Disney World and they were soon married. After moving to Alaska, he worked as a tour guide, police officer, Criminal Justice professor, and certified weapons instructor.He has been stationed on a remote island in the Aleutians as a ResponseTeam Commander and his last job in the Arctic Circle was protectingengineers from ravenous polar bears. He has had several Alaska adventure stories published along with articles in international securityperiodicals. Europa Journal, a product a decade in the making is his first novel and now available on Amazon, all e-readers and every Barnes and Noble in North America.  His second book, "Bedlam Lost", that the Spokesman Review calls, "A creepy thriller that brings back early Dean Koontz and the mystery of J.J. Abrams Lost," released to rave reviews and available everywhere and his third book, "White Death", releases summer of 2016.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1832 KB
  • Print Length: 290 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1770531041
  • Publisher: EDGE-Lite (July 23, 2015)
  • Publication Date: July 23, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1770531068
  • ISBN-13: 978-1770531062
  • ASIN: B0105CW4ME
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,389 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Europa Journal is a book about mystery and surprises. Every chapter is a like new mission. You, along with Mission Commander Mac O'Bryant and her crew of astronauts learn of this pyramid on Europa is and the secrets hidden within it. Castle draws you into this new world filled with adventure and suspense! Why is everyone mysteriously vanishing in the Bermuda Triangle? Where do they vanish to? What's this five-sided pyramid on Europa? What's this journal have to do with all of this? Why is Mac and her crew in this journal? How is any of this possible? Jack Castle makes you question so many things. You're curiosity may get the better of you too. Everything eventually makes so much sense and it is unbelievable how well Castle linked the past and present together in this book! I hardly read sci-fi, but Europa Journal has without a doubt got me to read more of this genre! Thank you for writing such a wonderful book! You can definitely count on me to read all of your books from now on.
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I have read almost all of the reviews about Europa Journal. Some talk about Jack's writing skills and how some of the spelling is wrong and how the story starts out strong and weakens as the story evolves. I am not a Si-Fi reader but I must say that this book was very well written and kept my attention all the way to the end. Jack has a way of describing the characters and the scenes in the story that make them come alive without taking three long boring pages as most authors do. The book had a great story line with things that most people knew something about worked into a story line that put your imagination to work. It was very well done and was a terrific read that I had a hard time putting down. I have pre-ordered his new book Bedlam Lost, because I know it will be great. Europa Journal was a great read that was most enjoyable. My hats off to Jack.
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After reading many “hard-fiction” books in a row, this was a nice break. It’s sci-fi, fantasy, ancient mythology and religion (as in old testament) all folded into a nice package.
Actually, it’s Stargate 2.0. That’s what came to mind when I was about 75% done reading the book.
The story is well laid out, fun to read and well-paced. It reads like a movie mostly. Some weak points: Sometimes the author takes some shortcuts, deciding to skip scenes that should have been a difficult trial for the characters and simply make them go from A to B without explaining how they got there. I also had problems believing in Leo. This is a young pilot, womanizer (before he met the commander daughter), and yet he knows more about ancient Summarian history than any history teachers! He also conveniently knows everything there is to know about the planes that disappeared in the pacific in the 40’s even though they are a hundred years in the future. That’s tough to believe and you end up scratching your head in disbelief. Some people might be offended by the theology ramifications of the story too.

But, all in all, while it won’t win any awards, it was still a nice light read that I enjoyed. I also appreciated that the story was self-contained in one book, and didn’t try to be a trilogy like so many others in the last decade. 3 stars and a half!

Disclaimer: I received an Advance Reader Copy of this book from the publisher for review
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Europa Journal is an imaginative blend of sci-fi, history and adventure. Mixing the mystery of Flight 19 into a story that takes place in so many imaginative locations, like Europa and other worlds, provides the reader with a touchstone as this story unfolds. As a history lover I was familiar with the disappearance of Flight 19 and it's used cleverly here. There are plenty of twists and turns to keep the reader interested and there is a blending of fantasy with the sci-fi that is intriguing. This was a fun read.
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Besides some good writing, the editing on this book is superb! The dialogue seems real & the characters are in the round. Every comma, period, and usage mark is in exactly the right place--which is a delight for a modern piece (as too many have dropped any sense of the language). You'll like it!
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By Linda Collins on September 9, 2015
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I am generally not a fan too much of science fiction, but, this book was great....Mr. castle did a wonderful job on bringing all characters to life , even the ones who look like bigfoot
....loved the storyline....cannot wait to.read his next book
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I was hooked. While the story often reminded me of "John Carter" of the Mars stories by Burroughs, it was a terrific story all by itself. A great adventure story, fast moving and addicting. I kept hoping, as I neared the end, that this would be only the first book of many.
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This Book was incredibly well written. The whole aspect of the Bermuda Triangle and the TBM Avenger airplanes and the PBY Search and Rescue planes being transported into a place with no recognizable stars is fascinating. I couldn't stop reading this book. Jack Castle does a great job tying everything together. Loved every minute of this book!!
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