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Mission: Flight To Mars by [Jeffrey, V. A.]
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  • File Size: 1303 KB
  • Print Length: 189 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Epistle Publishing (July 1, 2014)
  • Publication Date: July 1, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LH1O8XG
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This writer needs an editor! The story was OK but the lack of proper english and inconsistency made it very hard to read. I could not finish the book. The writing reminds me of a story I wrote in the second grade.
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Honestly, the writing style was too juvenile for me to enjoy this. I couldn't get past a few chapters.
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Anyone old enough to have seen the original Flash Gordon series on black and white TV will probably remember the gas flames on the rocket ships. The creators of the series did not think of inverting the camera and props to make the flame more realistic. So, the gas flames flared upward against the supposed direction of travel after leaving the rocket ship models. It's a little surprising the models not ignite.

This author's grasp of science fiction is a little like that. Her understanding of business and how people behave has some similar limitations. But, the story is fun, despite or maybe because of the inept "hero". If you can read with a little humor and compassion for the apparent naivete of the author, I think you will enjoy this work.
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Well Victoria, since my name is Bob and I worked a while as a Quality Assurance agent and I have always had an interest in Mars... I just Had to read this book! And I am glad I did, too. The story is told from Bob's first-person perspective and it moves along quite well; very little fluff here. He definitely lives a charmed life (or his daughter's contribution to his bag really did help him a lot) because he gets into some life-threatening situations trying to be the good guy and to save the day even though he has virtually no idea what he is going to do, let alone any real fighting skills.

A wild ride from Earth to the Moon, then Mars and back again with plenty of excitement and some edge-of-your-seat situations -- and a real ending instead of a cliff hanger (thank you Victoria) -- made this an enjoyable read.

There are two more books in this series and they are definitely on my reading list.
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Bob used to love going to work at Vartan Industries. Until the day he made some very powerful enemies. It seems nobody wants the truth when it inconveniences the higher-ups. But it also seems that he has some powerful allies. If only he knew who they were and what they wanted with him...
After three years of being threatened and tormented, Bob thinks it is finally over. But in the middle of being fired a mysterious phone call changes everything. Now he is heading to the moon knowing there is a sinister plot brewing-and not having a clue how to stop it.

Mission: Flight to Mars is an amazing way to start a series. You are immediately drawn into the story and the plight of the main character. V.A. Jeffrey has set the bar high for her other books!
There is nothing to not like about this book. The story is engaging, the characters relatable, and the writing great. It doesn't take long to be so into the book that you forget you have a real life going on around you lol.
Jeffrey's writing really pulls you in and makes you feel like you are in the middle of everything. She also keeps you on the edge of your seat wondering what is going to happen next! There are a lot of twists and turns, but it doesn't ever get confusing. She handles it all perfectly.
She also does her characters beautifully; they are all fully developed and human. Especially Bob. You just automatically like him and relate to him. You're also rooting for him while he is on this journey.
This is simply a great read. You will not regret this purchase, and you will be eagerly awaiting the next book just like me!
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Can iI give it a negative number of stars?? I was mildly enjoying it and then we launched into the "lesson", which was the usual bull s--- environmentalist POV. I have almost never NOT finished a book, but I just canned this one. It's not like I don't like 'message" sci-fi books. In fact I've always thought the best ones are morality plays, like old fashioned westerns. However using the medium to prostalatyze about the controversial climate change, Earth Firster stuff offends me.
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What are you going to do? A tale of right and wrong, good and evil. One man's journey to find out if he can find the courage within to overcome his own insecurities. All while fighting the invasion.
A great short story, looking forward to the next installment!!!
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I found the writing style awkward and juvenile. Perhaps I misunderstood the audience. I really wanted to enjoy the book but it felt like it was written for a high school project. The author has so may other books I expected a more refined style. I can't recommend this book.
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