- File Size: 2229 KB
- Print Length: 328 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Good Lord Publishing; 1 edition (October 12, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 12, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LY95GZA
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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The story itself has promise. The author really needs to go back and finish high school. Seriously, the writing IS that bad!
The starship... it has sails that must be raised to catch 'ions'. It lands on a planet and must be tied to the dock with ropes, as if it were a ocean going ship, but there is no water at the docks, since when the ship takes off, it stirs up clouds of dust. The ship has room for a crew of 8-10, but the 'Captain', Luke, runs the ship by himself.
There are so many unanswered questions. Things in this story just don't make sense.
The editing is so poor that there doesn't seem to be any effort at all to correct obvious mistakes. There are run-on sentences, abundant misspellings, many sentences don't make any sense at all.
I've only read one other book that was worse that this one, one that averaged 9 misspelled words per page.
Some people tell me that I'm hung up on editing and spelling. Language requires correct spelling for a story to make sense. Three words: to, too and two, all sound the same when spoken, but in a written format, they mean different things. If they are spelled incorrectly, how can the author make the reader understand what he means? Why don't I just let it go and enjoy the story, you may ask? A story is never enjoyable if the reader (me), has to stop at every other sentence in order to figure out what the author meant to say. Poor editing, spelling and sentence structure absolutely RUINS a book for me. I'm certain that I'm not the only one.
As I said earlier, this could be a great story, IF the author gets his skills in line and doesn't put out junk. As it is, this story is junk. Two stars. It would have been one if the story itself had been as good as the editing errors.
I really enjoyed the book. The main character Luke is very likable and easily draws you in. I like the world Chris created, and really enjoyed the incorporation of faith into it. I like how fast the story progresses. It's not rushed or too slow, and I really liked the ending. Chris has some very unique writing skills. I highly recommend picking up a copy!
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