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The Seventh Age by [Eason, Jack]
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Product Details

  • File Size: 477 KB
  • Print Length: 182 pages
  • Publisher: Jack Eason; 1 edition (March 31, 2012)
  • Publication Date: March 31, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007QIYIRK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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The author has a great imagination and has come up with a concept that really piqued my interest. The execution, however, didn't live up to my expectations for a published novel and it felt more like an early draft. Character development and story progression seemed very hollow, and there were so many spelling and grammatical errors (nothing to do with US vs. UK English) that it became distracting.

Another poster mentioned that the book read like something written by a high school student, and I have to agree. At the same time, I believe that many novels start out this way -- a rough draft of a concept, with detail and depth filled in as the author's creative energy is fed by the developing story.

I have to believe that some of the raving reviews here are bogus. Mr. Eason has great ideas, he's just got to work on polish...and probably get a better editor.
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The author's passion and interesting ideas are evident, but so is his lack of writing experience. There are enough grammatical errors to make one wince. but the author's lack of sophistication in his writing skills made this, for me, unreadable.
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The plot is a good one but there were too many aspects of the story that were just not believable, even for sci fi. For one, as each new person is introduced to the quest, he or she signs on without questioning how preposterous the quest is - the search for ancient technology to save the world led by an alien. Modes of travel became a bit rustic as the story went on too. It starts with flying and driving from place to place and devolves to buying ancient freighters that need 2 weeks of work to get them going and hikes across dangerous places. Then at the very end we find out that the alien who has been helping the rescue team has been using an underground transportation system -- why didn't she bring the team through that system? Also there were many areas in the story where the author jumped ahead by stating that such and such happened rather than continuing in story-telling style. This made it a bit choppy.

All in all, not a bad read but could have been better.
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Interesting Idea, Nice Cover, but the writer truly messed up and rather making it exciting, made it regretful to the reader. The main character did not even sweat thru the whole ordeal, and no site opening was even close to exiting, only thing exciting in the whole book was if Ithis and the main character will have a long descriptive love making at the end of the book or the writer will mess that up to, which he did.

I suggest the writer read this book himself and see how bad of a work it turned out to be. He could really make it a good read but he failed.
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An unique variation on the end of the world, but I was not that happy with the ending and it was a bit confusing too. Overall I enjoyed the book, but it rambled a little bit and get it on the Kindle, don't pay for a hard-copy.
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I read several books based on Mayan prophecy and theories both fictional explorations and speculative pseudo scientific essays about or around the subject. This book is probably the only one which would entertain me well after the magical dates of 12/12/2012 had already long passed. It combines science fiction with Archaeology along with equal measure of thriller and historical fiction. The characters are uniquely original and compelling. The knock I would have is a minor one. There is so much travel involved in the story that sometimes the geography itself dominates the narrative at the expense of moving the mystery forward. None-the-less, highly entertaining and thoughtfully educational reading.
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This mixture of science fiction and science fact was a little too predictable for me, with certain characters somewhat type cast and generalised. The sex was completely unnecessary and wasn't warranted in the story line, it just made me go 'what?'
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I enjoy mysteries and some science fiction and did like this book. We are often caught up with what is happening right now and many do not think about the future or what might have come before us. I liked his narrative style, had empathy with many of the characters and personally like speculation about the future. If these are areas of interest this book will be entertaining for you.
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