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Xanthan Gumm

4.2 of 5 stars 4.20  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Everyone in Galactic Central watches The Movies. These wondrous stories come from a planet called Earth, where strange beings called humans do nothing but create them.

One brave framadort converter risks all to go to Earth and become a Movie Star. He will face hunger and homelessness. He will confuse a fast food restaurant with a religion. He will be hunted by an Army Gener
ebook, 244 pages
Published (first published February 1st 2006)
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Leslie Ann
A charming and funny book. It's a good effort for a first-time novelist, and far better than most self-published novels. It could benefit from an expert re-edit, however.
I could chew on Xanthan Gumm all day long! Ms. Robin Reed takes our normal and almost boring planet, Earth, and makes it extremely interesting and exciting.
Xanthan Gumm is a sweet little guy that’s not from Earth, but has been a fan of our movies for an extremely long time. Xanth (as he likes to be called) flies to Earth to star in the Movies that he and all of the other creatures in Galactic Central have been watching and studying for decades.
Only upon his crash landing and subsequ
Brendan Carroll
I will be reading this book in between the Cost of Betrayal and David Daglish's next book. I also have Gone for a Soldier by Jeff Hepple in there. Too bad I read so slow. :(
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