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Alien Androids Assault Arizona (American Chillers #16)

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A part of the American Chillers collection
Paperback, 208 pages
Published November 1st 2004 by Audio Craft Pr Inc
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Jacob
Feb 26, 2011 Jacob added it
This book is about how is how Shelby has a weird feeling that her teacher is a robot because she keeps talking to her watch with a weird voice. But no one believes shelby. So she tries to stalk the teacher for proof. When she found out that they were not robots, they were androids from outer space. Ahe gets her friend, Joey for proof. He was surprised at the moment and all of a sudden they got a letter. One from one of best friends. She said she was captured by the androids and set to X-470(plan ...more
Justin Grove
I really liked this book. I would reccomend this book to alien believers and action lovers. This book had so much action. This book ended with some scary chapters, but the it was all fine. If you read this you will want to pay attention. I thought I knew what would happen next, but I was wrong. Finding out that Arielle was gone did surprise me because she didn't believe Joey. It didn't surprise me that she was an alien because she was captured and taken away. I liked this book a ton and you shou ...more
Henry
Its ok but its not a horror only a fantasy and it says it is the scariest american horror book and i have read more terrifying comedies. SO don't bother reading this "horror" book it is not worth it.
Liz Covert
Sam is really into American Chillers, so I had to read one so we had something to discuss. It was actually a pretty good read.
Julian P
It is a exciting book about androids that build a alien base in Arizona's Grand Canyon.
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The reason I didn't rate it 5 star is because it was too scary.
Mikaylah
This book was an ok book but needs more discribtion
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Christopher Wright is the author of dozens of horror fiction books for children and young adults. He writes under the pseudonyms Johnathan Rand and Christopher Knight. Almost all of Wright's books (save American Chillers) take place in his home state of Michigan.
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