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Saucer by Stephen Coonts
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Apr 16, 2011

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bookshelves: sci-fi
Read from June 11 to 12, 2011

Honestly I did like this book yet I am going to describe it as fluffy. A saucer, a working saucer, is found in the desert and these folks from various groups are going to argue over ownership rights. Golly gee whiz! And when it flies over cities and various populated areas people are astonished. Holy moly! When you get to the end some people will even die and like even be killed. Oh no, close your eyes! It is a good book, and part of a two book series, but something seems off. In the beginning it almost reads like a YA book, okay with a bit of violence, like someone getting punched for instance. I would think such a dicovery would cause people to kill indiscriminately and also would cause massive rioting on a worldwide scale when seen flying over city centers. Perhaps I am to pessimistic of the human conditioned response to such an event. Does this mean I will skip the second book? Not a chance! I cannot wait to see if someone gets whacked by a whiffle bat.

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