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The Visitors: SEASON ONE (Episodes 1-5)

(Visitors Trilogy #1)

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They don't know where they came from. Just that they're here to stay.
250 pages
Published April 6th 2012
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Kristin (Blood,Sweat and Books)
I received this E-book for review from the Author. All opinions are my own and I was not compensated in any way for them.


Charlie Freeman is your typical teenager, he goes to school, plays video games and sometimes he even gets in trouble for breaking the rules. All of that changes the day a space ship shows up in the skies above Washington D.C. If that wasn't strange enough just as soon as they came The Visitors vanished. While people around the world rejoiced, Charlie was just happy thin
Mar 09, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Whew. So much to say about this one that I don't even know where to begin. Let's start by saying it gets "Kristy's seal of approval." :P I ripped through this book at the speed of light; I seriously could not put it down. It was inconceivable to me to not finish it in one sitting, even though it's longer than my normal in-one-sitting books are.

This book starts off with a great sense of humor, not something you'd expect from an apoalyptic style book. The character of Charlie's mom had me laughing
Charlie Freeman is a normal mouthy teenager. He gets himself in trouble. Gets suspended. Texts on his iPhone and plays his xbox.
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This book was interesting. I loved the story. Logan Rutherford wrote a very gripping story that was almost impossible for me to put down.
The writing was good. It wasn't phenomanal but Logan is still young (17) and this book shows great promise for his future.
Charlie Freeman is completely believable. He sounds and acts just like a real teenage boy. That is beca
May 16, 2012 rated it liked it
Ok totally cool premise for a book, kinda zombie-sci-fi-earth-conquering-aliens all in one book. Unfortunately there were parts that really needed flushing out. It irritates me when people write YA stories and think that since its geared tward a younger audience that the parts of the story don't need to be as detailed (as if this makes it simpler for the kiddies) . A novel can still be 400 pages and the thing that makes it YA appropriate are the vocabulary and graphic content. Not just "dumbed d ...more
Sep 08, 2013 rated it really liked it
This book was really well written. Don't get me wrong there were places where the writing was a bit repetitive, but the characters. Wow. They seemed so human. 17 year old Charlie is one of the few left behind, so what does he do. For the most part he blunders through. He does what the rest of us would most likely do in the middle of an alien apocalypse. It was a really nice change to read about people who had no idea what to do rather than people who seem like they have been prepped since birth ...more
Barbara O'steen
Apr 13, 2013 rated it really liked it
My daughter won this book via GoodReads. I needed a book to read while I was flying to FL so I picked this book, which I finished on my flights. I enjoyed the story but it seemed like the author wasn't writing like other sci-fy/fantasy authors that I've read (Terry Brooks, Michael Crighton, to name a few). After reading the book, I did a search on Logan Rutherford and was surprised to find out that he is still in high school - makes sense given his writing. Having said that, I am looking forward ...more
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