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Don't Mess with Earth

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  • Posted April 1, 2011

    dont

    ya dont

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  • Posted March 24, 2009

    Interesting twist to history

    I read "Out of Time" which didn't have enough of a storyline to it, while this one has a great story. The writer has a quirky sense of humor throughout the novel, like when King Arthur and Merlin(who aren't from Earth) are talking about the Excalibur and how to make it a frightening sword. How much technology is too much to frighten the primitives? Or, how flippant two of the advanced humans are towards slaughtering Earth humans during one of the wars during the middle ages. The novel is alternate history, so the writer has the Soviets try for the moon first, only to completely fail, but nobody knows about it but a few Russian engineers and cosmonauts. Heck, even the blue screen of death, which is called the Green Screen of Horrors is parodied, it was simply alien technology that the United States decided to market. It was a fun read.

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