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The Ninth Day

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2013

    Good Series...Needs Closer Editing

    I've read all of the series so far, and they're very entertaining. But one thing keeps throwing off the flow of the story for me - the editing. In all of the books, things like propeller planes become jets in one sentence, then switch back to propellers a few sentences later. Semi automatic weapons become revolvers, and also switch back. It throws off the reading experience. I've read the Nook versions, so perhaps the discrepancies aren't there in the printed versions.

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  • Posted January 3, 2012

    decent read

    The Ninth Day by Jamie Freveletti
    I love a good adventure novel, one with lots of action and a good plot. The Ninth Day had a good plot and a good amount of action but was a little over the top farfetched.

    Emma Caldridge is a biochemist that works for a cosmetics company that the moonlights as an undercover drug operative. While out on research assignments she watches for and reports signs of drug and human trafficking, then reports her findings. Together with OZ an MIT dropout/rock band roady, Emma finds herself abducted by a Mexican drug cartel. Talking her way out of an execution Emma finds herself being used to diagnose a fungus killing off marijuana crops and anyone that comes in contact with the crops.

    Emma and OZ find themselves on a fast and wild ride hopping boarders and state lines, in attempt to save the day. Killing indiscriminately nine days after the first sign of infection the fungus has proved to be a mystery to all but Emma. In a fast and furious pace that is a little to hard to believe Emma through a peek here and a peek there discovers the root of the fungus. On foot, in a car, an ambulance and an airplane our heroes fight to save themselves and everyone that has come in contact with the infected crops.

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