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Saturn (Grand Tour Series #6)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2010

    Book was interesting - scanned text was horrible!

    There were times that I had to guess at the content, because the OCR scan of the book wasn't proofread. I dreaded chapter changes as the difference in typeface interrupted the first few lines of just about every single chapter. Yech!

    Please please please - proofread the scans before flinging them at customers!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2012

    Serena's Heart Fire

    Saturn walked in the empty halls that filled the old side of Tech her right were many doors with numbers...counting each as she went..."6 7 8 9 10..." to her left was all a window,and she could see all of Electro City from were she was..."how Hiromatsu not remember me? We used to do everything together" she thought,confused. *Saturn lay in a hospital bed,clearly grumpy,wearing her silver necklace a a pink dress.. A scuttling sound came from the air vent. Then,a boy with messy black hair and faded jeans jumped out of the air vent. Saturn tired to scream,but he put a hand over her mouth. In the room was a table,a large window with a silll,a hospital bed,a sink,a mirror,and a tv. "Sh. I got bored in my room next door,wanna play? He said. He was about the age of six,like Saturn. Saturn liked that she now had a friend t play with. "Lets work on an excape plan!" He exclaimed. Saturn like that idea even better. Saturn claimed nothing was wrong with her,and that she was a robot that could fly,not a flying human. "Wonderful plan!" She yelped. He put a hand over her mouth. "Sshh! They'll hear us!" Said the boy. "'Orry!" He said through his hand. Then he with drew his hand. "They think im too luney to be out there." He said. "Why?" Saturn said. "Because i said that i have super powers." He said. Saturn giggle. "I have super powers!" She said. "Watch!" She said and rocketed around the room. "Coolio!" Said the boy. "I can fly!" He said jumping of the bed and floated to Saturn. "U can fly,i can float!" He said. Footsteps and chattering sounded from outside. "Oh crud." He muttered and grabbed Saturn's hand. "Let's make a break for!" He said and jumped out the window,he floated like a baloon and saturn zoomed around. They zoomed out of the window,over the parking lot,and into a tree. "Whats your name?!" Said said. "My name is Hiromatsu." He said. "Whats your name?" He said to saturn. "My name is Serena. Well....sorta...u a robot who was ment to...ment to replace a dead girl named Serena..." she said at first,but murmured the rest. "Then what is your real name?" He said. "Saturn!" She said. "Cool name!" He exclaimed. "Here," she said giving him the silver necklace around her neck,it was shaped like the planet saturn. "I want u to have it,we will be best friends forever!" she said. "Yeah!" He said happily. And held a thumbs up,but fell out of the tree. "Oi vaaay..." he said. Saturn giggled. "U ok?!" She said. He sprang up. "Good as ever!" Saturn got startle and fell out of the tree and landed next to him. They both burst out laughing.......*(that was a memory.) Saturn turned her head to the left,eyes close and burned fro the tears that silently fell,clenching the silver necklace in her hand. "58 59 60 61 62 63," she stoped at a damaged faded door on her right with the number 63 on it in bold red paint. It was pure titanium. She took a breath. "I think this is the room.." she murmured and trided to open the door. It was locked. She growled and kicked it down. She went inside the pure dark room...if were down this hall,u could hear a frightened and distressed scream,of Saturn,the one meant to replace Serena.

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    Posted September 7, 2011

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