The Future Scrollsby Fern Michaels
A set of religious scrolls have been in the family of Alexander Renaldo Mendeneres for centuries, but now his wife has stolen the priceless articles and taken them to the United States. Alexander must use his beautiful young daughter as bait in order to smoke his wife out of hiding.
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Meet the Author
Fern Michaels is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of Fool Me Once, Sweet Revenge, The Nosy Neighbor, Pretty Woman, and dozens of other novels and novellas. There are over seventy million copies of her books in print. Fern Michaels has built and funded several large day-care centers in her hometown, and is a passionate animal lover who has outfitted police dogs across the country with special bulletproof vests. She shares her home in South Carolina with her four dogs and a resident ghost named Mary Margaret.
- Summerville, South Carolina
- Place of Birth:
- Hastings, Pennsylvania
- High School
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I have enjoyed Fern Michaels' books for years. Usually I have a hard time putting her books down. The Future Scrolls was definitely the exception. It was so disappointing. I kept thinking 'this doesn't read like a Fern Michaels book at all'. The characters were larger than life, but at the same time, not fully developed, interesting or believeable.Maybe it was one of her first books that has been reprinted. I don't know. All I know is that the book was very boring and seemed to drag on and on with a weak plot. I couldn't finish it. I would not recommend The Future Scrolls.
Boy, what a big disappointment this one was! Usually, anything by Fern Michaels is awesome, but this one was sadly lacking in plot, and the characters weren't developed enough to hold my interest. I didn't feel like I knew them at all. There were huge holes in the plot and I kept starting over, just in case I missed something. I didn't. Also, a proofreader should have caught the date error on the last page.
I've read other Fern Michaels books that I enjoyed - this was not one of them. Nothing bothers me more than to have books from successful authors, apparently rejected years before, reappear as 'classics' or 'by the author of ...' This books seems to fall into that category. The story seems dated, hastily thrown together, and lacking in substance. Characters are not fully developed and the plot skips around leaving the reader feeling that something is missing. I found myself going back to make sure pages in the book were not missing, and then forcing myself to continue. Don't waste your time or money!
This first stab at Fern Michael¿s literary work left much to be desired. The plot had a lot of potential but ended up scrawny and meatless, which was a shame because iam sure a truly talented author would have been able to weave a potentially good plot into something more breathtaking. Sadly for Michaels, she had the idea but her mode of presentation was parched! Her flow gave me the impression that she was uncertain as to what path the story should take, and then just blindingly grasped around, barely coming up with a coherent string of events. The romance between Dani and Alex was contrived and stiff. The outpouring of emotions were rather artificial, a sudden kiss on the lips without any meaningful build-up, a sudden `overwhelming feeling of not wanting to live without the other¿ when they rarely spent any time together. How can a romance blossom when the hero only makes his appearance like a `jack in the box'? Alex does not even deserve the title of `¿hero¿¿. His role was of a man who did nothing but endanger the lives of his little girl and Dani. And he does not possess any redeeming qualities I can think of that would justify Dani's ''swooning and knee weakening'' episodes. He is in and out of the city, oblivious to the threats that surrounds his daughter, and the next thing we know he is back, the villains got their `¿just deserts¿¿ and within minutes he is declaring to our heroine `¿ I want to marry you. I have loved you from the moment I first saw you¿¿. Further, it reads like a slow,squeaky train¿chug chug chug¿..chug chug chug¿zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
This book is so boring I couldn't even finish it. I have read many of Fern Michaels' books and enjoyed them, but feel she must have been under the gun to put out a new book in this one. I am a read-aholic and go through 8 - 10 books a week.
Very good read
I found I couldnt put the book down. Wonderful writer! I have enjoyed all her books. Big Fan!
Hundreds of years in the past, an angel entrusts the future of mankind to a humble scribe who records the predictions to a set of sacred scrolls. The scrolls are then given into the care of the Mendares family to be held in trust forever. All goes well until the current time, when Dr. Alexandre Mendares scheming, manipulative wife steals the scrolls. If their holy words come into the public eye, world wide diseaster could occur. Alexandre is forced to use his own child to draw out his wife, but the little girl is just as quick witted as her parents. She enlists the aid of Manhattan editor Dani Arnold, who takes Maria in, believing she is a run away or abandoned. When Alexandre catches up with them, the two adults are suspicious of each other at first, but become allies in the race to save mankind. ............... **** Kidnappings, mysterious forces, and romance draw readers into this action packed thrill ride. Despite the fast pace, Ms. Michael's hallmark warmth and tenderness come through every page. This is a women's version of Dan Brown. ****