Preternatural Karen Guerreri a struggling science fiction writer finds either the telepathic aliens she has created in her current work are trying to communicate with her or they have created her or she is goin
  • Title: Preternatural
  • Author: Margaret Wander Bonanno
  • ISBN: 9780812567649
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • Karen Guerreri, a struggling science fiction writer, finds either the telepathic aliens she has created in her current work are trying to communicate with her, or they have created her, or she is going crazy.
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    2 thoughts on “Preternatural

    1. Margaret Wander Bonanno is a science fiction author with over twenty novels to her credit, including several set in the Star Trek universe.

    2. Karen Rohmer Guerreri is writing an SF novel working title, Preternatural by taking dictation from telepathic ET jellyfish in her head Talking jellyfish sneers her soon to be ex husband Ray You ll never sell this Ray s a jerk, but he s understandably upset he s been seeing jellyfish too As have most of the characters in the book It s not the sort of thing you, um, share with family friendsMore plot summary than this really isn t going to help think Wine of the Dreamers meets Phillip K Dick, with [...]

    3. There are some quite funny parts in this book, equally there is some lameness and misplaced cheese, giving the author a chance rating of successful humour Essentially unless there was a gigantic meta in joke I was missing reading this the book only earns a single star.Sure there is a fair dose of originality in the frenetic pace and jaded Hollywood characters, but in the end I found myself relatively unattached to characters, world or even punchline.Am I allowed to say I suspect this book is jus [...]

    4. Bonanno is an interesting writerjust not interesting to me Yes, this book is VERY ambitious, but I also find it pretty self indulgent Also, I don t relate to any of the charactersher writing style lends itself better to a female audience, I think.

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