Review by pricessbianca28 -- 30th Century: Escape

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Review by pricessbianca28 -- 30th Century: Escape

Post by n-dai che » 04 Dec 2017, 11:18

[Following is a volunteer review of "30th Century: Escape" by Mark Kingston Levin, PhD.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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How do you describe your experience when you are traveling to a far place? Sometimes traveling so far is a tiresome journey but satisfied upon seeing the beauty of nature. 30th Century: Escape by Mark Kingston Levin is a kind of travel that will enhance your imagination of nature. This kind of travel is different from a normal travel, we use in our daily transportation.

A lady wanted to escape not in a typical house, but in her current century. She is Jennifer Hero, a team leader, but choose to leave what she had in order to escape. Something happened in her organization and her only escape is to go backward from the 30th century to the 21st century. Why she is planning to escape from a well-advanced technology in a still upgrading century? What are her motives in the 21st century? Will she able to do a time travel? How? She got stranded on a dangerous island with radiation. Then, she met strangers after a couple of months. How could she trust them? Her only choice was to go with the strangers. How could she manage her escape?

Escaping is trying to avoid responsibility or conflict in the midst of crisis. I like how the author depicted responsibility and decision making of this story. It is risky for Jennifer to leave, she might be called a coward, a selfish but her choice is also important.

I admire the author’s creativeness when someone stranded on an island. He gives a helpful strategy like fishing, using tools around the area and the easiest way to survive is by eating a coconut. Underwater adventure makes me excited to read it continuously. The author’s artistic ideas on nature captured my attention which made me like the book. The author gives an idea when to trust strangers, how to communicate with them and on how to make yourself calm down under the pressures.

The title in every chapter is very interesting. The pictures enhance the author’s point because it gives clarity on what he is trying to tell. The grammar is also good and I did not see any misspelled word. A person who loves adventure, travels, underwater experiences and nature lover will enjoy reading this book. I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. I learned a different strategy when stranded, meeting strangers, on fishing and on communication. My negative comment on this book is only the nude picture of Jennifer that might cause sexual aggressiveness to minors.

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Post by pinklover » 07 Dec 2017, 08:56

Escaping is trying to avoid responsibility or conflict in the midst of crisis.


this phrase captured my attention in your review. I agree with that. It happens especially in politics and also in the lives of common people. Thanks for your review. :lol: :tiphat:
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Post by n-dai che » 09 Dec 2017, 02:27

pinklover wrote: ↑
07 Dec 2017, 08:56
Escaping is trying to avoid responsibility or conflict in the midst of crisis.


this phrase captured my attention in your review. I agree with that. It happens especially in politics and also in the lives of common people. Thanks for your review. :lol: :tiphat:
you are right! I agree with that. I guess that someone escape based on the situation he or she in. :)

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Post by KlareAllison » 09 Dec 2017, 17:55

I think the plot of Mark Kingston Levin's 30th Century: Escape is remarkable. The character of Jennifer Hero is sounds interesting. However, narratives of time travel hardly appeal to me. Good job on the review, pricessbianca28.
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Post by inaramid » 10 Dec 2017, 13:25

I find it interesting that yours is the only review that did not touch upon or focus on all the sexual content of the book. Although I may not agree with some of the points raised here, it's still nice to look at the book from a different perspective. Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

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Post by n-dai che » 04 Jan 2018, 00:21

inaramid wrote: ↑
10 Dec 2017, 13:25
I find it interesting that yours is the only review that did not touch upon or focus on all the sexual content of the book. Although I may not agree with some of the points raised here, it's still nice to look at the book from a different perspective. Thank you for sharing your thoughts.
Thank you very much for your observation on my review. I read different views as well and their views more on sexual issues. Thanks. :tiphat:

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Post by n-dai che » 02 Feb 2018, 01:24

KlareAllison wrote: ↑
09 Dec 2017, 17:55
I think the plot of Mark Kingston Levin's 30th Century: Escape is remarkable. The character of Jennifer Hero is sounds interesting. However, narratives of time travel hardly appeal to me. Good job on the review, pricessbianca28.
Thanks for reading this. :tiphat:

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Post by samuel+ahmadu » 18 Feb 2018, 17:49

well its quite captivating and educative for one to undertand the aspect of re-selection or change of toth that (i think is what the author is trying to make us understand)which involves risk taking and trusting the unknown(stranger{s})more over i think the author isn't relly speaking about the topic rather as an idomatic expression(that is otherwise).

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Post by n-dai che » 04 Mar 2018, 22:19

samuel+ahmadu wrote: ↑
18 Feb 2018, 17:49
well its quite captivating and educative for one to undertand the aspect of re-selection or change of toth that (i think is what the author is trying to make us understand)which involves risk taking and trusting the unknown(stranger{s})more over i think the author isn't relly speaking about the topic rather as an idomatic expression(that is otherwise).
your right! :tiphat:

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Post by jeminah28 » 22 Mar 2018, 05:39

Nice review. I like this book but too much sexual scenes distracted me.
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Post by prinjeh18 » 22 Mar 2018, 07:34

Nice review, but this book is not for me.

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Post by ValBookReviews » 27 Mar 2018, 18:53

Yes, nice review; but I too pass on this book, in which I'm not into erotic science fiction and spoiler alerts.
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Post by n-dai che » 27 Mar 2018, 22:41

ValBookReviews wrote: ↑
27 Mar 2018, 18:53
Yes, nice review; but I too pass on this book, in which I'm not into erotic science fiction and spoiler alerts.
Thanks for reading my review. Have a nice day ahead. Happy holiday.

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Post by ValBookReviews » 28 Mar 2018, 10:08

n-dai che wrote: ↑
27 Mar 2018, 22:41
ValBookReviews wrote: ↑
27 Mar 2018, 18:53
Yes, nice review; but I too pass on this book, in which I'm not into erotic science fiction and spoiler alerts.
Thanks for reading my review. Have a nice day ahead. Happy holiday.
Thank you! Same to you. Have a safe an enjoyable one.
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Post by NuelUkah » 08 Aug 2018, 14:47

30th Century: Escape is a well written tale with the science firmly grounded in reality. Dr. Levin does a very good job with his freshmen debut in fiction. Though the book is tagged Science Fiction, it should also be tagged Romance/Adult cause of the sex scenarios. I do not recommend for children and teens.

Dr. Levin tried breaking the terms down to layman's understanding, but be ready to get lost in the plot...
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