Official Review: 30th Century: Escape

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Re: Official Review: 30th Century: Escape

Post by KlareAllison » 27 Nov 2017, 12:40

It's interesting that Mark Kingston Levin depicts Jennifer Hero in his 30th Century: Escape, as a strong character. But, the reviewer's reference to "the numerous sex scenes toward the end of the novel" which "were very detailed and frequent," bring about some hesitation... Will I read this book? I dont know.
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Post by Ma Cheryll » 28 Nov 2017, 03:27

Truly an interesting Book to read, especially to those who likes the concept of Time Travelling. Love that the Author showed the main Character’s desire to go back to her own time in the 21st Century, this just proves how people would take every opportunity to go back to the past and live life over, making better decisions and doing better choices hoping to come up with a better future, which is the best ESCAPE one could ever experience! Congratulations to the Author for being #BOTD, and thank you for the FREE book!

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Post by nanzirihadijjahyasin » 28 Nov 2017, 03:45

this is a great review, it gives you the entire summary of the book which is also easy to follow. its is also an interesting which will make a good read for me assuming the errors get fixed, i am going to love Jennifer's character; its very promising.

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Post by paulmuna » 06 Dec 2017, 02:20

Quick, precise and honest review, just reminded me of AVATAR movie and the STAR TREK SERIES.. thumbs up!

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Post by charchin24 » 04 Jan 2018, 01:41

Im about to read the book. Hopefully it'll catch my interest on it.

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Post by TrishKissane » 08 Jan 2018, 06:34

Thanks for the review. Have it on my shelf to read in future. I like that you have been unbiased in highlighting the high and low points of the book. Still not 100% certain I actually want to dive into this book and after reading your review will perhaps leave it on my shelf and wait to see if I am in the mood to pick it up.
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Post by Katerina Katapodi » 08 Jan 2018, 11:27

This is a fiction book, however it gives some realistic dimensions of life. Some times, fiction is very close to reality, dispite exaggeration. Indeed there are people whose experience are extreme ones living in this world, and al people have their own way to ''Escape'' (as per book title here), from extreme problems. Some times life looks like a ferry-tale, but which is close to reality. It's mostly true, that if one starts his/her life with problems already from childhood, it's difficult later to restore easily his/her life, not impossible though. Here the way for hero to ''escape'' is be creative in her way, and not arrogant at all. Lost love in childhood mainly, in her life, has been replaced by creativity, in a little strange way, as a counterfoot, to face problems and difficulties of life. The creation and living in one own world is not strange nowaday. It can bring solutions to everyone. Indeed is finding ways to escape, and as a product of creativity, is build a world, of creation, some times also as self defence. Invent ways and solutions to cope with difficulties. The eternal struggle in life, in many ways, can lead to good results, even late, but never is too late, as we must learn to wait, not actually escape from reality in the strict meaning of the term, but learn little by little, to face problems in an effective way. Some ways advised, is reading, as also Einsteinhad said ''knowledge is power'', and thus discover our hidden forces that anyone can have and develop in similar cases..

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Post by Shamala60 » 13 Jan 2018, 22:31

Time travel is a theme that very few know how to explain. It's a matter of theoretical ideas on how it happens. It has full of sex scenes which makes it enjoyable
Anyway the best author is the one who knows how to intergrate this information to write a fantastic novel. Great book

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Post by Mjnaza » 14 Jan 2018, 10:01

I'm interested with this novel but it's difficult for me to understand all the words.. But still looking forward to read this book.. Maybe on of this day

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Post by nfaaki » 21 Jan 2018, 01:22

The auther seems to include sex materials but that's OK with me however some readers may find it offensive. Anyway one of my best books so far

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Post by Milyondollarbb » 21 Jan 2018, 03:20

Seeing comments that there a bit of some sex scenes, makes this book even more appealing to most people nowadays. The catch there would be if those parts were even meant to make the story even more interesting. Will be reading this in a bit.
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Post by Jennie1115 » 28 Jan 2018, 13:14

I just started to get into the book. The scenic descriptions are fantastic. So far I'm enjoying the read. Great review.

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Post by Cocornejo » 30 Jan 2018, 23:01

I loved this book. Definitly one of my favorites so far.

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Post by Premanand boodram » 31 Jan 2018, 08:51

It's interesting an I enjoyed reading it..books like these are so very much worth my time spend in this book

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Post by Ogideon » 03 Feb 2018, 23:39

Thank for the review for it has made me to develop intrest in reading the book,soon going for it.

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