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Alien Attitudes: Alura Allen, Alien at Large (Book) - 8/7/2007 9:21:51 PM
In Alura Allen, Alien at Large , the first book of his Alien Attitudes trilogy, Terence A. (Tiger) Russell demonstrates his uncanny ability to spin a yarn, interspersing shining filaments of originality with cleverly-woven threads from classic stories. A book which may be read on several different levels, it would doubtlessly appeal to both youthful and mature readers. Mr. Russell exhibits the ability to describe his unique characters in such a manner that the distinct personality of each comes to life for the reader. As the main character, a spunky and independent--though sometimes nave--teenage girl, interacts with her newly-found alien friends, even characters which would upon first impression be bizarre and incredible, actually become believable. Though it would seem impossible, even the unique character "R.J.," whose appearance is no more than a blue flash of light, displays a range of emotions which engage the reader, as does another character, "Brink-o-link," whose brain is floats atop a metal canister. Another major character in the book, a muscular, upright elephant-man, will surely win the hearts of readers from his first introduction, just as he drew Alura's sympathy when she met him. Moreover, the plot is full of action; as the book progresses, it becomes increasingly difficult to put down. The book ends with some unanswered questions which leave the reader hungry for the second book of the trilogy.I, for one, can hardly wait for the second book's publishing. I would encourage everyone to buy this book.

2014 (Short Story) - 4/25/2009 3:20:53 AM
If this wasn't so close to current reality, it would be hilarious. Great insight for the 80's. Thanks.

2014 (Short Story) - 1/19/2008 12:33:31 AM
A rather clever blend of Nazi Germany, the 1970's movie 'Soylent Green', and Huxley's 'Brave New World' with a lot of prophecy in its day of things happening around us even today! You said you wrote this in the 1980's, but there seems to be a lot of post 9/11' nature to it! Not to mention the description of the technology! I enjoyed it! Any more?

2014 (Short Story) - 9/20/2007 7:25:07 PM
Wow. Excellent! You captured the feel of the politics of the environment quickly. Can't say that I hope your vision proves to be prophetic- :) Nice job!

Ode to a Lovely Lady (Poetry) - 8/8/2007 8:42:16 AM
Lovely writing,enjoyed...HUgssssssss

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