FEEDBACK

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1.What did you like best about the book?
2.What didn’t you like about the book?
3.Who was your favorite character?
4.Who was your favorite villian?
5.What would you like to see in a sequel?
6.Should there be a sequel?
7.What other sci-fi books have you read?
8.What part of the book was your favorite?
9.Would you recommend this book to others?
10.Which version have you read, smashwords or amazon?

2 thoughts on “FEEDBACK”

  1. I think that I can answer most of these questions myself personally, except the last two.
    1. The constant flow of action. I don’t know about you, but if there’s one thing I don’t like in books are the constant endless streams of meaningless dialog that drag it out one hundred pages longer. Some things are necessary and essential to the plot, but somethings can just be left out.
    2.After I finished it, I had regrets about not making it longer somehow. If there is a sequel, I would like it to be a little longer, maybe 250 pages or so. Sometimes sequels do better, sometimes they do not.
    3.That’s a hard one, because I love them all. But if I had to choose one that I felt that was best like myself, I would have to say Jeff. But actually there’s a little bit of me in all the characters, and other people’s traits I have met in the past. Not to say that any one character is modeled after a specific person, however.
    4.This is also a tough one. Even though Riona has reign over most of the story, I still kind of like Balta better because of his persistence.
    5.I would like to see a stronger plot, as well as more character development, mainly between Lori and Jeff, and the two lingworts.
    6.I would like to write one, but that all depends on reader response.
    7.Where do I start? Martian Chronicles, Dune, I Robot, Star Trek novels.
    8.The ending. I loved how everything meshed together at the end.

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