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Book Title: The Tourist|
The author of the book: Lee McGeorge
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 649 KB
Date of issue: February 1st 2014
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Read full description of the books The Tourist:I GOT THIS BOOK AS PART OF A FREE BOOKREADS GIVEAWAY
This is a strange one for me as I still don't know how to rate the book. Firstly, I want to say the product/gift I received is possibly the best I have received via this site. The author comes across as a genuinely passionate sci-fi fan and the product he has made is remarkable. I'm going to keep hold of this as I believe it's definitely a great conversation piece. It's worthy of 5 stars alone.
The problem comes with the content. I'm not sure if I like it or really despise it. I understand it's based upon a "nearly made but not quite" movie script that has been around for 30 years. I actually quite like the back story of an alien feud where they punish their captives by sending them to a slow death on Earth. However, I'm not sure about the alien sex. I don't think it's relevant for the story and at times it gets in the way of the story. If you thought (like me) the three breasted alien in Total Recall was excessive, well the thought of rape, rimming, changing sex during intercourse and plenty of other odd encounters may put you off.
I think this is a solid labour of love but perhaps not a story I would normally read. Great author, great visual product but I can't see a film like this getting made -with a XXX rated certification and appealing mainly to sci-fi fans, you don't exactly have the clientele to pay back the production costs!
It also finishes very abruptly. I think the plot centered around finding an engineer and a spaceship to get off Earth. She does, then she eats him in some wacky sex act and just announces "I'll find someone else" as the book ends. Maybe it wasn't for me...but I'm going to cherish my copy!
Read information about the authorBefore stepping into fiction full-time, Lee enjoyed a successful career in hospitality that took him from Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street to the British Embassy in Berlin and some of London's finest hotels.
Originally from Hartlepool, he now considers North London to be his rightful and spiritual home.
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