Mine

Mine Selena Castillo publicly claims to be an extraterrestrial but says she has no proof Is it a joke a delusion a gimmick or a reality Tony Sturgess must believe that Selena s claim is only a publicit

  • Title: Mine
  • Author: Lin Sten
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Selena Castillo publicly claims to be an extraterrestrial, but says she has no proof Is it a joke, a delusion, a gimmick, or a reality Tony Sturgess must believe that Selena s claim is only a publicity stunt, or that she is insane, as he falls in love with her, because he still struggles with the racism of his white supremacist childhood otherwise, he is certainly the rSelena Castillo publicly claims to be an extraterrestrial, but says she has no proof Is it a joke, a delusion, a gimmick, or a reality Tony Sturgess must believe that Selena s claim is only a publicity stunt, or that she is insane, as he falls in love with her, because he still struggles with the racism of his white supremacist childhood otherwise, he is certainly the right talent agent to exploit the gimmick, despite her radical environmentalism Professor Hal Bronson, on the other hand, is desperate to believe Selena s claim after he is labeled a crackpot for hypothesizing that the S.E.T.I silence is due to a global technological catastrophe that every advancing civilization must face she might be a witness But if Earth is to be saved, from whom and for whom will it be Through humor, romance, and suspense, Mine entertains while its human characters resolve a case of mistaken insanity.

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    1. It's been a long time since I stayed up till 4am reading. At least, unless you count last night. You can probably tell from that that I enjoyed it, and I'm sure the author enjoyed writing it. It's a happy book, an uplifting one. One that it's easy to enjoy reading. But it's not easy to read. It's Technical, Hard Sci-Fi, and there will be more about that later in the review. But first I want to talk about the characters. They're great.Essentially that's the summary of the characters. I can't thin [...]

    2. First thing I will say about it is, to me it feels like it’s not quite targeted to a huge public. The style of writing is more like non-fiction then fiction in my humble opinion, as you read it feels more like a scientific, chronologically descriptive account of all relevant facts and theories. I mean, layman’s terms, it does play with quite a lot science. You will be delighted (or somewhat puzzled) to find quite copious amounts of scientific reasoning, scientific theories, all the good stuf [...]

    3. I believe the book Mine by Lin Sten can best be described as literary science fiction. It is a contemplative, sometimes challenging, book of intriguing concepts and scientific theories, draped with the idea of aliens visiting earth.This is an erudite novel, written to explore issues. I enjoyed the converging undertones and themes in this book with their weighty and interesting views on science, life and the nature of the universe. The author examines aspects of cultural values, precepts and scie [...]

    4. Sten’s book, Mine sends a deep message that still goes on in our world today. In the form of a story she tells us how human kind has behaved towards others and itself. How destructive and manipulative they can be. She provides some answers to this without having it be preachy or forceful. Sten’s book is through and through a beautiful work of science fiction. I loved how the story starts and how it ends, even the characters are so believable. I found myself wanting to believe in Selena who s [...]

    5. Despite a few minor points, I found this book intelligent, thought provoking, and most importantly, very entertaining. The interactions between the characters were believable and so skillfully crafted. I found myself relating and caring for them. The one issue I had is that I felt the pacing of the story could use a little work. Overall I was constantly impressed with the skill and intelligence put in to this story.See the in-depth review at Sift: siftreviews/2011/09/miReview by: Kevin of Sift B [...]

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