Majician / 51

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The Invisible College Press, LLC, Apr 1, 2010 - Fiction - 246 pages
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Groom Lake... Dreamland... The Skunk Works. Paradise Ranch... Watertown... Pittman Station. All names that refer to Area 51 - the secret and foreboding government installation that everyone, if they know anything about it at all, fears. Except Dr. Ross Gardner. A scientist at Area 51, he's trying to reverse-engineer the technology of the saucer that crashed at Roswell in 1947. It's the best job in the world, sure, but to him, Area 51 is just the office, his second favorite place in the world - after wherever his beautiful, devoted wife, Danse is. ...Until Dr. Gardner discovers the meaning of the strange sigils found in the saucer. That will set into motion a chain of events that will upset every facet of his well-ordered life. Then he'll know why people fear Area 51.

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User Review  - Mrsbaty - LibraryThing

To be 100% honest, I read half of this book. I put it on my "read" shelf because I won't be coming back to it but 50% was as far as I could make it. I gave it two starts because Area 51 is always an ... Read full review

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User Review  - shilo1364 - LibraryThing

*disclaimer: I received a free copy of this ebook from member giveaways on librarything* I didn't get past the first few pages of this one. The writing was awful. I mean, come on, "the troop truck ... Read full review

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Mike W. Barr has written in every one of the first four incarnations of Star Trek: Star Trek, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager -- in either comic book or other formats. His credits include the first comic book version of Star Trek that was commercially viable and critically acclaimed; Camelot 3000. He also worked on the first comic book maxi-series, with artist Brian Holland - Batman: Son of the Demon. This graphic novel's proceeds restored DC Comics to first place in sales after fifteen years. Barr's Batman scripts have been adapted for the mobie Batman: Mask of the Phantasm and for several episodes of the Batman cartoon show and he continues to be a profilic writer of novels.

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