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S.D. Perry
Stephani Danelle Perry lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband and two children. She writes horror/sci-fi/fantasy multi-media novelizations and tie-ins for love and money, dabbling in the universes of Star Trek, Aliens, AvP, and Resident Evil, among others. The Summer Man is her first... show more

Stephani Danelle Perry lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband and two children. She writes horror/sci-fi/fantasy multi-media novelizations and tie-ins for love and money, dabbling in the universes of Star Trek, Aliens, AvP, and Resident Evil, among others. The Summer Man is her first original thriller.
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Birth date: March 14, 1970
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TeaStitchRead
TeaStitchRead rated it 7 years ago
A 90 page freebie from the NOOK store. This is a New Adult romance with a paranormal twist; all the students at PPC are Extrahuman except for the heroine, who is just a plain old human. There isn't much angst in the back stories of either the heroine or hero, so its much fluffier than the typical ...
Mallory Kellogg, Chubbygirlreads
Mallory Kellogg, Chubbygirlreads rated it 8 years ago
This was the low point in the series. Not impressed. The game was clearly all over the place. Plus there were too many convenient plot points, like rocket launchers just sitting there saying "emergency use". Wtf?
Soze Says
Soze Says rated it 9 years ago
There's no other way to say this, but my second read of the SNAFU series as edited by Geoff Brown was very much a mixed bag. Thinking about my overall feelings, I kept coming back to the poem by Henry Longfellow, entitled When She Was Good:And when she was good, she was very, very good,But when she ...
The Cranky Old Reader
The Cranky Old Reader rated it 10 years ago
It would be ridiculous to expect much from a novelization of a video game. A competently-told but pedestrian adventure story is about the most one could hope for. For the most part, The Umbrella Conspiracy does just that. But it's like eating a burger at a McDonald's: uninspiring. It's certainly not...
DavidBonesteel
DavidBonesteel rated it 10 years ago
You have to take the long view when evaluating this book. If you come to this duology expecting a neat, self-contained story, you will be disappointed. However, as the set-up for the DS9 relaunch series, it has me looking forward to reading more. The greatest weakness of this book is that the action...
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