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review 2018-12-14 16:29
Interstellar: The Official Movie Novelization
Interstellar: The Official Movie Novelization - Greg Keyes


















If I had to choose again between the book and the movie, I'd rather choose the book than the movie, for movie was notoriously hard to comprehend and the book was easy to comprehend. Not saying that the movie was bad, but it featured a whole lot of science mambo-jumbo that it didn't suit my personality, and I couldn't exactly follow the storyline no matter how much I wanted too. Book on the other hand, explained a whole lot of many strange and many weird scientific things and concepts that movie could not explain in full detail, and thus approached me to the science behind the storyline. So if you're new to Interstellar phenomena that has actually taken over the world, I suggest that you give this book a fighting chance for an honest review.

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text 2018-03-02 09:52
Space 1999 Reboot: "Interstellar" by Christopher Nolan


How exactly did "solving gravity" allow them to launch NASA and save all human life? Did they develop some kind of anti-gravity? Isn't that theoretically impossible, no matter how much information of an unspecified nature one gathers from inside black holes? If people in the future are capable of building a device that can send messages through time via gravity, why didn't they just send those messages themselves, instead of waiting for someone from the past to stumble upon the device and use it? Come to that, why set this device to focus on the bedroom of a little girl who might be able to take the information to NASA, and not just focus it on NASA? How come Coop looked about 50 when, according to the film, he was no older than 35 when he left Earth?


Just saying.


If you're into stuff like this, read on.

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review 2018-02-06 06:05
Interstellar Cinderella
Interstellar Cinderella - Deborah Underwood,Meg Hunt

I had so much fun reading this text, and I know that young readers will, too! This text takes the classic story of Cinderella and tosses it into outer space - literally! Although there are several elements that are very similar to the original, Underwood adds her own spin and leaves the reader with a plot twist ending. I have found so many activities to accompany this story. Students could construct their own spaceship to integrate this text into a steam lesson, write about an imaginary planet, or make a text to text connection with The Rough-Face Girl. Students could also recreate and act out the story!




Guided Reading: M

Lexile: AD500L

DRA: 24

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review 2017-10-24 20:54
Great addition in the starship mage universe
Interstellar Mage (Starship's Mage: Red ... Interstellar Mage (Starship's Mage: Red Falcon) (Volume 1) - Glynn Stewart

I truly hope to read some more about Damian Montgomery in the future, but this will nicely tide me over ;)


I was drawn into the story, loved it! 


I didn't love the author's other books/worlds as much as the starship mage/mageking of mars universe. They just didn't klick with me the same way.


I would recommend though to start with the original series before picking this one up.

The timelines do overlap a bit (e.g. Hand Stealy is still alive in this one), but that doesn't hurt the story.





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text 2017-03-24 15:19
Mastered By Her Mates by Grace Goodwin
Mastered by Her Mates (Interstellar Bride Series Book 6) - Grace Goodwin

Amanda Bryant has been a spy for five long years, but when aliens suddenly appear claiming a deadly enemy threatens Earth's very survival, Amanda is asked by her superiors to accept the most dangerous mission of her life...volunteer to be an alien's bride, to share the strange warrior's bed and then betray him.

Accepting the assignment, Amanda is processed as the first Interstellar Bride and transported halfway across the galaxy to her new mate's battleship where she awakens to discover she has been matched to not just one huge Prillon warrior, but two.

Shocked by her craving for the touch of two dominant alpha males, Amanda attempts to hide her body's immediate reaction to Commander Grigg and his second, Rav. Resistance is futile as her new mates expect to control every aspect of her life, and her pleasure, and neither will hesitate to deliver a thorough and embarrassing spanking should she disobey their sensual commands, or resist a complex and deeply arousing series of medical exams designed to ensure her sexual readiness for their claiming.

Seduced and cherished by two alpha alien warriors who hide nothing from her, Amanda quickly comes to realize that the threat to Earth is very real. When she witnesses a battle with the enemy and the resulting death of a highly respected warrior, she knows she must tell her mates the truth and hope they can forgive her for her duplicity before it's too late.

Loyalties will be tested as Amanda fights the most important battle of her life. How can she protect the warriors she has grown to love and save the people of Earth from making a terrible mistake? Will her human contacts believe her when, with every touch, every look, they will see just how thoroughly she has been mastered by her mates?




Don't get me wrong. This book is smoking hot. So, if you are looking for that. Click away.


The insta mate is hard to take for me and the lack of relationship building.  


The world building is interesting but the evil lame humans back home are wearing as is the lack of information sharing on the part of the aliens. 


So, not great for me. 

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