A complete book which includes the stories of the Orieonis People who live on the planet Orieon and are taken to earth by astronauts who visit their planet. This book includes their experiences while on earth and their final rescue back to their home.
©2014 Daniel A. DuBour (P)2016 Daniel A. DuBour
I may not have been the target audience for this book because it felt like it was geared more towards children. That being said, this book had an interesting concept because it was focused more from the point of view of the aliens (Orieonis) instead of humans and that’s not something I see often. This basic premise of the book is following some Orieonis as they go to earth and then have an adventurous romp around New Mexico. There were quite a few times where the book seemed overly wordy and that kind of distracted me from the story. The narration was ok, but the narrator didn’t vary his voice much for the different characters. Luckily the book pointed out who was speaking otherwise I might have had trouble determining who was supposed to be talking. His pace was ok for the most part, but there were a couple of times where it felt like there were pauses in the middle of a sentence. In the end it just didn’t feel like this was a book for me, but it might be good for a younger audience.
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