The Ninth Leg

The Ninth Leg Follow the terrifying exploits of Don Black a man kidnapped by aliens intent on using him for scientific experimentation on their home planet The journey to the extraterrestrial world however takes

  • Title: The Ninth Leg
  • Author: JamesQuirk
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Follow the terrifying exploits of Don Black, a man kidnapped by aliens intent on using him for scientific experimentation on their home planet The journey to the extraterrestrial world, however, takes an unexpected detour when the alien spacecraft carrying Don crash lands on a planet teeming with carnivorous monsters and ruled by gigantic, telepathic spiders To make mattFollow the terrifying exploits of Don Black, a man kidnapped by aliens intent on using him for scientific experimentation on their home planet The journey to the extraterrestrial world, however, takes an unexpected detour when the alien spacecraft carrying Don crash lands on a planet teeming with carnivorous monsters and ruled by gigantic, telepathic spiders To make matters worse, another race of aliens led by a time snatched Adolf Hitler arrives with plans to assume control of the planet and use its unlimited resources to conquer the galaxy Can Don help prevent Hitler and his army of space Nazis from causing a galactic Holocaust

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    1. For those who are intimately familiar with the subject of ufology--particularly, the late-night talkshow variety--"The Ninth Leg" may not immediately seem to be an originally-inspired idea. Those new to or vaguely familiar with the subject, however, will undoubtedly find author James Quirk's take on alien visitation, time travel, and cybernetics to be a truly unique and very lively reading experience. "The Ninth Leg" starts out very strong, with Quirk's journalisitc background proving handy in c [...]

    2. I liked the book. It is an easy read and not overly technical in the futuristic technology aspect. I loved the spiders characters. On the negative side, I did not like some of the language and the gory scenes. The latter were very cruel. I do understand that the scenes were an important part of the book, but still The last few pages were especially horrific. But the book still gets four stars from me since it keeps your attention, has some very likable characters, has nice twists in the plot, an [...]

    3. I'm ashamed to say I read this book and wasted the space on my PC Kindle. It is a totally stupid sci-fi book, marching along it's story line to a shocking ending. I wouldn't even recommend this book to my enemies, nor even my ex-husband!

    4. It starts out your conventional little grey men abduction story . . . then it gets weird. Time travel, Hitler's new Reich, space Nordics, Sasquatch, dinosaurs, spiders the size of dinosaurs and reptilians oh the reptilians!There's really nothing particularly compelling or gratifying about this book but it is a weird, fun, easy read.

    5. You are fucking sick psycho piece of shitWriting anything I could find as sick as your prologue after actually enjoying the story is evil, hope you enjoy the review.

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