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Publication Date: 1999
Dimensions: 8 X 5.5 (inches)
Series: J.D. Stanton Mystery
Alton Gansky (www.altongansky.com) has written a number of other novels, including Zero-G, Finder's Fee, Directors Cut, Before Another Dies, The Prodigy, and the J. D. Stanton mystery series. He also writes nonfiction books that explore the mysteries of faith, the Bible, and God. He and his wife, Becky, have three adult children and live in Southern California.
Jeannie5 Stars Out Of 5November 21, 2004JeannieLOVED IT. I have read everything I can find of his books and I always recommend this author to family and friends. This book is just so vivid, it is like I am part of the book.
Pastor Nina4 Stars Out Of 5November 17, 2002Pastor NinaCouldn't wait to read this sequel to "A Ship Possessed," but was somewhat disappointed by the end. Fascinating premise, and I loved the mix of science and theology--lots to think about, in terms of the reality of other dimensions. But way too much violence, bloodshed, and death. A big chunk of the story is just unremittingly depressing. Still, J.D. Stanton is great as the hero, as were Dole, Kaster, and Riggins. Appreciated Josie's character, but her dialogue was unnecessarily thick to the point of caricature, at times. In any case, Gansky is an excellent author and I've moved on to his "Dark Moon" (another compelling mix of science and spirituality).
Julie K.5 Stars Out Of 5May 25, 2001Julie K.WOW! This story was like a rollercoaster ride. A great mystery and well written. Good in it's own rite,but totally different than the first book in the series;'A Ship Possessed'.J.D.Stanton is a strong character;one of the best I've read about in awhile. More~More!!!! :)
Cassie5 Stars Out Of 5May 13, 2001CassieWonderfully written. Gansky is a fantastic story teller. His first book was great. This one is even better. Every piece of the story makes you compelled to find out what happens next. This story is unique and addresses a whole newconcept in fiction.
Eric Wilson3 Stars Out Of 5September 12, 2000Eric WilsonThis was my most disappointing Gansky read. As usual, the characters are not too deep, but this is a thriller, so that's to be forgiven. Unfortunately, I kept tripping into the plot holes that an attentive editor could've filled in. The premise was great, and the resolution was satisfactory, but I had to work at avoiding the problems. Oh well.