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Review: The Alien Interviews by Chet Novicki

This modern looking, high quality cover represents the book well. Greys or Grays? tomato tomoto, blah blah blah, you get the point. ;D

Summary:

( Extracted from Book Barbarian )

I just got a phone call from my old friend, Jimmy. Only trouble is, Jimmy died 40 years ago.

So what’s he been doing while he’s been “dead”? Interviewing little gray aliens for the government, according to him. And keeping notes. Now he wants to tell me all about it, but someone doesn’t want me to know and is working hard to keep me from finding out!

A highly unusual novel with a unique take on the “alien experience” – who they are, where they come from and what they’re doing here, plus who we are,what we’re doing here, and what happens when we die. Set in modern-day (now) Florida, USA. American English.

Evaluation:

Chet Novicki presents The Alien Interviews in a digestible format. I was able to follow right along with the story from page one without any indiscernible noise that some other books present at the beginning ( neither a pro or a con in my opinion ).