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Rockland by Teresa Dovalpage (Read 416 times)
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Rockland by Teresa Dovalpage
Aug 23rd, 2013, 12:41pm
 
I really liked this story. All the background information gave life to the main character. There was a lot going on here...Linda's relationship to the soil, her feelings for a lost love and a lost child, and her changing feelings for the "perfect people" and the killer rocks.  But I found myself asking lots of questions. How can an asteroid have an atmosphere? Are the Acorns clones? How do the rocks move? I guess I would have liked to have seen a little more Science in the Science Fiction. But overall a great story, Teresa. Give us more.
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Re: Rockland by Teresa Dovalpage
Reply #1 - Jan 11th, 2014, 12:08am
 

Rocklands was basically a story of invasion like man's lunar adventure. We came we saw we conquered.  And of course every story has it's strong points. This one the fact that the invaders very often get swallowed up by the vanquished.  After all if we mix with alien's as an example, we get to try flying saucer rides.  In this case she experiences
the truth of becoming a part of the earth.  Interesting!
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