Book Reviews of Abductors

Author: Bernadette Gabay Dyer
ISBN-13: 9781897381311
ISBN-10: 189738131X
Publication Date: 6/1/2007
Pages: 179
Edition: 1
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Publisher: Rain Publishing Inc.
Book Type: Paperback
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Reviewed by Marta Morrison for

Balance. That is a theme that I have come across in books and society. We need balance in all we do. We need it in work and play, physical and mental, good and evil, and in spiritual and earthly. The earth is out of balance and we need to make it right again.

ABDUCTORS explores this theme in the realm of good and evil. The good starts with the plight of Graeme Hulis, who awakens on the Downs in Sussex, England. He is found by a professor who is studying the paranormal. Graeme cannot remember anything about his life. Then he meets a beautiful girl named Anna Wall.

The professor then decides to hypnotize Graeme, and he tells him and Anna the fascinating story involving the abduction of his mother by little men, the arrival of spacemen in Toronto, Canada, the love of fairies, and the future of the balance in nature.

There are many interesting characters in this story, There is a loving family, a talking fox, little men, amazing friendships, and a main character who the reader will grow to love. It is a quick read that holds the reader's attention.

I hope Ms. Dyer will write a sequel, because I would like to hear more about Graeme and his friends.