Book Reviews of Contact

Contact
Contact
Author: Susan Grant
ISBN-13: 9780505524997
ISBN-10: 0505524996
Publication Date: 5/3/2005
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 78 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
Very interesting story line. I liked this book more than any of her other later ones.
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Helpful Score: 1
This is my new author of the year. Love the perfect blend of sci fi and romance. Love her descriptions of flying. Good characters.
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Thrilling read.
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Caught my interest almost from the beginning. Nice SF touches throughout, though the book is definitely more Romance than SF. I love that the humans never give up and take care of themselves. The character development is excellent and the attention to little things like language differences is wonderful.
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Fairly quick read. Enjoyable.
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This was the book that got me started reading sci-fi romance! It has everything - "believable" science fiction, a kick-butt heroine, romance, action, and a few heart-squeezing/tear-inducing moments. If I could give it six stars, I would!
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Good storytelling...
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Very good read.
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From Publishers Weekly
Drawing on her experience as a commercial airline pilot, Grant (The Star Prince) brings a masterful realism to this otherworldly romance. United Airlines pilot Jordan Cady is promoted to captain when her 747 is captured en route to Hawaii and her captain dies from a heart attack. With the events of September 11 still fresh in her mind, Jordan initially believes the aircraft has been hijacked by terrorists, but she soon realizes that they've been pulled into the maw of an alien spaceship. Grant's "aliens" are less imaginative than one would expect. They look and act human, but they speak Key, the official language of the "Alliance," and possess loads of Star Trek-like gadgets. Using a high-tech translator, Kâ¦o, the scarred son of the ship's commander, reluctantly informs Jordan and her passengers that a comet has destroyed Earth. While Jordan sees to the comfort of her crew, she battles an ever increasing attraction to Kâ¦o, who has demons of his own to purge. Their romance plays out against the backdrop of the war between the Alliance and the Talagars, a race of amoral humans, which makes for an explosive finish. Readers who can get past the book's slow beginning and implausible premise will relish this emotionally charged aviation romance.
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