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Alien: Prototype af Tim Waggoner
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Alien: Prototype (udgave 2019)

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Serier: Alien Novels (novel 14)

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1511,135,468 (3)1
Medlem:curbsideaudio
Titel:Alien: Prototype
Forfattere:Tim Waggoner (Forfatter)
Info:Titan Books (2019), Edition: Media tie-in, 384 pages
Samlinger:Fiction, Science Fiction, Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:Alien (franchise)

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Sometimes you have to start a review with: in all fairness.

In all fairness you can actually compare airport novels to literary works. Here's why. I have a friend who is a very good and well established poet. She will frequently say: the reason I can't write fiction is because I don't have that knack to make the magic trick work, the one where from the first sentence you transport someone into a different world and won't let them go until it's all said and done.

Sure, you probably won't learn anything about the depths of the human soul. But do we really need to? We already have millions and millions of books trying to do just that. In fact, at least with a novel like this you won't have a life lesson forced down your throat (pun sort of intended).

You may think that I'm trying to defend this novel in some way by disparaging works of heavy literature. I'm not, I'm trying to make the point that those writers who create spinoff-novels, off-shoots and novelizations might actually know very well what they are doing. Maybe even more so than someone writing an article for let's say Antioch or Granta. Why? Because pieces published in literary journals don't have to have that magic trick, it's ok if people who read the pieces know it's a literary piece. In fact it helps.

Over the hundreds of books I've read and thousands of short stories submitted to the literary journal I was an editor of, I've come to greatly appreciate the authors like Tim Waggoner or Tim Lebbon or Alex White. They have mastered their craft and they are making a contribution to entertainment. They are keeping our minds occupied and entertained and that's quite a compliment. ( )
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