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From Beyond Belief

Discussion in 'Sci-Fi, Fantasy, & Horror Books' started by sffan, Apr 13, 2003.

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Do you think ieBooks are the way forward?

  1. Definitely - I would love to try them

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  2. Yes - they could well take off

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  3. I'm not so sure - they could take too long to finish

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  4. No way man! Get a life!

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  1. sffan

    sffan New Member

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    Hi - I'm a new member from the UK!

    I just wondered whether any of you guys out there have read 'From Beyond Belief'? Its totally cool! One of my friends told me about it and I'm not usually into stories about UFO's etc but its got me hooked.
    It centers around a girl called Gillian who thought she had been abducted by aliens. Even her husband thought she was insane.
    You can get it in an eBook format and apparently by xmas it will be an ieBook so you can be interactive and help direct the story.

    If anyone else out there has read it let me know. I would love to discuss it!

    I found the websites - its on www.frombeyondbelief.com and www.patchouliworld.net

    Enjoy!

    SFfan
     
  2. Darren

    Darren Active Member

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    Moved to the appropriate forum.

    Welcome to The Book Forum BTW.
     
  3. Morry

    Morry New Member

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    Might post this in the wrong place...
    Though

    Would advise reading Dune Book 1 and Club Dumas by A. Perez Reverte:
    There is something different in reading a book from browsing a site... or touching a cold machine

    Morry :(
     

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