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  • ISBN 1478117087
  • ISBN13 978-1478117087
  • Language English
  • Author Jazon Dion Fletcher
  • Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 14, 2012)
  • Pages 106
  • Formats rtf lrf docx mbr
  • Category Fantasy
  • Subcategory Science Fiction
  • Size ePub 1656 kb
  • Size Fb2 1910 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 975


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Jazon Dion Fletcher has created an interesting, exciting and unique work in Skull Flowers. His characters and the world they inhabit are three-dimensional and believable, worthy of the reader's emotional investment. Due to the script style format, I found it to be somewhat lacking in descriptive details that create a more sensuous immersive story, however the brisk and engaging plot helped make it possible to overlook this shortcoming in my opinion.

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Skull Flowers is the story of Alexis, her robot 808, and her bumbling friend Officer Whistle Britches as they set off on an adventure to find out who and what was behind the assassination of her father Governor Champagne. Along the way they encounter many villains including Special Agent Scarzensky, Mistress LaReaux, and Dr. Necropolis and explore many strange places including the Death Factory owned by Controlled Substances In. the polluted bayou along Fiddlers Creek, and the Pyramid ov tha Priestess ov Mars.

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Delalbine
3.5 Stars - I don't know what kind of book this is. It could go under a different type of novel, a play, a screenplay? I'm not sure really but it is an interesting futuristic sci-fi and it would make a pretty good short film. I will go ahead and tell you I had never heard of this prior to an email from the author I received a few months ago to review this. So I finally did get to this and the story itself is pretty good, there is a lot of great action sequences and leans toward the cyberpunk genre. The story in itself is good, the writing isn't bad, the grammar...not so great and there were some awkward turns of phrases that just seem out-of-place. Honestly it would work better as a film than it would in book form, but it's still fairly entertaining and it's short so there wasn't a lot of time invested in it either.
Made-with-Love
Jazon Dion Fletcher has created an interesting, exciting and unique work in Skull Flowers. His characters and the world they inhabit are three-dimensional and believable, worthy of the reader's emotional investment. Due to the script style format, I found it to be somewhat lacking in descriptive details that create a more sensuous immersive story, however the brisk and engaging plot helped make it possible to overlook this shortcoming in my opinion. If you can overlook the script style format, this book is well worth the price and overall I would recommend it to anyone with a taste for sci-fi and an active imagination capable of filling in the descriptive details that are missing.
Mr_KiLLaURa
I also found this book a very difficult read. The character names may be supposed to be kitschy but I found them silly enough to continually distract me from reading. I had trouble with the layout as well as it broke up the read for me. I congratulate the writer for trying to speak with an unique voice but , alas, it didn't work for me.
salivan
Remember the movie "Ed Wood"? It starred Johnny Depp as Ed Wood, the director of "Plan 9 From Outer Space", which is widely held to be the absolutely worst movie ever made. An incoherent plot, cheesy sets, inane dialogue, terrible production - it had it all. But it also had a mad energy and a cheerful disregard for its own awfulness, mostly because it was buoyed up by the obvious thrill everyone in it had from being in a movie, any movie. Well, that's exactly what came to mind as I read this. The plot is a mish-mash of every Saturday matinee sci-fi/adventure staple. The dialogue is beyond just "tin ear". The jokes and puns are groan worthy. But somehow you just sort of like its craziness.

And here's the other thing. It's not actually presented in novel/book form, as such. First you get a character's name in capital letters. Then a line or two of that character's dialogue. Then a few lines, italicized, describing the action. Then another character name, another line of dialogue, and another line or two of description or action. It's sort of like reading a script. It made me think of a presentation by the author of a graphic novel where there weren't any drawings. Just proposed thought balloons and then a description, panel by panel, of what should be drawn by someone.

So, this goes in the weird and unique file. If you're in the mood, well it's worth a try.

Please note that I received a free electronic copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a frank review.
Tinavio
Skull Flowers was not only a very interesting read but an intriguing one for me. I have never read a book that comes in a screenplay format, so it made for a unique reading experience for me. I found this to be a fast paced story with plenty of action and lots of tension all tied together nicely with a dark undertone. I don't tend to read a whole lot of Sci-fi as I am more of a horror fan but I have to say that this story kept me hooked - I think that the format actually helped in this respect, as it made it easier to digest the words and imagine the story in your head rather than just being faced with pages and pages of words with no break. I liked the main character, as she was very feisty and I also enjoyed the ruthlessness of the villains in the story, as they really added to the action. I also enjoyed that there seemed to be a variety of different genres rolled into one, which made the story even more interesting.

I don't get a lot of time to read these days, but I'm glad I put some time aside to check out Skull Flowers.
Doriel
Like if you were to pick up a Shakespeare book and read it you will find that Skull Flowers is written in the format you would see a play script. Although this does not pull away from the story I felt the need to share with you in case you're the type that doesn't do well reading plays.

The story follows that in the case of love, betrayal, action, revenge, and seek of power. As it opens you can already see that like most places the "governing system" does not get along on all aspects of what should be done for the people and area they are over.

This argument over this or that soon proves to be the cause of murder and mayhem. Taking power and seeking more. However, Alexis isn't willing to just stand back and accept it all.

From footage caught on tape, to putting clues together down to life or death battles of power and gods. This book takes you on an adventure that will have you turning the pages quickly as your heart races with the story line and you start putting the pieces together yourself.