Alan Dean Foster wrote:Rodimus;
Glad you're enjoying the book. If I didn't care about fan or reader reaction I wouldn't have bothered to register to write on this forum, much less have taken the time to do so, since I am currently heavily into the second book of THE TIPPING POINT trilogy for Del Rey and have just returned from the western Indian Ocean.
I don't know how to convince you that I'm me...though I can say that as far as Bumbleebee and Sam are concerned, wait for the novelization of REVENGE OF THE FALLEN. Look at the update date page on my website and you'll see similar commentary in re THREAT. And I'll give you a key word to FALLEN that few will understand the significance of until they can read that book.
The key word is: mayonnaise.
LOL, I get that. I can't believe he freaked out about something so stupid. It's a pride thing, I guess.
Well, I can believe it's you, that's fine. It just caught me off guard a bit. I have to confess I haven't read any of your other books, though these TF novels are likely to spur me to do so.
I have always been interested in space travel and the like, but not as much about Star Wars kind of space, more about space in regard to us as Earthlings. That's why I liked Ghosts of Yesterday, because I am also a big 20th Century history buff, and tying in the launch to the Moon was a pretty cool concept. Anyway, it's pretty cool of you to register here. It does show you care about this stuff, not just doing it for the cash. I don't know what others said, and don't care. I am saying this based on what i read here in this thread.
If only Michael Bay had it in him to do the same...but he's probably exrtremely busy.
So far, I've gotten to the 13th chapter (p. 232) of the book. And seems to move so fast, it's really a good read. Anyone else contemplates getting it, I highly recommend it. TF action galore.