2012 by Ted Stetson

2012

By Ted Stetson

  • Release Date: 2011-01-19
  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Score: 3
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From 504 Ratings
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Description

Everyone said it's the last day of Earth and went outside and waited.

Reviews

  • 2012

    2
    By Jakilang
    It's ok
  • Short but not sweet

    1
    By sar1386
    This was very disappointing, I thought it would be a quick interesting read, with a premise that the world was ending I thought there would have been some imagination used!
  • 2012

    2
    By Antony Saunders
    We'll it let me get the gist of I books that's about All.?
  • Review

    1
    By Catleigh5
    Not quite what I was expecting. I was expecting something so much more detailed, a lot more clear to understand. Quite disappointed really...
  • Very bad

    1
    By Sming taken
    Painful to read, insulted my brain
  • Where's the rest?

    2
    By Coolkez
    Read the first chapter, and it ended? I even went back to the i book store as I thought I had downloaded the sample by mistake. I think that could have been made a whole book. Good story just short. Very short.
  • Book was too short

    2
    By 20129009654057
    The book was too short, the story was ok but could have been a lot longer, the story could have been made into a much longer book, for example the asteroid's arrival being described through one persons eyes.Their normal day before the asteroids arrival could be described.Then there could be the details about the scientists discovering the asteroid and the idea of missiles etc .
  • Brief

    1
    By Matt C. McSherry
    Possibly an idea big enough to write a whole book about. The author does it in one chapter, a brief chapter at that. What's here is a good summary of a book, rather than the book itself.
  • Not even a story

    2
    By kamarjato21
    Way to short doesn't even have a plot
  • Bad =|

    1
    By Cohfufuvkdyh
    Not worth downloading x\

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