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Perplex Vision 2000 by Michael Anka

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AuthorMichael Anka
TitlePerplex Vision 2000
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Submitted by Bobby Ruble, Author 
(Apr 07, 2002)

Wonderful Imagination! Great Storyline!

The new science fiction novel, PERPLEX VISION, by Michael Anka is a winner in my book. I am not a true reader of Sci-Fi,
but I found myself glued to the pages to see what was coming next. Anka's ability to come up with strange happenings that
most people don't even dream about shows what a wonderful imagination he has. This imagination, and the capabilities to
process them into a great storyline is what makes a good science fiction writer. Anka brought his characters to life, which makes
the reader feel that the incident he writes about could actually happen. I also like happy endings. PERPLEX VISION is one of
the happiest to the point of bringing tears to the eye of the most hardened. I place Anka on par with the best such as
Rodenberry and King, and highly recommend this book to all readers.

Submitted by Mary Mitchell 
(Apr 07, 2002)

Psychological Thriller

Perplex Vision 2000 is so visually written that it makes you feel that you are living the psychological thriller with unlimited dramatic twist. The characters are exciting; they moved me emotionally. The author constantly keeps you guessing as to what is going to happen next. I couldn't put it down. In the end, the Author leaves you wanting more.

Mary Mitchell

Submitted by Stephen J. Williams, Author 
(Apr 07, 2002)

Real Visionary Writer at Work

Perplex Vision is one of the most imaginative books I have read in a long time. The author has realistically been able to transport the reader from one reality to another, which is what reading is all about. The story shows a real visionary writer at work. Excellent story, characters. Twists and turns in just the right places. What else can I say except that it is an excellent novel. So stop reading
this review and go out and get it, otherwise you will miss out on one hell of a novel.

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