Aliens Got My Sally: UFO Pulp Fiction for the Modern Mind
The year is 2084; stars cannot be seen, the air is poison and falling pregnant means you’ll likely give birth to a dead baby. That is Earth in Lee Baldwin’s Aliens Got My Sally: UFO Pulp Fiction For the Modern Mind. The Cuz Folk of Thiele, the world that Sally Jacobs and Anna Lewis ends up in via a honey worm, view humanity as a dangerous threat. Celtyne, responsible for 200 quintillion Cuz Folk, introduces Anne to many wonderful things. Meanwhile, an army of abducted Earth women are being prepped for something big.
Lee Baldwin is a master of written dialogue and a genius architect of made-up worlds. Thiele, as fictitious a world as it is, simply begs for a visit. The tentacles of his genius doesn’t just flick out to sooth the readers’ imagination with talking animals and wormhole making honey worms, but also the advanced sorta-human Cuz Folk like Celtyne, a chrome girl with her eyes being like whirlpools. This story is exciting, the characters say the weirdest things, and its shortcomings involve minor things like Sally telling Anna to say something spookier.
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