From amazon.com Five star review

September 12, 2013

Tags: Alien Quest, gay, science fiction, gay science fiction

I'm not normally into Sci-Fi, but this book was thoroughly enjoyable. First, it wasn't a story of the future, but takes place in the current time frame. Secondly, the reader isn't overwhelmed with future technologies or Sci-Fi jargon. It is the story of a cop from another planet who is chasing a bad guyand enlists a human to help. When asked how this or that gadget works, the alien always tells the human to find another alien. He's a detective, not a physicist and doesn't understand how it works, but only that it does. Will be looking forward to the sequel. This is pure Zubro.

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September 12, 2013

Tags: Alien Quest, gay, science fiction, gay science fiction

From Allen at Goodreads - gay science fiction group

Allured by the cover... I checked out Alien Quest on Amazon. I read the free peek, which is about 8 short chapters worth. Normally, I read the free or low cost SciFi, of which there is plenty, but after the "peek", I was hooked so I bought it. I realize that the target audience for male/male romance is limited so authors who write it must charge higher prices. That said... I loved it! It was worth every penny. The author's knowledge of the gay world creates a place that feels like home. The characters feel real as if the author himself has met aliens of his own. The Chicago scenes feel real and they are since I looked them up on Google Maps. That adds to the credibility. I also like that sex scenes were alluded to but not explicit. That makes it read more like an adventure and not cheap smut. Thank you Mark! I hope your book is a huge success and you are encouraged to write a sequel.