It took well over a year, but I finally got a copy of Om-Bork, by a fellow Saint. Louisan, Robert Lampros. [Is that a word?] Anyway, I won this book through Goodreads.com.
The story is about a boy named Martin who thought he heard an alien spaceship land near his backyard. Fifteen years later, he runs into the alien, who claims to be the one who'd landed all those years ago and had watched him grow up!
Now that's where I'm confused. They meet and become acquainted and then It Ends! I was like, "Wait! Did I miss something?" I went back a few pages and reread, but found myself baffled. I liked the introduction, but it was never explained why the alien waited so long before finally meeting. The terrestrial, Om-Bork, though from another planet, just happens to be Christian. That made me think, that the author was going with the premise of all things created by one being, God. I wanted more... but it ended.
The illustrations are abstract and bright, which keeps children interested, but it's outside of that, the book has nothing to offer. The book is about 38-pages long with a story that ends on page 34. I don't know what the message is supposed to be. Right when one should have kicked in, it was over.
I'm gonna just move on to the next book.📚
Rating: 👓👓👓 of 5 specs
*Colors is next.
**Book independently published.
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