My first impression is that it is one heck of a good read. You've given lots of new twists to the  Roswell Incident and created a manuscript that might stand alone, or better, be transformed into a screenplay. Several of your scenes almost cry out to be filmed. For example, the crash of the saucer  and  Glenn Miller's murder are near-Spielbergian because the scene lends itself to special effects treatment and Glenn Miller's death is so sad.  Also, you've created an interesting character in Fonzie. (Have you considered how good this would be--with modifications--as a young adult book?) Your plot is so involving that I find myself thinking about it when I'm not working on it, which I've spent several hundred hours doing.


Editor of Roswell Encounter Gallery, November 28, 2006