Reviews for Green Family Adventures
Jave Harron chapter 9 . 6/20/2009
Good to see a chapter with the Mob in it. Julius Evola was portrayed pretty realistically: A fucked up racist occultist. Looking forward to the next adventure they go on!
Jave Harron chapter 8 . 5/22/2009
A nice character building chapter and break from the action, but I'm eager to see the plot in Italy. Fascists are always good villains.
Jave Harron chapter 7 . 5/1/2009
There's plenty of fun with coal miners and riots. I am surprised that Bill Blizzard didn't show up in this story, though a lot of the events were similar to Blair Mountain overall. Looking forward to see where they're going next!
Jave Harron chapter 6 . 4/7/2009
Very awesome chapter. Plenty of action, mad science, and cool things to keep my interest. Also great to see few familiar faces around. Let's hope we can see some Blair Mountain next chapter!
Jave Harron chapter 5 . 3/21/2009
This chapter had some notable grammatical errors, but overall, very awesome. The premise was delightfully deranged, and the cast enjoyable. Looking forward to the next chapter!
Jave Harron chapter 4 . 3/1/2009
This reminds me of that Shanghai story you did with a near identical premise with the Yeti and Nazis. However, David-Neel and the tulpas was an awesome addition.
Jave Harron chapter 3 . 2/16/2009
Awesome to see Al Capone and his car in action here. Tommy guns, mobsters, and Ness in an anarchronistic but awesome Chi-town. Perhaps in the Himalayas or on the way back, they'll find some fun activities of another Axis power.
pinoy1 chapter 1 . 2/6/2009
Hey Mike Bien here, sorry for the late reply. Man, I really feel bad about the book. I wish that one day another online vendor will pick it up so that it can be made available to a larger international clientell. About the research links, for some reason this website is not letting me send you the relivant links to the historical articles about the Mormon church's envolvement in the Moro Revolt. I tried emailing you, but for some reason my letters were regected as Spam. I enjoy the new Green Family Adventures! Always faithfully your Fan: Bien Canonizado
Jave Harron chapter 1 . 1/27/2009
Nice way to start off the story! Cool to see a familiar face there. A lot of action, as normal, but something stuck me near the end: "Isla de Plata island". Isla means Island in Spanish, so it's like saying it twice. As for the Chaco War, weren't Paraguay and Bolivia fairly landlocked? Unless those islands are in the Paraguay river, near its mouth near the ocean, or in Lake Titicaca, those islands would be awfully out of the war. The Chaco War did see some old WWI tanks and biplanes used in war, though.