Cemetery Planet I

Cemetery Planet I A new Sci Fi Paranormal Romance Thriller Novelette It s eight hundred years in the future a time when the Earth had become so populated all graveyards had to be relocated to another planet It s an e

  • Title: Cemetery Planet I
  • Author: J. Joseph Wright
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A new Sci Fi Paranormal Romance Thriller Novelette It s eight hundred years in the future, a time when the Earth had become so populated, all graveyards had to be relocated to another planet It s an entire world of graves in a lonely, desolate part of the galaxy, and Harvey Crane, the sole caretaker, finds he s not alone onCEMETERY PLANET.The Cemetery Planet SeriesCemeA new Sci Fi Paranormal Romance Thriller Novelette It s eight hundred years in the future, a time when the Earth had become so populated, all graveyards had to be relocated to another planet It s an entire world of graves in a lonely, desolate part of the galaxy, and Harvey Crane, the sole caretaker, finds he s not alone onCEMETERY PLANET.The Cemetery Planet SeriesCemetery Planet ICemetery Planet IICemetery Planet III Cemetery Planet IV Cemetery Planet The Complete Series

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    About “J. Joseph Wright

    • J. Joseph Wright

      J Joseph Wright penciled his first novel in the fourth grade, but, after failing to publish it, toiled away in obscurity until his freshman year in high school Upon reading and, inexplicably, enjoying one of J s witless essays, his English Comp teacher, a man of questionable taste, recommended he write for the school newspaper Soon J was regaling the student body with a fantasy horror fiction column, gaining a robust early fan base, albeit from a captive school audience.After college, J left a highly lucrative career in television for an even lucrative career as an author, and now writes Paranormal Romance, Horror, Science Fiction, and Fantasy.



    797 thoughts on “Cemetery Planet I

    • An astonishingly quick read, Cemetery Planet is also kinda creepy.Given a quick set-up, the story settles in with Harvey, who is the sole caretaker of a planet that serves as Earth's only cemetery. He's responsible for centuries of graves, mausoleums, and holomemorials. His only job is to make sure everything keeps working.Even though no one, but no one, visits anymore. That, to me, is really sad. It's an important job, but no one cares save Deep Six. I kind of wish that this had been explored m [...]


    • Imagine it. All alone on a planet far, far from home.It’s a graveyard, the whole planet. And that’s all there is, you and the dead.You think you are alone, but….you find you’re not.The hologram you created for a companion doesn’t count. But she should.She’s the one you’ll need when it comes calling.I just had to read this book!The premise is not that far-fetched.Where will we put the dead in the years to come, when there is no more room to bury them.This takes place 800 years in th [...]


    • This review may also be found at:Beyond the Squee: Book ReviewsbeyondthesqueeJ. Joseph Wright gave me a copy of Cemetery Planet. I took it because, really, can one have too many books? Then I looked at the genres that he tends to write (Sci-Fi and Horror) and some of it appears to be really scary. So I did the only sane thing, I asked my 21 y/o daughter who likes things like “Walking Dead” to read it first. She did and then she nagged me to read it.I needed to know if I was going to be able [...]


    • Solid 4.5 stars. Review is up at our blog: beyondthesquee/J. Joseph Wright gave me a copy of Cemetery Planet. I took it because, really, can one have too many books? Then I looked at the genres that he tends to write (Sci-Fi and Horror) and some of it appears to be really scary. So I did the only sane thing, I asked my 21 y/o daughter who likes things like “Walking Dead” to read it first. She did and then she nagged me to read it.I needed to know if I was going to be able to sleep afterward [...]


    • This book has everything a sci-fi book should have; other worldliness, troublesome computers, possible alien life forms and planetary atmospheric issues. A novella, the book is small enough to read in a weekend but large enough to give the reader their sci-fi fix. And what's really good is that J.Joseph Wright leaves the reader with that what-next feeling at the end. The author has written other more horror based books and I am sure that readers may enjoy these too-I would certainly give them a [...]


    • I don't usually enjoy sci-fi books because I feel like they can get out of hand. Aliens of all types, powers of all types. That kind of thing.That being said, this was a nice little fun read to pass the time. The concept and execution was great. The only issue I had was the length - it was very short and I saw that there are five in the series. I did not check the length on the others, but if they are this long I feel like having them condensed would have been nicer flow-wise. However, maybe the [...]


    • I found the story very interesting, and got hooked on the caretaker, Harvey. Lea was intriguing as well. More of them might have worked better than the "malfuctions".The one reason I did not give it more than 3 stars was the run on sentences. "He tried not to think about the fact that, lying under each grave, was a body, decomposed beyond recognition, still and stiff, bones and teeth and hair and dusty, tattered garments—the costumes of the deceased."Maybe it was intentional to give a special [...]


    • Terrific Read!!!Terrific Read!!!Ended too soonIt was A fun ride! I recommend it to anyone wanting a light read, fun, and humorous. J. Joseph Wright did a great job in character development, and once I started reading, I couldn't put it down. Another new author I will be following! Fantastic fun!!



    • The idea of a planet of nothing but the dead and their monuments makes for an eerie tale - very captivating & well-written story!



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