By Sean Platt & Johnny B. Truant
- Release Date: 2015-02-26
- Genre: Science Fiction
Invasion Sean Platt & Johnny B. Truant Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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Reads like an in dept human interest story with psychological commentary on familial & sociatal relationships. Caan’t wait to read sequel
By Doug 56
I really enjoyed this book. Well written. Fast paced. Hard to put down. I look forward to reading the rest of the books in this series.
This entire book is a "soap opera" lead up to maybe some actual action in the following books in the series. It was too irritating after a few pages to finish other than to flip pages to the end and wonder "what the heck"!!
Well written, but drawn out.
By Wilmington 19805
This book is a good start to this series, although I doubt I'll read the rest.
The writers dragged this first book out with too much character development and not enough plot.
This multiple book story might be for some, but not me. I'd rather read one good book and move onto another. But like I said it is well written, so you might enjoy it.
Loved the story! Looking forward to the other six.
I can't wait to read the rest of the series!
Invasion and Contact
Both are wonderful well written and if you read these books, you will enjoy them!
The good: easy read, page turner, good pace and great plot.
The bad: ending was abrupt and felt rushed.
Hard time finishing, does not flow well. Very boring with intermittent bits of excitement. Then ending in a cliffhanger.
If you like the tv show Ancient Aliens or are familiar with ancient astronaut theory you will enjoy these books. The first book may start a little slow but the next two really pick up the action and get to the real story. I really like how the series is based on Earth it hits home and how it ties in some of the oldest human stories and myths with hard evidence such as unexplained structures and places its very believable.