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Missionaries of Omo (The Displacement Trilogy Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

Rick Wiedeman
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After surviving first contact with the invaders aboard the USS Fort Worth, Kurt and Sophie barrel through Polunsky Devil territory to tell the world what they've discovered. Meanwhile, the elite Missionaries of Omo reach out to humanity with a tantalizing offer: Join our alien faith and live forever.

MISSIONARIES OF OMO is a Kindle bestseller that blends the science fiction and zombie genres in a tale appropriate for young adult and adult readers. Book one of the trilogy, 300 MILES TO GALVESTON, and book three, OYU’S TRIDENT, are available on Amazon now.

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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Loved it.. 26 Sept. 2013
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    More developed than first, some great thought provoking ideas, in the mood of the science fiction of Simak ext. Which I so much enjoyed when I was younger. A wonderful read.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Very entertaining! A premise unique in its genre. 4 July 2013
    By TM - Published on Amazon.com
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    "Missionaries of Omo" is, in my opinion, a more accomplished novel to the preceding book "300 Miles to Galveston". This is not a slight against book one of The Displacement Series; rather its a statement about how much I believe the author has improved his writing and story telling skills. "300 Miles..." launched the series and had to do the heavy lifting of building a world and introducing characters. "Missionaries of Omo" is all about action and peeling away at the layers of explanations. Dialog in particular is handled deftly and humor is used skillfully within the context of the narrative.

    I enjoy speculative future-fiction, especially post-apocalyptic stories with travel with survivalist characters. The premise of the series is simple yet deeply intriguing: people suddenly stopped staying dead. Sounds like another entry to the hugely popular zombie genre, right? Not even close. Any more of a description would rob the reader of the twists and reveals, all of which I found very entertaining.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars I thoroughly enjoyed this book/series 15 Nov. 2014
    By Jillian Cori Lippert - Published on Amazon.com
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    I thoroughly enjoyed this book/series. I was definitely looking forward to what came next as the story unfolded. There was good character development and I felt I "knew" the character's personalities. The story moved well with a good mix of action versus times we got to know the characters and their motivation. I was happy to buy the third book in the series.
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars very enjoyable concept 8 April 2014
    By Billy B. - Published on Amazon.com
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    I reviewed the first book in the series with the criticism that certain concepts weren't given the attention they deserved, and that I hoped they were addressed in future books. Book 2 went a long way toward digging in to the religion of Omo and alluding to the society of the aliens without beating us over the head with exposition. I have no complaints.

    This really takes me back to the sci-fi I read as a kid, and it's a fond comparison. I like this series a great deal and will be sad to see it go with the third book (which I'll probably read in its entirety tonight).
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars The Bridge 20 Mar. 2014
    By DC - Published on Amazon.com
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    The second book in the imaginative "Displacement" series requires simultaneously becoming more involved and letting go. These books do not fit neatly into any single genre. This is not a zombie story. It is not a story merely of religion. Nor is it straightforward science fiction. The sophomore effort in the series is a heavier read than the first, and demands more of the reader. Go with it. It's not a huge intellectual stretch thanks to the author's easy flow. Although the concepts seem ethereal at times, they really are the basics in life. Family. Faith. Fear. Love. Hope. Heavies like Imperialism and fighting against all reasonable odds. Good stuff, this. Drop a dollar, sit back, and enjoy.
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Alien Carpetbaggers Indeed 20 Nov. 2013
    By L. Spier - Published on Amazon.com
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    Definitely not a zombie tale. Yes, the dead do rise, but there's no eating of humans involved. This is pure scifi at its' finest. Characters are fully realized, the plot moves along nicely and, best of all, the science makes sense! I also don't want to say too much for fear of spoiling the story. So, trust me when I say that, if you read the first novel (300 Miles to Galveston), read this one too. And then wait eagerly with the rest of us for the final installment.
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