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- Publisher: E.K. Publishing; 1 edition (17 Nov. 2013)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GS2W6T2
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Alien Species Intervention: Books 1-3: An Alien Apocalyptic Saga (Species Intervention #6609) Kindle Edition
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I can begin to see the undercurrent of the authors goal as we are introduced to new characters 100 years in the future through the story of Echo, Baby's missing offspring as she attempts to complete Baby's mission while being appalled with the henious deaths from book one. Lucky for Echo she falls in love with a new family of mixed races that had cobbled together to pool resourses in their attempts to survive in the increasing horors of a changing world.
In Armageddon Cometh, I finally GOT it. Along with some surprising blindsides. *Don't want to be a spoiler but guess whose BACK?? Hellllo Netty and Baby!!!
I can't wait to see where this storyline goes as the author clearly is defending the suffering of animals as evil governments toy with their people over power and greed.
I found the books to be perfectly edited and the author's style mature and fast paced. I highly recommend!
This is an anthology of three of the six books from the Species Intervention #6609 series. I absolutely LOVE this series, so when I found out the author was combining her books into an anthology, I jumped at the chance to get a copy!
"Baby" is the first book and introduces us to Netty, Wil and Baby. Their story is far from a happy one, but had me completely gripped from beginning to end! It is a dark tale of violence and abuse, but there is something about this book that made me fall in love with it!
"Echo" is the second book and moves forward 100 years into the future, introducing new characters and new terrors. Again, this story is just as dark and disturbing, if not more so, and although I was disgusted by some events, I was completely enthralled!
"Armageddon Cometh" is the third book and continues the darkly violent theme, but it is not as severe or shocking as the previous two books. That being said, I still had the "rabbit in the headlights" feeling whilst reading the story.
This is a great way to get to read this fantastic science fiction/dystopian/post-apocalyptic series, but be warned, it is not for the feint of heart! There is violence and sexual abuse, as well as foul language that may disturb some readers. However, the author has woven a tale that contains a message that is close to my own heart; that all life is precious and if we want to see our children's children's children's children inherit this planet we call home, we have to take better care of it, or face possible extinction by our own hands (or alien ones!). In fact, I'm seriously considering jumping ship and joining up with Baby and Echo's mission!
That being said, this is a fantastic series that has stayed with me long after I finished the books.Read more ›
In the third book the missing offspring (Echo) that has been hiding for fear of humans makes contact 100 years later, vowing to carry on the original mission. Much stands in the way of Echo's resolve such as falling in love with a family with hardships and a white curly haired mutt named Barney who she dubs "My Barney." Tragedy besets Echo's new family and she vows to protect them while pondering her mission.
The third book culminated in the reintroduction of the beloved characters from book one as they make ready for the salvation of the planets wildlife and the humans Echo and Abby plan to rescue.
This anthology will make you laugh, cry, cringe in horror and blink hard over the blind sides. It is nothing short of an emotional roller coaster with timely warnings of what the human race may well suffer if we don't change our ways. ON TO BOOK 4!!!!!
I can't wait to see what the author has in store for me in book 4. Very timely and scary plot. I suspect we will see more of Netty (OK...I peeked) and Baby. I wonder what will happen when the two aliens meet?
Thanks to the author for her wonderful original imagination and the time she took to deliver it in perfectly edited condition. Love the NOT dumbed down vocab!!!!and thanks from the bottom of my heart for the wonderful inclusion of the doggy posse and our wildlife's cry for help!
But first the anthology which was FREE!!!!!!! Always a good start with me. I was enchanted from the moment Netty walked into Baby's cave. I loved the writing skill and the original story. So much today is ripped off from somewhere. When I get my hands on something original and emotional I am in heaven.
Echo started the meat of the story with Baby being the prequel. (I guessed that meant we would be hearing from Netty and crew again. Good thing or I would be chipped!) In Echo we meet a multi racial family with many hardships. Their lives turn as Echo is discovered. (Echo is Baby's lost offspring) We also meet a very special doggie, Barney who becomes the passion (platonic) of Echo's life.
In book three: enter Netty with her mission to use Abby, causing a split in her budding romance with Jose. There is a sense of tragedy, urgency, horror, and it's clearly a time for our heroes to grow up. But how in the world does one accomplish that while bodies are changing, wings are appearing, tails are growing and the bombs are on their way??
A skillful series for the dystopian and wildlife nuts. I wish I could give it a 10!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really enjoyed reading this book and. I look forward to reading the next book in this series. I highly recommend reading itPublished 2 months ago by Stephanie Bradley
This series started off with great promise, then went wrong! Taking the animals from the zoo with no explanation as to why or how the story developed? I won't buy the next 4 books.Published 3 months ago by kirkpwade
Words fail me - this is dreadful. The writing is self-indulgent, badly written, the story is utter UTTER cobblers. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Hay on Wye's Real Reader!
What a great and interesting and different story. It took a while to get into but was really worth it. I recommend itPublished 8 months ago by Sebastian
I rarely read sci-fi and I have to admit the title would not have attracted me for that reason. However by the second chapter I was hooked and I read the first three books back to... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Books R Best
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