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ALIEN AGENDA: Why they came Why they stayed [Kindle Edition]

Steve Peek
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Narrated by a rogue keeper of government secrets, this fact-based thriller begins with the death of America's first Secretary of Defense, James Forrestal and posits he did not commit suicide but was killed for what he was about to reveal.
 
The story follows the trail of government research past the Manhattan Project and pulls that team of famous physicists to work on Project Rainbow, an outgrowth of secret research during World War II. Real history and real science make this story compelling and not easily dismissed even by UFO reports most cynical critics.

The evidence eventually leads to answer the big questions: What brought the visitors, why have they stayed, what do they want?

Hunted by a high-tech FBI unit, the narrator eludes capture and sets a kidnapping in motion that reveals the existence of Melanie, a ten year old girl prized by the visitors and held captive by the government.

More liberators than kidnappers, the group narrowly escapes numerous international agencies engaged in pursuit and delivers Melanie to a remote part of the world where she is safe - for now.

A sequel, Alien Agenda: Reunited, is in the works.


Editorial Reviews

Review

Did a U. S. President really do a deal with extra-terrestrials more than half a century ago? Have you, as an American, reaped the benefits ever since?

And now you know, are you prepared to pay the price?

Steve Peek has crafted one of the most compelling narratives you will ever read. Cast as the memoir of a Government agent, it grips like a thriller as it piles evidence upon convincing evidence to reveal the existence of a horrifying secret treaty with worldwide implications.

Read Peek's astounding book and you'll be left with only one important question...

Is this work fact or fiction?

Herbie Brennan, Best selling author of Faery Wars


History, physics and genetics come together to create a believable, frightening story explaining why aliens came to Earth and how they engineered the most terrifying pandemic in human history. You already know about it. It is going to get worse. There is no cure.

In the tradition of Michener and Uris, historical events and real people blend into a fastpaced, compelling thriller that keeps you reading and leaves you wondering how much is actually fiction.

James R. Ward, Best selling author of Pools of Darkness

From the Author

It's rare for a book to appeal to every reader.  I sheltered no such fantasy, but I never thought I would have to appologize for Alien Agenda.

There are some people who bought it and are upset because all of the facts are not to their liking.  This is understandable for two reasons.

When it comes to UFOs and aliens, everyone's 'facts' are not always the same.

The other reason is Alien Agenda is a work of fiction.  It is listed under fiction on Amazon and there is no trickery aimed at making a purchaser think otherwise.

Alien Agenda is filled with 'facts' which have been woven into fiction to make the entire book believable.  Apparently, I did it too well for some readers or they purchased the book expecting non-fiction.

I am sorry if something misled the readers who complained in reviews.  I didn't mean too.

That said, I have to admit to a certain pride at creating a successful blend of fact and fiction.

Product Details

  • File Size: 373 KB
  • Print Length: 180 pages
  • Publisher: Providence Press (May 27, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0086YLKBK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,026 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Could it be true? May 30, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
Steve Peek's new thriller is fiction. I know it's fiction. I've even discussed it with the author and he tells me it's definitely fiction. But it doesn't read like fiction. Every page I turned left me thinking: Could this be true? This sounds true. This feels true.

Alien Agenda is one of the most compulsive novels I've read in the past ten years. There are several of the usual thriller elements -- a hero under threat, political intrigue, a prolonged chase -- but the heart of the work is a prevailing mystery: what are UFOs, where do they come from, why are they here? Peek provides answers that held me spellbound. Even if they aren't true, I can't get them out of my head. If you have any interest at all in one of the great enigmas of our time, you owe it to yourself to buy this book. Peek's speculations are fascinating... and quite possibly important.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Written as fiction but based on fact December 11, 2012
By Ryan
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
(No spoilers) For years I wanted to find a book that didn't try to convince me that the UFOs and Alien presence on Earth is real, there's plenty of proof of that. I wanted to know why they are here and what their agenda is. While looking for another book on Amazon by the same name, I was happy to accidentally come across Alien Agenda by Steve Peek.

The first thing I need to note about this book is that it is obvious that Mr. Peek put an enormous amount of research into it. I say this because there's no way anyone could possibly know all the details put forth in the book without gathering more information than most people would have the patience for. The other reason I know is because when I noticed this book on Amazon, I also noticed that it was written in a fictional tone. I love fiction as much as the next guy, but I really only wanted to read it if it was fact based fiction. A couple reviews inferred that it was fact based, but I needed to know for sure.

I know that many authors are unapproachable but I figured what the heck and I emailed Mr. Peek directly and asked him. I was pleasantly surprised to receive a prompt response from Mr. Peek with the answer I was hoping for. He indicated that he had read countless books on the subject over the years and done exhaustive research and the true historical facts began falling into place for him. Furthermore, he indicated that he believes the majority of the book to be true accounts of actual historical events and very little of the book is his speculation (based off research).

Over the years I've come to realize one things for sure, history did not happen as we have been taught and has been written in history books. I cannot personally vouch for the validity of this story, but my gut tells me that Mr.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
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I have read a multitude of books on the subject of aliens. I try to be fastidious in my selection and have rarely felt I was duped by the hoaxers who love to spin their fantasies; either they are purveyors of disinformation or
people who love to spin a good yarn. In the decades I've spent researching this subject it is rare that I find a book that ties together threads that combine to answer questions about the reality, reason and danger
that the Alien agenda answers! Years ago I was able to ask Dr. Hynek about what philosophies the contactees received. This was in the early 80's and we have literallly come light years since then. His response was laced with curiosity, as though I might be wearing a tin hat! No such communication was abroad at that time. Today is the exact opposite. With the channelers and others whose motives one can guess at, we seekers of reality find it a difficult task to happen upon a book that can be evaluated by other books coming from totally different disciplines and are able to show an uncanny accuracy in the total picture they construct. Since I also have a continuing interest in the powers behind the actors on the world's stage, I have collected a library dealing with that increasingly dangerous cryptic manipulation of our country, world and global future. I also am intriguied with ancient (as in 10,000 B.C)history. Makes for an electic but fascinating intellectual stew.
Alien Agenda rates a 10+ in my opinion. I have re-read it and find I am just as riveted as I was when I first consumed it! HAARP, plasma phsyics and aliens reason for increasingly invading our globe are laced together in a very coherent, eye-opening tome! Anyone who is interested in these areas and how they interact, will find this book invaluable! I can only hope that Mr.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Can You Handle the Truth? December 16, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
Too bad we're only limited to 5 Stars. On content alone it's above that.

Steve Peek opens the door just enough to give us a glimpse at how our government deals with UFOs and aliens, and how they make sure that door stays closed. You won't be reading any of this in history books, that's for sure.

Having read a number of books on most all the topics Peek covers, I'd have to say his information makes a lot of facts fall into place. Some of it just confirms what I've already discovered.

What I found most interesting was how the government got a virus into Iran's nuclear facilities computer system, why the rate of autistic children is increasing unexplained at an exponential rate and Eisenhower's meeting with aliens.

If you believe everything you read in the newspaper or watch on the news, this book will disappoint you. If you've got an open mind, this book will blow you away!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book!
Absolutely a great read. I couldn't put it down. A compliment to this book is Kennedy's Last Stand: Eisenhower, UFOs, MJ-12 & JFK's Assassination. Read more
Published 3 days ago by Michele
5.0 out of 5 stars read if u dare
Couldn't put this one down. Great for history buffs, conspiracy theorists, and those who like to think outside the box.
Published 8 days ago by Laura
4.0 out of 5 stars thought provoking
there is sooo much surfacing that I am inclined to hold my opinion on the subject until I research more
Published 13 days ago by P. Sharkey
5.0 out of 5 stars Must read for people interested in UFOs and Aliens.
A friend recomended that I read this book. I did and I enjoyed it very much. My friend said this was a page turner and it really was. Read more
Published 15 days ago by Falconbrother
4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting book about aliens and the government's involvement
I really liked the book but it seemed to jump around a lot. At times it was hard to determine whether the author was speaking about the past, present or future. Read more
Published 26 days ago by Claudia Schmidt
5.0 out of 5 stars What a fascinating read!
This book is exciting and suspenseful! I It really makes you think and wonder what is going on in this world. I highly recommend it!
Published 1 month ago by Linda R. Partridge
2.0 out of 5 stars Eh....
From the other reviews, I was given to thinking that this was going to be a more involved story than it was. Read more
Published 1 month ago by L. Valdez
3.0 out of 5 stars Well written with a disappointing and incomprehensible ending
For UFO and mystery/thriller buffs, this story is, at least for about 2/3 of it, gripping and very well written. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Skye Hye
5.0 out of 5 stars Fictional Truth, Truthful Fiction
I dig a good sci-fi and a good conspiracy theory. Alien Agenda delivers both. Peeks certainly has insight regarding the workings of particular circles of power and tells his tale... Read more
Published 1 month ago by Amanda Cravotta
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent read!
This is a fiction book, but when I read it, I was like 'Wow, what if it was really true!?' There are a lot of conspiracy theorist out there that would probably say it was true. Read more
Published 1 month ago by AJ
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More About the Author

Steve began writing full time in 2012. Though he wrote and managed to have a couple of books published during his life, something clicked a few years ago and now, for better or worse, he sits at his table researching and writing about things that interest him.

Steve's forty year career in the game industry allowed him to travel extensively and explore histories and myths of peoples and places. He loves all things ancient and digs deep into lore and enigmas.

His books on Amazon include:

Your Money or Your Mustard
Longclaws
Alien Agenda
Coyote Dreaming
Otherworld
The Game Inventors Handbook

In addition to writing, he works in a vegetable garden trying not to be herbicidal, walks in the woods with a rescued dog and gathers imaginary eggs from a few cut-out, wooden hens.

He appreciates the magic of life and the interconnection of all things.

He would like to hear from you via jstephenpeek on facebook or jstephenpeek@gmail.com



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