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Well written. Smart science. And to top it off, an entertaining story dealing with a different brand of first contact.Published 3 days ago by Troy
I like this book. It's well researched and well written, but it often bogs down in the scientific minutiae at the expense of moving the story forward. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Shawn P. Miller
An alien encounter that explores what ALIEN means in both physical and philosophical depth.
This book instantly catapulted into the top two of my all-time favorite... Read more
Very unusual story, lots of debate about the nature of consciousness. Super strange aliens, somewhat horrifying and confusing relationships between and even within individual... Read morePublished 10 days ago by J. J. Lack
This is a truly original and insightful book, the author has been able to create a plausible future in which the entire story line fits. Read morePublished 15 days ago by estay-von
I have been reading science-fiction for a long time and it is a true and somewhat rare pleasure to find a read as thought-provoking as this. Read morePublished 15 days ago by james obrien
Wow where did this come from? Humans encounter an alien race and boy is it ALIEN. Much creepier than anything you will ever read about in Star Wars or Star Trek. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Herman Blivet
I really couldn't read this book. So intricate different characters , perspective all put together no way to find a direction to follow .Published 17 days ago by Valerie Ford-Mehudin