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In her fictional tale, Linda Tuck-Jenkins offers a bold and knowledgeable accounting for the very real circumstances humankind is facing today as we experience the astronomical, climatical, environmental and spiritual changes that are leading to the apex of this transformational age. Simply put, The Sirian Redemption is perhaps one of the most visionary books of our time. --Twinkle Marie Manning, Columnist for The Island Voice Magazine & Talk Show Host for PBS
... a terrific read that blends fact, science fiction and New Age concepts with cliffhanger suspense and a roller-coaster ride of a plot! --Midwest Book Review
With this book, Linda Tuck-Jenkins firmly establishes herself as one of the best transformative fiction writers of today. The book claims to be fiction yet I wonder if it isn't prophecy. ...I couldn't put it down... --Michael Peter Langevin, Publisher, Magical Blend Magazine
The "X-Files" meets "The Celestine Prophecy" in this fast-paced thriller centering on ordinary people who must come to grips with alien encounters and their destiny of helping humanity make a leap in consciousness. Book One of the Starpeople series.See all Editorial Reviews
Fantastic Read! Thank You, Linda. I read this a few months ago and thought, 'I need a read this afternoon, I've been doing nothing but working. Read morePublished 8 months ago by TruthGirl
A little too "new agey" for me, but if the sequel were free, like this one was, I'd probably read it.Published 16 months ago by Alice Shehane
I enjoyed the story very much.
There were a lot of interesting ideas in this book. I was disappointed with the ending though.
I got through it. At times it captured my interest but believe this must be a new author. Needs maturity and to develop story and characters in greater depth. Read morePublished on July 5, 2013 by dana smith
Excellent plot, attention retaining. It kept me involved from cover to cover. It has a unique idea for a story.Published on June 11, 2013 by Joy
I struggled with this book, I kept hoping things were going to ramp up, but mostly it read like the author's religious theories with a smattering of plot devices. Read morePublished on June 8, 2013 by Lynda Jean Filipek
The author did an excellent job with this book. Would like to read a sequel from where it left off.Published on February 21, 2013 by Patricia Winters
I enjoyed this book but felt let down at the end. Maybe there's a second book coming to give the reader a better picture of how events continue. Read morePublished on January 24, 2013 by Connie