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Product Details

  • Series: Starpeople
  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Inspirational Fiction; Revised edition (July 1, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0971042993
  • ISBN-13: 978-0971042995
  • Product Dimensions: 0.9 x 5.4 x 8.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,510,660 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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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

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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.

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An economist by training, and a novelist by choice, Linda Tuck-Jenkins, a.k.a Mary Clay, returned to her childhood love--writing--in her mid-40s.

Her first book, STARPEOPLE: THE SIRIAN REDEMPTION was First Runner-Up for the Coalition of Visionary Retailers' (COVR) Best New Age Fiction of 2001 and a Finalist for the 2002 IPPY Prize for Visionary Fiction.

Convinced the ocean would enhance her creativity, Tuck-Jenkins twisted her one and only husband's arm into moving to New Smyrna Beach, FL which is the setting for her comical DAFFODILS* Mystery Series. (*Divorced And Finally Free of Deceitful, Insensitive, Licentious Scum®)

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 9, 2001
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I could not put this book down! Okay, so you heard of the reincarnation theory. Well Linda Tuck-Jenkins takes it to another level as she introduces us to Starpeople, ancient aliens reborn as humans. In Starpeople: The Sirian Redemption, Starpeople have returned to earth to redeem themselves and fight the battle of earth's survival. A battle fought not with guns and ammunition, but with ancient chants and healing songs. This book tells the story of a seemingly ordinary woman who finds herself caught up in a race to stop the earth from destroying itself. Tuck-Jenkins takes the ordinary stuff of human life and reminds us how extraordinary it all is! Instead of the popular doomsday predictions of the new millennium Starpeople is bright light of hope, promising a future that many of us believe is on the brink. You'll find yourself rooting for the Starpeople and casting around in your own mind for traces of ancient memories. At the end of the Starpeople: The Sirian Redemption, I found myself smiling and hoping madly that there was already a sequel printed!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 15, 2000
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This is a great read. I was a little skeptical at first. New Age mumbo-jumbo in a thriller type genre. Okay, but this novel really captures your attention from the first page. Not only is it exceptionally readable; it is also very informative. When Chapter One lands you right in the middle of a howling hurricane you know it is going to be good.
Kelly, Neal and Frank, the main characters, are well drawn and you become captivated with the outcome of their individual "missions". You find yourself pulling for their success. To me a great read is when you become entranced by the main characters and their circumstances. This book has that.
The Sirian Redemption sends a positive message and also gave me a sense of hope about the new millennium. My only regret is that I am not one of the StarPeople.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By LotusGirl33 on August 31, 2012
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i did not even realized i had downloaded this book on my kindle months ago...so when i started reading it recently i did not recall what it would be about. much to my delight, i thoroughly enjoyed it! it was absolutely synchronistic and timely with another FANTASTIC book i just finished reading by Dolores Cannon, "Three Waves of Volunteers for the New Earth." reading "Starpeople: The Sirian Redemption" was like reading the novel/fiction version of the non-fiction regressions depicted in the other book by Cannon. i found myself thinking about the Starpeople book quite a bit after reading it, which is always a good sign things are percolating in my mind and heart. i thought the author did a nice job of weaving the various plots together to crescendo at the end (it felt like i was reading a screen play and could imagine this on the big screen so easily!). i was actually blown away that this book was written a little over 10 years ago...it felt like it was reading something just published this year, esp. with all the HAARP issues at play. if you are someone open to considering a personal connection with the cosmos and being a part of a greater plan and destiny, i'd recommend reading this book! the message brought forth in the book really resonated inside my soul...
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By M. Robins on July 23, 2004
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Linda Tuck Jenkins, author of The Siriran Connection, provides not only an exciting hold-on-to-your-seat roller coaster ride of a story, but she affords a valuable service for some of her readers. She opens minds through story telling far more effectively than prose ever could and she triggers essential remembrance for those who are ready.

There are several levels on which the book can be enjoyed-simply as entertainment, if you like anunusual adventure, well-written, and compellingly told, and/or you can experience and inner awakening, as I did, if you are ready for it.

The world suffers from an insidious form of amnesia- one where you for forget that you forgot and dont even know that you need to remember something important. Readers who are attracted to this book have an excellent chance of discovering something surprising and valuable that they need to remember.

If you find these comments interesting, there's a good chance this book is for you.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Midwest Book Review on February 10, 2001
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Kelly Saunders is a beautiful young economist, Neal Winters is an eager cub reporter, Frank Scortino is a veteran Secret Service agent. All three share a common heritage -- they are Starpeople, reincarnated space spirits who've come to save Planet Earth. The problem is that they don't remember their past. When faced with the truth can scarcely believe it and have not clue as to what they can do. But the clock is ticking. The ancient predictions of death and destruction are about to be realized. It's up to Kelly, Neal and Frank to right ancient planetary wrongs and save the Earth -- while coping with aliens, freak storms, and government cover-ups. Starpeople: The Sirian Redemption is a terrific read that blends face, science fiction and New Age concepts with cliff-hanger suspense and a roller-coaster ride of plot!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Patricia Scholes on June 25, 2013
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This is a book on philosophy under the guise of science fiction. It is based on very little science and a lot on New Age folk lore. There is more scientific evidence for Intelligent Design than the "science" that backs this story.

All of that aside, this is a fun read.

It seems there is a military group, funded by some very rich self-interest groups, who have worked very hard in ridiculing those who have extra-terrestrial sightings. They also know more about aliens than those who have had first encounters. And the last thing they want is for people like Kelly Saunders to know their origins.

Kelly Saunders is a reincarnated star person from the Sirian system, although she doesn't know it. It takes a number of encounters from an alien named Reese to convince her of that fact. Once she accepts who she is, then she also must remember her purpose.

Because if she doesn't fulfill her purpose, all of mankind will perish.
So begins the adventure of Kelly, and a number of others "remembering" who they really are, and their part of the purpose of saving the people on this planet.

The story begins on the edge of a hurricane. It continues from that storm to the next, and the next, as each storm deposits yet another Sirian trying to correct a problem they initiated a very long time ago.

The author is skilled at her craft. She brings each person to life through dialogue, both internal dialogue the spoken words. The bad guys are not evil perverts, but amoral men on a mission to silence the "Reeses" who have come to awaken the star people.

It takes both the characters and this reader a huge leap of faith to accept that the main characters are reincarnations of star people, but it is one of the governing factors of this story.
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