- File Size: 5770 KB
- Print Length: 173 pages
- Publisher: Alien Vision (December 9, 2018)
- Publication Date: December 9, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07KJBSQG5
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,746,586 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Alpha Tales 2044: Beta-Earth Chronicles Kindle Edition
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This is my first introduction to Alpha Tales 2044.
What a fun ride.
Every ending has an unexpected twist. The characters are compelling. The family is intertwined as the
Story shifts and changes. Once I started reading, it was hard to tear myself away.
You really want to follow the family on this journey. Strongly recommend.
-Pam Weinberg, author of Your Home Is a Learning Place --This text refers to the paperback edition.
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I came as a newcomer to Wes Britton’s writings. While the stories in this short book are too brief to develop the characters as deeply as I expect they will be developed in the novels of the Beta-Earth series, one particular character, Major Mary Carpenter Renbourn stands out as someone I would like to get to know much better. I enjoyed Mary’s exploits against the Texas Neo-Nazis in the Alpha Earth Sketches and look forward to seeing more of her in other volumes.
I recommend Alpha Tales 2044 highly to new readers of the Beta-Earth Chronicles series and expect that veteran fans of the series will also find much to like in the book.
The first of the stories is taken right out of the Beta-Earth Chronicles; it stars one of my favorite characters, Sasperia. She and the Supreme Head of the Munchen Collective (love these titles!) save the world. And they do it with lots of adventure and excitement. And a bit of sadness.
Next is The Fates of Evil Men; this story takes us back to Alpha Earth – our earth – in a sort of dystopian virus plagued era. It is also full of twists and turns, and very unlike any other dystopian sort of story I’ve ever read. An excellent story with a surprising twist in the end, but still, not my favorite of this collection.
The next group of stories fill in some history of what happened to the earth, and some of the latest generation of the Renbourn’s trials and adventures. Followed by Murder in the Canyon, further fleshing out the family in this later day earth. More trials for the family, and decisions made to, again, move on. Leading to Sasquatch. Which, in this version of Earth’s future, really exists. This is my favorite story of the whole collection.
I recommend anyone who likes science fiction, adventure, or even some romance, to try this collection – it is well written and fun to read!
I received an advance copy and am happy to leave my honest review.
characters spring back to life when their unique physical descriptions are revealed and their deeds and goals come into focus. Britton visits a fantasy world which shares the same problems as those on Earth. As they seek to cure a devastating virus, we aim to cure cancer. Years into climate change and confronting evil, Dr. Britton's heroes and heroines seek out ways to deal with the very same problems we have on Earth today. Intelligent, humorous and exciting. Bravo!