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To prevent the Kardish (aliens) from capturing Criss, a team from the Union of Nations and Criss' inventor, Dr. Tallete, deceive the aliens by sending an inferior crystal intelligence into space. Angered by the deception, the Kardish fight the team, losing the battle.
Upon returning to earth, the politicians, perhaps guided by the aliens, want to recreate the AI. Can the team prevent this from happening and preserve humanity? To find out, you'll have to read the sequel.
I enjoyed the story with all its subplots. The characters, even Criss, seemed real. The action was well-paced—I couldn't put the book down. I particularly enjoyed how Jack and Sid resolve problems with what is at hand. Kudos for originality to Mr. Cooper!
I really like the way the author developed his story. He provides the necessary background info to make the story come alive and be believable. This is the kind of story that was easy for me to get into and become an invisible tag along. When I can become so involved in a story that I feel I am there then this is a great book.
The action was nonstop and the story was full of plot twist. Even with this, Doug J. Cooper's writing style made the story easy to follow and read. This is the style of book I hate see end and now I can't wait to read the next installment.
I found it very easy to identify with Doug J. Cooper's cast of characters in this story. They were very real and believable. The background info he used to develop them made them come alive.
I really liked Crystal Deception by Doug J. Cooper and I highly recommend this book to all readers.