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Distant Cousin: Regeneration Paperback – September 1, 2009
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Top Customer Reviews
But we know from the outset that Ana's peaceful life won't be left alone for long... that an enemy from the past is seeking bitter revenge & that Ana's life might not ever be the same. How can she keep herself, her family & her own life safe? Ana might not be able to rely on her skills alone & she has to face some of the harsh realities of the world - the violence, the tragedies & worst for all parents: the fear of not always being able to protect your children.
This great story not only provides some of Ana's action-packed fighting skills, but the sensitive issues of battling insecurities, past & present horrors & even homesickness, that remind us the Ana is not an all-knowing all-fighting alien, but a human being; trillions of miles from home, here on an impulse to save the world & subject to all the same fears & weaknesses as the rest of us. And even with Matt by her side, can she handle them?
excellent read. I have followed Ana through her 3 previous novels and watched her adapt
to her new environment. I have watched her grow and develop her "human" tendencies. I
found this novel to be especially interesting because of the character development.
Ana has proved herself to be a very extraordinary woman, but in this novel we see that
Ana is not without the feelings and problems of us mortals. This novel brings us closer
to Ana's family and friends and the Mendez family. Toward the end of this novel I found
myself thinking I was reading about my good friends and not some characters in a Fiction
Novel. I'm hoping there is a 5th in the series, I'd like to know that my friends are
OK. This is a fun and exciting series to read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The best series I have read in a long time and I read a book a day!!!!!Published 9 months ago by Coral Lee Gibson
This entire series was a great read for those of us who enjoy this type of thriller. It and its companion books are great reading.Published on February 6, 2013 by Amazon Customer
The more I read about Ana Darcy the more I like her. This book, #4 in the series, lets us get to know the rest of Ana's family better and I truly enjoyed them. Read morePublished on September 7, 2010 by Kindle Customer
Al Past introduced us to Ana Darcy in 2005 with the first Distant Cousin. Ms. Darcy is an E. T. for adults. She came to Earth in a small space pod she launched from the moon. Read morePublished on February 24, 2010 by Floyd M. Orr
"I believe in God as an algorithm. A system of formulas or laws, like in physics, that explain how things have come to be" said Anna Darcy on being asked: "Do you believe in... Read morePublished on February 23, 2010 by Michael H. Donohue
Ana Darcy is no stranger to intrigue, danger, and conflict, and as in previous installments of the Distant Cousin saga, there are none of these elements lacking in Distant Cousin:... Read morePublished on January 18, 2010 by James Wolf