- File Size: 2211 KB
- Print Length: 438 pages
- Publisher: Beth Worsdell Publishing (October 13, 2018)
- Publication Date: October 13, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07JDQ4Q8V
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #760,005 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Then they also 'claim' to be completely clueless in being ignorant to the results of 'saving' a known powerful and evil species they 'knew' had a history of destroying peaceful species because that's 'just what they do' while not intervening after they 'save' that evil species from themselves, even knowing that species would destroy other species they 'supposedly' care about and saved.
Then, immediately after admitting they are completely clueless in their nonviolent benevolence, they do a 180 degree flip and agree to help humanity go to all-out war against their greatest mistake.
The contradictions are compounded by the complete unbelievability of the nature of humanity's last survivors, who all seem to be the most peaceful people imaginable instead of the last struggling survivors of a violently apocalyptic world. The peaceful and loving characters of this story's world would have been the first to die, not the last to survive.
Although the entire premise of the story is an implausible fantasy even for a sci-fi fantasy story, I'm going to give it a very low 3 stars for such an amazing attempt at creating a 'feel good' end of this particular dream-world full of emotional pablum.
To say I was disappointed would be an understatement. I cannot recommend this book in its current form.
They possessed technology and abilities far beyond what humans were familiar with and began the long, slow process of healing the people, repopulating the animals & insects, and cleaning the waters, land, and air of the planet to make it once again habitable. It appeared that the planet would survive and eventually might thrive again, especially if those living on it could learn the lessons that many before them had ignored.
But there was another problem. The previous world that the Angels (as the humans called them) had saved contained a very violent species, one far worse than humans had ever been. And this race had decided that instead of remaining on their own planet and trying to improve things, that they were going to travel to Earth and take over that world instead. So now in addition to healing the planet and all its inhabitants, the Angels need to find a way to aid in Earth’s defense while still working to bring the planet back from the brink of extinction... if it can still be done.
I really enjoyed reading this story. While I can’t speak for whether or not an ancient alien race would come and rescue us if the end were here, the problems that led up to what happens were entirely plausible and very real. I could very easily see what happened to the Earth in this tale happening here as well. It may not be too late for us to fix a lot of the problems that nearly destroyed the planet in this story, but it will take a lot of effort from humanity to even begin to reduce the damage already done.
One thing to be aware of is that this is the Adult version of the book. There are a number of scenes that take place that involve sexual encounters that are inappropriate for younger readers.
This was also the first book in a new series. It was well written and very entertaining. I am glad that I had the chance to read it and will be watching for book 2 in the series when it becomes available.
I also enjoyed the fact that at the end of the story, the author includes a number of ways in which we can help to heal our own planet and improve things for humanity now, rather than simply waiting and hoping that someday a kind race of aliens will arrive to save us from our own mistakes.
One thing I did appreciate about this story, was that given the subject, it would have been very easy for the author to have written in a story scolding our race for its foolish past, but that was not the point of this tale. It was a story of kindness and redemption. A story of new possibilities and starting over. I appreciated the tone that she chose to use in this story and am looking forward to seeing where she will take her story from here.
Every insect and the animal must be repopulated to reform our ecosystem, but how can that happen when so many animals and insects are extinct? To the humans this is an impossible task. To the angels this is just part of what they do. What price will the humans have to pay in order to save their planet? Who are the Angels really? The adult version of this book shows more interpersonal relationship between characters. I will everyone get along to complete this arduous task? It seems impossible!
This book was an incredible read! The mind of the author insulting our planet's problem went to place I could never imagine which kept me turning Page after page. I can't wait for the second book to come out!
I received an advanced review copy of this book at no cost to me to provide a review.
Top international reviews
Bring on part 2 of 3
If parts 2 and 3 of this trilogy are anything like part 1, it will keep me happy for a good few hours of reading
It's a real eye opener to what we're doing to our planet.
It offers hope in a time of darkness, death and destruction.
You won't be disappointed at all!
I think Beth is a up and coming new writer that is well worth keeping an eye on.