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One team of Government sanctioned UFO investigators from Project Gauntlet, a modern continuation of Project Blue Book. This time they strike gold when a meteor falls to earth in backcountry Alaska, but curiously, it slows down before it 'strikes'. The team from Gauntlet is dispatched. The team consists of a Doctor of physics from Cambridge, Great Britain, a seasoned UFO investigator, a Captain in the US Army and an Australian SAS Sargeant.
These four tackle the first contact with genuine UFOs and alien beings, one of which is trying to develop weapons of mass destruction designed to take over an entire planet. The other has been tasked to stop the first. She finds help from the Gauntlet team.
Another title for this book could have been, 'Big Bird Attacks'. Buy it, you'll see.
I enjoyed this book, but it's more of a loose science fictiony adventure than anything else. As far as adventure goes, there's plenty to go around. From being attacked by a Smilodon to an 8 foot tall giant bear and more.
Theres blood and guts, desperate situations and mountains blowing up. I enjoyed it immensely.
Although this book is #1 of a series, I read it as a stand-alone. There are future missions for our intrepid protagonists, but I was satisfied with the ending, even if there was a thread left dangling.
Thank you to author Richard Turner for using the Metric System in this science fantasy. Maybe someday the USA will join the rest of the world.
There were so many surprises that it was just difficult to put it down.
So trust me, you won't be disappointed either!
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The fire power a bit much but expected given the circumstances.
Nothing too complicated.Read more