- File Size: 3450 KB
- Print Length: 308 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Café House Publishing; 2 edition (April 7, 2012)
- Publication Date: April 7, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007SCUBG6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #950,568 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Fatal Alien Attraction: Can love exist in an untamed Earth? (Rebirth of the Prophesy Book 2) Kindle Edition
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It isn't often I give a five stars but this one I feel I must. There's excellent world building, excellent character building, a decent amount of background that’s mixed in, and it's all set in a great tale. The sci-fi elements were just about perfect also for me and none of them were overwhelming.
The Citizen's come to this world, take it over, and the human race becomes their slaves. Over time, as you would expect, a resistance forms. Eventually it leads to a war for the future of the planet. I really don't want to give away any more than that but that's part that grabbed me and held me.
The story focuses on Lend, a rebellious human who is purchased by a powerful Citizen, as the aliens are called. His actions intrigue his owner, Lila, who slowly begins to see Lend as something more than a mere possession. However, her sympathy puts both of their lives in danger, for her master race shuns Citizens who care for humans.
House vividly portrays the characters and actions with the skill of seasoned writer. Her strong imagination and sharp prose make this a page-turner that would translate well to the big screen. I hope we see more books soon from this talented author.
Steven Donahue was a copywriter for TV Guide magazine for 14 years. His first novel, Amanda Rio, was published in 2004. Steven currently resides in Bucks County, PA with his wife, Dawn. He released three novels in 2013: The Manila Strangler (Rainstorm Press), Amy the Astronaut and the Flight for Freedom (Hydra Publications), and Comet and Cupid’s Christmas Adventure (Createspace). His short story Grit was also included in the anthology Hero’s Best Friend by Seventh Star Press in 2014.
The story took twists and turns and I was soon enthralled in the lives of the humans and the citizens.
The political turmoil, the fact that love triumphs, the power held by the dreaded halfies' all of it tugged me in and kept me reading.
Once the basic of the story line became apparent, I figured aah, I know where this is headed. A pure romance! Again I was wrong, the story flows nicely, it keeps logical in a genre known for its infuriating jumps in logic and the characters came to life.
A very good read. One I would recommend to all who love the genre and a ending of hope and salvation.
For the most part, I enjoyed this book. I wasn't bogged down by too much information, and the alien elements were light enough not to be distracting. I like watching Lila and Morthane develop as characters, although Lend was somewhat confusing as a character from time to time. His personality changes so abruptly, I didn't feel like he 'grew' the way Lila did. I wanted to know more about him early on, and felt there was more we could have delved into with Lend, especially since there is so much emphasis on him in the beginning. That might have been linked to the formatting though.
In this book, we get to see different viewpoints, which is nice in the beginning. At the end I felt like it was excessive, however, and the short, clipped fragments of story made the novel feel a little incomplete. I would have liked to stay in one story line a bit longer, rather than switching back and forth so often. While the plot was nice, I did feel that was a formatting flaw that distracted me as a reader. Changing characters every few paragraphs then time jumping almost every other page can be a little straining.
Overall, I think it was a good read, and I would be interesting in reading more of Natasha House's work.
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The idea is interesting; earth has been overrun by this winged, blue alien race who enslave the humans.Read more
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