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Hominine Paperback – February 19, 2017
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The cover of this book caught my attention. The Eagle is the symbol of the United States of America: the blood-stained head made me think this would be a typical thriller based on military might. Never assume anything! Political intrigue?—yes!! Typical American military might?—definitely not typical! A danger to humanity?—frighteningly so!
Hominine took me by surprise in many ways. The premise is unique. The plot was masterful, the writing crisp, descriptive and attention grabbing! It is a stunning tale of intrigue and espionage, coupled with political greed and a global power grab, that will make you think about where technology can take mankind! It takes you from the White House to the Somali desert, from Bali to Afghanistan. The characters are realistically human- at times naive, dysfunctional, blundering, and refreshingly sane.
I realize that everyone who reads a book, draws their own impression of it, but I think few could be disappointed. I read many books—some wonderful, some are very flawed. To me, Hominine, is outstanding!
This is Lewis Evans’ debut novel. OMG—this man has an outstanding future as an author. I can hardly wait for the next one.