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Starpeople : The Sirian Redemption Paperback – July 1, 2001
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Top Customer Reviews
Kelly, Neal and Frank, the main characters, are well drawn and you become captivated with the outcome of their individual "missions". You find yourself pulling for their success. To me a great read is when you become entranced by the main characters and their circumstances. This book has that.
The Sirian Redemption sends a positive message and also gave me a sense of hope about the new millennium. My only regret is that I am not one of the StarPeople.
All of that aside, this is a fun read.
It seems there is a military group, funded by some very rich self-interest groups, who have worked very hard in ridiculing those who have extra-terrestrial sightings. They also know more about aliens than those who have had first encounters. And the last thing they want is for people like Kelly Saunders to know their origins.
Kelly Saunders is a reincarnated star person from the Sirian system, although she doesn't know it. It takes a number of encounters from an alien named Reese to convince her of that fact. Once she accepts who she is, then she also must remember her purpose.
Because if she doesn't fulfill her purpose, all of mankind will perish.
So begins the adventure of Kelly, and a number of others "remembering" who they really are, and their part of the purpose of saving the people on this planet.
The story begins on the edge of a hurricane. It continues from that storm to the next, and the next, as each storm deposits yet another Sirian trying to correct a problem they initiated a very long time ago.
The author is skilled at her craft. She brings each person to life through dialogue, both internal dialogue the spoken words. The bad guys are not evil perverts, but amoral men on a mission to silence the "Reeses" who have come to awaken the star people.
It takes both the characters and this reader a huge leap of faith to accept that the main characters are reincarnations of star people, but it is one of the governing factors of this story.Read more ›
PLEASE WRITE BOOK TWO!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved this book. I felt like it was well written and very adventurous. The characters seemed real and the plot was so wonderful. What a great read.Published 5 months ago by nightsky
A little too "new agey" for me, but if the sequel were free, like this one was, I'd probably read it.Published on April 20, 2014 by Alice Shehane
I enjoyed the story very much.
There were a lot of interesting ideas in this book. I was disappointed with the ending though.
I got through it. At times it captured my interest but believe this must be a new author. Needs maturity and to develop story and characters in greater depth. Read morePublished on July 5, 2013 by dana smith
Excellent plot, attention retaining. It kept me involved from cover to cover. It has a unique idea for a story.Published on June 11, 2013 by Joy
I struggled with this book, I kept hoping things were going to ramp up, but mostly it read like the author's religious theories with a smattering of plot devices. Read morePublished on June 8, 2013 by Lynda Jean Filipek
The author did an excellent job with this book. Would like to read a sequel from where it left off.Published on February 21, 2013 by Patricia Winters
I enjoyed this book but felt let down at the end. Maybe there's a second book coming to give the reader a better picture of how events continue. Read morePublished on January 24, 2013 by Connie