What's corrected? Burning the whole Earth to a crispy tater tot while the crew of the Kalelah then self corrects into a meteor. They're taking the whole God cult thing real serious, and they failed at their job miserably. So that's the book's premise, there's a little bit of love story, some character building, and some really awful military stereotyping, I'm thinking the author has little to no experience with the military except what they've seen in really awful B Hollywood movies but we didn't all just run around ripping our sunglasses off screaming expletives at each other. Other than that, it was a good book, I'm glad they released all 3 at once, this would have been way too short one book at a time, entertaining for a couple days worth of reading!
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Oct 06, Lisa rated it really liked it. This book really caught my attention. But after a few chapters, I was sort of lost. No pun intended in regards to title lol. And I like religious things thrown in. It was like it was a burden for some of the aliens to worship. Almost forced upon them to do so so many times a day. I guess the alien side of the story seemed sterile. But the whole unknown for both sides was so intriguing. The human side was so exciting and scary as crap. Imagine finding something seven miles below the ocean. What if something horrible is unleashed?
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Maybe it would be best to leave it be? I loved how the author told this. It was interesting that the aliens were also apprehensive on discovering us. They were a little scared. This would make a great Halloween read! Oct 09, Alicia Herrington rated it really liked it.
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Librarian: This book feels very much like one that would be on the shelves of many library science fiction collections. It has the right ingredients, plucky heroine, something hidden in the deep, aliens who may not be aliens at all , and even the religious themes and tones that populate so much of science fiction. So yeah, the feel is right. And if you have the budget to include less well-known authors in your collection, then this is one to consider.
Unfortunately, most of us do not.
And the t Librarian: This book feels very much like one that would be on the shelves of many library science fiction collections. And the truth is in order to get the numbers on a less well-known author, it needs to be truly spectacular. This isn't. But it is fun, so as I said, if you have the budget, it's worth the look.
Reader: I have read many, many science fiction novels over the years.
For the record I have 12 bookshelves at the moment. And I probably need more, but I only have so much room. This book is a fun example of that genre. It's nothing groundbreaking, nothing I haven't read before, but sometimes that's exactly what you want in sci-fi. Sometimes all you want is the expected.
This delivers nicely. In this collection of three novels, we get a "first contact" story from both perspectives of the people of Earth and the aliens who have landed here. This book was reminiscent of an alien blockbuster movie, starting with the confusion of discovery, the fear, the panic, and then exploring the ways the two groups react to the situation. What should be done with the creatures on the surface? What are humans to do with the aliens at the bottom of the ocean?
I enjoyed hearing the story from both side In this collection of three novels, we get a "first contact" story from both perspectives of the people of Earth and the aliens who have landed here. I enjoyed hearing the story from both sides instead of just the people of Earth. It created more intrigue and did not paint either group as a villain as many first encounter stories do.
The plot is fast paced, and the characters find themselves in an array of political controversy, romantic affairs, and existential questions creating a dynamic and well thought out story. I'm glad I received all three books in one package as I think the story is better read as one big book instead of three separate ones. I don't think it needed to be split up so much, so buying the collected work is probably the best decision for this story. Fans of alien invasion thrillers will definitely enjoy this one. Nov 12, Angela Walker rated it it was ok.
Whether positive or negative, my review is my own and may differ from others opinions. What if God sent his people on a mission to spread his word and populate the Galaxy? What if Earth was a failed or sabotaged mission and we were left without his guidance for , ye I received an eBook of The Kalelah trilogy from BookishFirst for review purposes.
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What if Earth was a failed or sabotaged mission and we were left without his guidance for , years and that now needs corrected? Since each book is approximately pages long and released on the same day, I feel like the trilogy should have just been one book and not separated. Even so it doesn't have a satisfying ending to me. The story is set in a not too far off future in the middle of the ocean near Hawaii and miles under the sea on a ship called Kalelah. Told from both the aliens and humanity summarizing how they got to the point being on Earth and first contact.
I don't feel like the story was completely resolved. Jul 01, madysin rated it it was amazing.
An intriguing story The idea of an alien ship under the sea isn't completely new but Everything that followed was fresh, intricate and new. It was all believable and real, while being completely fantastic and impossible or is it? I got very involved with several main characters, each one very well fleshed out, original and enjoyable. They did things wrong, but nothing in life is perfect and the author got their flaws amazingly. You could see wh An intriguing story The idea of an alien ship under the sea isn't completely new but You could see why all the characters exactly the way they did.
I wasn't sure quite how I wanted the story to go, but it went in some surprising directions, but every twist was logical and in the end, inevitable. It finally ended in exactly the right way, which I hadn't pictured until near the end. I found this a great series and my only unfulfilled wish was that it was longer.
I hope the author has more stories up his sleeve. Brilliant stuff! Sep 21, Robin rated it really liked it. God as freely chosen or by in 3. God as freely chosen or by indoctrination.
And unfortunately I felt pretty much no connection to the myriad characters, both alien and human.