The Aurora City

Rated 5.00/5 based on 6 reviews
Alien creatures are set to invade and overrun Earth. The secret to stopping them may be hidden within a mysterious computer that can only be accessed through the use of a strange, sometimes deadly sensesuit. Join Cassiopia Cassell and Scott Markman as they are drawn into a dangerous world filled with mystery, intrigue, and well-kept secrets that could save Earth from a bizarre annihilation.
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Review by: Nick Beingessner on March 12, 2014 :
Sad to say I've Just finished the last book in the series. All were an excellent read.
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Review by: William Akin III on Feb. 19, 2014 :
I have read all the books on here and I must say they were fascinating. The whole mystery behind Aurora city kept me reading because I had to know what was going on. This was probably my favorite by the writer followed by fatal boarding. All the books kept me going in a similar way. As for the Cassell-Markman series, Cassiopia and Scott make such a fun combo of two different characters that mesh well together.
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Review by: Marcus Heimann on Nov. 28, 2013 :
This book is in my opinion so far the best in this series, maybe also because I love the idea of the Aurora city. Mr Mason achieves an interesting mix of suspense and spirituality this time more clear than in his books before, but still subtle to enjoy it to its fullest.
The plot is that the world is imminently threatened by an alien invasion that could bring mankind to the brink of being extinct. Through a computer simulation that was recovered earlier, it is possible to prepare for this attack and save earth as we know it.
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Review by: Vincent Bernhardt on May 29, 2013 :
It's hard to write a good book. It's even harder to write one that is 112K words long and keep the reader happy until the end. That's exactly what E.R. Mason does. The pace of the book is superb; the very few times I felt things slowing down, felt myself losing a little interest, the author spiked the story and I was back in the middle of it. I plan to read the rest of Mr. Mason's book. I suspect I will enjoy them all immensely. Keep an eye open for further reviews...
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Review by: Maria Sokolova on May 23, 2013 :
Thanks for sharing with us your interesting books.I like all of them. I recommend them.
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Review by: Steve Metcalf on May 22, 2013 : (no rating)
I found the mix of science and spirituality in this book gave it a dimension I really enjoyed. Combining these two can be a difficult thing to do, but you have accomplished it with flair. My heartiest congratulations. More please......
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