The Human Insurgency

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Skye is just an ordinary young woman, but after an alien invasion shocks the world she and a disillusioned Chinese politician may be humanity's best hopes. More

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About J. Kirsch

J. Kirsch writes about strong people who face tough obstacles and work with what they have, sometimes using humor as a deadly weapon. He is also a member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America and a bestselling author. His first novel in print, The Princess Who Defied Kings, became an Amazon ranked top 50 bestseller in new adult fantasy. He does most of his real life adventuring in the Carolinas with a fearless spouse and noticeably cute canine. As a librarian J. promotes fantasy and science fiction to readers of all stripes, usually with positive results, and he is grateful for the new things he learns from readers on a daily basis.

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Review by: J.A. Johnson on April 29, 2014 :
A war of resistance rages around the world. Can Jin hope to lead the Chinese to Earth's first victory against the alien invaders and, if so, at what cost? Meanwhile, a war of another sort takes place high above the global chaos, aboard the invader's mother ship... an internal war waged by a young woman named Skye.
J. Kirsch's "The Human Insurgency" is a taught, engaging story. Writing in a lean crystalline style, Mr. Kirsch delivers a tale of global spectacle and human intimacy.
Should the author ever revisit this world, you can be certain that I will come along for the ride.
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Review by: K.G. McAbee on Feb. 12, 2014 :
Alien invasion! Strong female lead! Excellent, powerful, vivid writing! Scifi just doesn't get any better than this!
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Review by: Jessica Dawkins on Jan. 26, 2014 :
I got hooked in by the two very different perspectives. A little bit like Independence Day combined w/ alien abduction. I liked the battle scenes but also Skye gave the story some good mental depth. I wouldn't mind a prequel to get more into the aliens' origins though.
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