The Children of Roswell (Final) Ergosphere Reset

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Kellerman tries desperately to hide his extended family, but, the good and bad factions of the U.S.Military close in on them from opposite directions. From a third side come the aliens once again, and finally, a fourth enemy they never expected. Four choices ... who to trust? Perhaps the answer still lies in the bunker back in Nevada, or, perhaps the most unlikely man of all holds the solution. More

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Review by: Dan Balman on Aug. 24, 2011 :
In the final book of this three-part trilogy, our hero is faced with a choice—several in fact—that will decide the fate of mankind. Again, I found this book to be as addictive as the first two. I was not disappointed with the conclusion, which was a great deal more satisfying than I expected, but not perfect. I don’t want to give anything away, so I won’t elaborate, but let’s just say that I am very, very picky (sort of like a very detail oriented, Star Trek convention nerd). Did it ruin the story? Not at all, but makes me want to deduct a star for this as well as the pacing, which I found to be a bit slower than in the first two, but not so slow I skipped around or got frustrated and quit.

If you’ve read my review of the first book, you may have guessed just how picky I am, but you will also have seen just how esteemed I hold this work by Alan James. I may be a bit harsh, but it’s because I find his writing so good. Is it perfect? Is it the absolute best I’ve ever read? No, but it’s damn close and well worth the few dollars charged as this story plays out in the theater of the mind for a show that will entertain you for many, many hours and leave you full and satisfied at its conclusion.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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