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Review by: Naoko J on Feb. 22, 2012 : star star star star star
Lawn-mowerman in an alien spaceship to the Andromeda galaxy!

I loved, LOVED, this first book. This book is a "must read" for science fiction and fiction fans. I actually purchased the paperback version and read it AGAIN! I'm hooked.

When i first heard of BIALIEN, i thought it was a half written, half thought out science fiction novel written by a newbie author. It was the complete opposite. I read 6 professional book reviews (Kirkus, Clarion, Feathered quill) and i was determined to see for myself. The novel was worth my time, it totally exceeded my expectations.

The main character experiencing an out-of-body experience inside of the UFO he was hiding inside of and the fact that he was able to control the UFO with his mind, was very interesting.

Another original concept not many authors thought about, was, what if a UFO was traveling faster than sound and an army of Jetfighters were also moving faster than sound? The sonic boom effects on the ground will cause chaos to the people on the ground. these type of concepts make me think, this is just one of many ideas this author came up with in his detailed book 1.

The editing was pretty good, and the present tense story telling grew on me and definetly worked in the chapters. If you are unsure about this book, download this free version, but i'm sure when you finish it, you'll purchase the other 2 of 10 books.

For the hardcore sci-fi readers, google "bialien wikipedia" for the real concepts of this book.

Enjoy!
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Review by: Joe Byrne on Dec. 30, 2011 : star star star star star
i'm here to respond to Eric Steven's inaccurate horrible review below this one. i'm a avid reader to the bialien series and i've read all the books several times, because i really liked them alot. I also read other science fiction books. i'm very upset with the inaccurate criticism of this book.

First lets start off with this first comment from Eric Stevens:
"writer obviously doesn't believe in proof reading as the book is riddled with spelling errors...."

Those words were spelling WRONG on purpose. In fiction books and movies you can't have real life characters/ companies without their permission. it also depends how their company/name/business is being used in the book. Author or a production company can be sued for using real life things. The author of this book used names close to the original, like most authors with common sense do.

Masa = Nasa. BNN = CNN. Bugattee = Bugatti.

To make this simpler for you to understand, on the tv show "the simpsons" for example, They use Mapple instead of Apple. Or mypad instead of Ipad. To say bialien is poorly edited, that means other tv shows, books and movies are poorly edited because they either can't spell.

It's really sad you couldn't figure that out on your own. Seriously dude? Who doesn't know the spelling of Nasa?

Eric Stevens your next statement:

"The portions of the book that deal with the military are laughable for the writers poor understanding of military rank and weapons. Helpful hint: fighter jets do not have cannons they have missiles and machine guns. If they did have cannons the projectiles fired from them would not be cannons (at one point when the main character was attacked and felt the cannon impact his ship). "

Military ranking isn't the same with Top secret UFO military police. That's like comparing classified top secret "men in black" (movie) to the real life army. Where's your complaint with the ranking? I'm familiar with the military and ranking. Where's your examples?

Are you serious? Cannon fire? I've read this part in the book several times, It's a AC-130 GUNSHIP!!! shooting at the UFO. NOT A JETFIGHTER! Can you comprehend? google "AC-130 Gunship" and you will see this is used in Iraq and many other wars by the airforce. it's one of their best weapons.

In fact it was used in transformers 1 movie, shooting cannons at the scorpion robot in the desert with the soldiers. do you know anything about the military?

The AC-130 gunship has several cannons and machine guns throughout the body. This is NOT a Jetfighter. Here is the scene from this book (p.65):

"“Use the 25mm and 40mm L60 Bofors cannon shells,” Cole says. The AC-130U gunship continues firing at the UFO while turning away from it. It slowly turns to the left to circle around, but continues firing at Jaden inside the small cloud. The cannons make the outside shield glow brightly"

Where do you see a Jetfighter on any of these pages? What book are you reading?

Your next complaint:

"The writer uses a run-on style writing for the "telepathic" sections of the book using a single ' as the cue for the reader to let them know the conversation is telepathic in nature. Not only is this annoying it's unnecessary. To make it more aggravating to read, telepathic conversations between two characters are often just one lumped paragraph with the reader being responsible for trying to figure out which character is saying what."

Telepathic and single quotes was explained on page 15. I guess you aren't the type of guy who reads instructions before using/reading something.

This is the author's style! His style is to use ' ' and it's explained on page 15. If you didn't like his style then why read the book?
It was used to speed up the communications between the aliens and Jaden in the novel. "he says" "she says" is at the end of each telepathic paragraph. There are no rules stating in any rule book about how telepathic is suppose to be told in a story. do you have a better suggestion?

The telepathic continues in book 2 and 3 when Jaden is talking to AI in his brain and other aliens. It does work in the story and lets the reader knows when something is said using voice or telepathic.

And for your information, in book 2 and 3, Jaden is having a telepathic and voice conversation at the same time, how is the reader suppose to know what is going on, if single quotes aren't used? you won't be able to tell if it wasn't setup this way.


Your next comment:

"Another thing that gets annoying is the constant use of initials for everything…the Dark Energy Knight is the D.E.K. Why would telepathic aliens have any need to use initials? They wouldn't."

The reader already knows what Dark Energy Knight stands for D.E.K. why should the author continue to spell out the entire word over and over again? That would be annoying for me and readers. The story is being told for humans, not from the imaginary alien prospective. Abbreviations was a good idea. I guess you can't remember what DEK stands for after a few pages (The definition page is on the last page).

your next comment:

"All the technology in the story is overly complicated and poorly explained, an example of this is the nano eyes, nano scanners, nano molecules, and nano bots…all of which do basically the same thing in varying degrees. One nano "insert name here" could have made the reading much easier."

How is this overly complicated and poorly explained? First of all, "Nano molecules" isn't even in the book (what are you talking about)?
Nanoeyes, Nanoscanners, Nanobots were further explained throughout book 1, 2 and 3. I understood them in the first book along with alot of other people. Maybe if you FULLY read the book you'll understand its explained more in chapters 9 and 10.

Did George lucus explain what "the force" meant and what it does throughout only 3/4 of the first movie/book of Star Wars? No it was explained little by little throughout all the movies/books.

Dude there is a glossary at the back of the book explaining all the definition. wtf? How is this so confusing to you?

Your next complaint:

"The writer relies too much on comparing things in the story to either Star Trek or Star Wars instead of using his own imagination to describe things in the story. "

Are you serious? There are only 1 or 2 starwars/star trek references used by JADEN( main character) making fun of certain situations he was in. There were NO details descriptions on anything on Star Trek or Star Wars in the book. None of those movies/books take place in the Andromeda galaxy.
Comparing things and using imagination are two different things.

The amount of details the author used explaining different scenes (moon europa, planet 455, planet xenos virtual world) was mind boggling, i'm just really shocked you said that.

If you think he used Star Trek and Star wars to explain everything in his book, then copy and paste what you are talking about or leave page numbers.

"I hope the writer takes the criticism as constructive and takes no offense, but as is the book is just not a good read. It had promise but failed to deliver a compelling and interesting story."

You failed to comprehend what you read and failed to read instructions. And gave a very irresponsible review of a good novel. If i was a professor in college and you just did a book report in my class on this book, you would get an F.

Two words for you "Read" and "comprehend".
You made too many mistakes in your review of this book.

Why is it that none of the 8 professional book reviewers (including Kirkus and Clarion reviews) didn't have any issues with all of your complaints?

Attention readers, reading this; if your IQ is less than 70, think in one dimension, don't have an open mind and have a hard time comprehending books, please do not read this novel,,,

i can't stand people leaving bad feedback, because they don't understand anything and make mistakes on what they read.

It's a well thought out novel, with good details and plots structure. Some people should stick to comic books or watch movies.

Eric Stevens i'm posting this and your reply on my facebook wall, if you want to respond to my response to your review, my facebook search name is "gamestopman", I and dozens other bialien readers would like your reply feedback.
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Review by: Eric Stevens on Dec. 29, 2011 : star star
I'm about 3/4 of the way through this book. I was hoping for so much more.

The main character is poorly fleshed out and very difficult to like. The writer can't seem to figure out which way to go with the character one minute he's a dumb kid, and the next he's "advanced and enlightened for a human".

The writer obviously doesn't believe in proof reading as the book is riddled with spelling and grammatical errors. Throughout the book the NASA is misspelled as MASA, and that's just for starters. Too is often used where to would be correct and vice versa. The portions of the book that deal with the military are laughable for the writers poor understanding of military rank and weapons. Helpful hint: fighter jets do not have cannons they have missiles and machine guns. If they did have cannons the projectiles fired from them would not be cannons (at one point when the main character was attacked and felt the cannon impact his ship).

The writer uses a run-on style writing for the "telepathic" sections of the book using a single ' as the cue for the reader to let them know the conversation is telepathic in nature. Not only is this annoying it's unnecessary. To make it more aggravating to read, telepathic conversations between two characters are often just one lumped paragraph with the reader being responsible for trying to figure out which character is saying what. Another thing that gets annoying is the constant use of initials for everything…the Dark Energy Knight is the D.E.K. Why would telepathic aliens have any need to use initials? They wouldn't.

All the technology in the story is overly complicated and poorly explained, an example of this is the nano eyes, nano scanners, nano molecules, and nano bots…all of which do basically the same thing in varying degrees. One nano "insert name here" could have made the reading much easier.

The writer relies too much on comparing things in the story to either Star Trek or Star Wars instead of using his own imagination to describe things in the story.

I hope the writer takes the criticism as constructive and takes no offense, but as is the book is just not a good read. It had promise but failed to deliver a compelling and interesting story.
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Review by: Perry Gelfo on Dec. 18, 2011 : star star star star star
It's been a while since I've read a book in this style and I really enjoyed it. You're not just reading about the main person (Hero), You are seeing and 'feeling' it from their perspective. The main character comes through as human, jacked up and doing the hero thing, but still human in point of view.

Overall the author has a strong imagination and knows how to structure a good plot. The dozens of illustration and animations video on youtube really helped to tell the story. I'm definitively purchasing books 2 and 3, i think it would be worth it.

Perry Gelfo
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Review by: Joe Byrne on Dec. 08, 2011 : star star star star star
DETAILED REVIEW:

Awesome plot, excellent story telling skills and very good character development! Author's

imagination on a 1-10, i'd give it a 9 1/2. sorry to the people reading this, but this

book is worth a detailed review and full feedback,,,

when the hero of the story "Jaden" gets a hold of a cool UFO spaceship at the end of

Chapter 1 the story takes off faster. Jaden is controlling the ship with his mind and goes

against the entire US Air force,,,(this would make a very cool movie btw) the things this

ship is able to do is mind boggling,,, author really did his research on Stealth bombers,

AC-130 gunships, SR-71 blackbirds, missiles and air to air combat,,,(as a person familar

with the military, it was very intriguing).

i liked the UFO and SR-71 race at the end of chapter 2, Jaden got the UFO to cheat and use

a fraction of its warp engines in Earth atmosphere, very cool! From Chicago to North Korea

in .1 seconds
(Super sonic booms all around the planet).

Chapter 3 the UFO is on cruise control warp to Jupiter; and i think the ship recharges with

powerful lightening energy in Jupiter's lower atmosphere, author did a good job describing

layers of Jupiters atmosphere; very educational,,,

then the spaceship breaks through Jupiter's ice moon Europa, where Jaden learns of alien

sea creatures deep in the salty ocean, mind boggling stuff; alien sharks, giant squids the

size of buildings.

"OPTIC-WARP!" Cool concept, (had to read twice to fully understand) the ship travels

through stars, in subspace, in molecule pieces until it reaches the Galactic center bulge,

then under the super massive black hole into the Andromeda galaxy,,,

I didn't like too much the flashbacks at the end of chapter 3, while Jaden was traveling in

the space ship, maybe should have been at the beginning or first chapter, it kinda slows

down the speed of the story (i couldn't wait to see where the UFO was going to), but i was

able to learn more about this character Jaden's background and history,,,

I loved the character "BELLONA" she is one bad ass Bio-mechanical female alien warrior

(loved her holographic tattoos around her body and metallic boobs in the illustrations);

shes makes a mind boggling entrance into the story where her team has to rescue Jaden from

a rival alien planet.....

this scene is stuck in my head where Bellona is fighting aliens in milliseconds with a cool

double energy sword, while her teammate partner flung rocks high into the atmosphere and

they come back down as meteorites hitting/smashing aliens, while Bellona dodges them around

her, still fighting these Skeleborg aliens...WTF? never read or watched a fight scene like

this. it was like "the flash", "wonder women", and "the Jedi" was in Bellona. WHAT AN

IMAGINATION!

[The illustrations throughout the book helps out and gives the reader an idea of what the

author wanted different scenes to look like to the reader; it definitely helps!]

Bellona's past is very interesting since she used to be an organic alien but now mostly

robotic,,, she has kept her soul and beliefs, even though she is 70,000 years old.,, the

chemistry heats up between Jaden and Bellona; she has a history of falling for organic life

forms which is against her Andromedian people laws.

Bellona's people live in a virtual underwater city that is similar to "The Matrix", they

use artificial bodies when in their city; they learned not to destroy their second planet

the way they did their first, the message there is humans are heading into this path of

destruction,,,(alot of messages in this book on how to evolve our thinking to save Earth.)

anyway, planet xenos is so cool, it has gravity tides twice a day where the double moon

causes the water in the ocean to float up to the clouds and fish adapted to this and have

battles inside the clouds,,, alien sharks, eels, huge white lobsters and other alien

animals have "gravity tide wars". Jaden and Bellona are floating around the planet using

Nano-eyes, while their bodies are in the city,,,

- About the plot, Jaden was a part of an experiment to see if his body could make it to the Andromeda galaxy in one piece, since the Andromedian people have an issue with their bodies making it in one piece into the Milky-way galaxy...

- Jaden coming to the Andromedian people's planet caused a chain of events for Earth,,, the evil darclonians dispatched a mothership towards Earth and Jaden returning back there would be too risky. The politics of the Andromedian's elder counsel kept him stuck on their planet; Jaden misses his family and girlfriend back on Earth...

As the story continues it continues to get interesting,,, Jaden playing chess with alien pieces that resembles the game "Battle chess", but much more funnier; and Jaden trains inside of "Gravity games" with Bellona and another alien called Bomani, who thinks primitive human brains can't compete with more advanced alien brains...

then there is a space race where Jaden is flying in "his" UFO spaceship and is on a team, flying through space and using planet's Magnetosphere energy to go faster...visionary stuff.

The end of the book leave off at a big cliff hanger where you have to read book 2, to see what happens next.

The story definitely kept my interest and amazed me on every page.

I haven't read a book like this in a while and i'm not a hard core sci-fi reader or big book reader. this book was written as if you are watching a movie or reading a detailed movie script.....
very easy to follow and well described. Being a comic book reader and video game player, the illustrations throughout the book definitely made me like this book more.

I just read the bialien Wikipedia at the bialien website and it really had me thinking to the amount of work this author put into his series...i ordered books 2 and 3 on paperback, but almost finished book 2 on my kindle ebook. the story gets better and better, i'm going to leave my feed back on book 2 and 3 in another comment blog.

Before i started reading book 1, i read the professional book reviews and i thought the author made the book reviews up himself, since they sounded so good and i never heard of his name, but i referenced each review and then i finished the book to see for myself and i was blown away! It double checks out...lol.

I'm summing up this review; Its just a matter of time before this book series takes off (12 books????) Wow! I'M DEFINITELY HOOKED!

i ordered my paperback copies on Amazon, and looking to get them autographed sometime in the future from this very talented author. R.k. rowling started off somewhere and Vlane carter is definitely heading in her path...this guy made a serious statement in the sci-fi and science world. HE HAS DONE ALOT OF WORK IN SCIENCE RESEARCH.

I'm Joe Byrne and if you enjoyed this book like I did, then add me as a friend on facebook (nerdtradamus (at) gmail com).

if you dislike this book, then be fair and leave a comment to what you didn't like about it here,,,

PEOPLE! you're reading a well thought out novel for free, the least you can do is leave your feedback,,later.
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Review by: Pam Caldwell on Dec. 02, 2011 : star star star star star
As a female romance reader i have to say i really really loved this book. I read all three books and it is a VERY well thought series with a strong plot and lots of science technologies....

The action is well described and makes you feel as if you are right next to Jaden Marino the hero....The things he goes through is really mind boggling. My best scenes were: Jaden traveling to Jupiter's moon Europa, Exploring planet Xenos in Andromeda Galaxy, Chapter: Miracle halo, chapter SUPERLOVER, and the mind boggling ending....

We begin our story with Jaden, a nineteen-year-old boy who is racing through the cornfield in the cold night air, trying desperately to remember the location of what he saw. This young man has always wanted to be an astronaut; he remembers when he stared up through his telescope at night and wondered when he would have the ability to become one with the stars. What he never counted on was the fact that he would see those stars up close and personal someday using a whole other mode of transport than the Space Shuttle.

Close behind Jaden, in that cornfield, are military men with weapons drawn, trying desperately to stop him from finding what they seek for themselves. Their leader is Major Robinson. He's keeping close contact with his UF1-retrac team, which is desperately following the young Jaden to try and locate the UFO08 that they know landed somewhere in this "middle of nowhere" place. They need to find and capture this spacecraft as soon as possible; after all, it could be representing anything from a UFO attack, to a terrorist drill that could take out everyone on Earth. Seems strange, yes, but it's the year 1996 and these things have been happening for ages. When they see, through their scanners, the outline of a strange silver ship blinking on and off, like the aliens are playing a game of "now you see me, now you don't," Major Robinson knows that the young boy has found what they've all been searching for.

A decision must be made by Jaden...a hard decision. Should he leave all of his family, friends, and his girlfriend Amy behind? There's a 50/50 chance that these alien beings are "friends," and seeing that the military firing bullets behind him are 100% enemies, Jaden takes the risk and enters the craft. As he literally walks into another world, Jaden first sees the nanoeyes (clear orbs that float through the air around him). They study his brain and body, downloading the information he has so they can teach themselves English in a split second of time. After a huge battle between the military on the ground - and a fantastic series of scenes that show Jaden flying over every city and town in the U.S. - the spaceship does what it needs to do and leaves Earth's atmosphere.

The author brilliantly takes us into other dimensions, offering us planets with virtual cities, such as the world of the Andromedians - a place where anyone can be whatever they want to be (which would be really nice). There, Jaden meets Bellona, who can be a warrior like Xena with beauty, brains, and brawn one minute - then a mighty lion the next. In addition to her, we are given Marco - yet another character who is trying to save Jaden's life from the evil beings called Darclonians. Why would they save such a creature, considering that in the last 100,000 years they've barely met up with any intelligent lifeforms from Earth? Well...because these beings sense an anomaly in Jaden; the makings of a legendary good force that the world truly needs.

Soon, Jaden is being trained by warriors, having fun in spaceship races, and playing with the nanotechnology at his fingertips, as Bellona tells him of the past, the history of her species, and the "bad" guys that are out there just waiting for their chance to destroy. When Jaden returns to Earth, it's the year 2014 and the first place he gets to see is the mental hospital's psycho ward where he's referred to as Mr. John Doe. From there he will meet up with AI, who becomes a true friend; he will see his old girlfriend Amy, who has a very big surprise; meet an amazing woman named Kim, who will perhaps steal his heart; and, take his first step toward becoming a true hero.

Book 2 is very interesting when he returns to Earth 18 years later and only aged 2-3 months.
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Review by: olddiver on Dec. 02, 2011 : star star star
This book reminds me of a highschool theme paper trying to get to that 1000 word threshold. Good story line,just word abused.
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