The Alien Mind

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Young Rivinaig shares her adventures and trials that began on that fateful day when a group of aliens called the Aruk abducted her and several other children. Another group of aliens called the Aunantet rescue the children and raise them as their own. Their new families teach them how to harness the full capacitie More

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About Virginia Jennings

Virginia Jennings lives in South Carolina with her husband, three kids, and two cats. She graduated from High School at 16 and was published by the time she was 18. She is the author of two science fiction books and has plans in the works for two fantasy books as well. Her ideal evening is spent watching Star Trek or Eureka with her family over dinner. She enjoys playing putt putt and watching the latest sci-fi or action adventure movie. She does most of her best writing in the car as her characters prefer to talk to her while she is driving. Finding time to write down what they tell her- now that is where the real challenge is! When she is not hanging out with her family or writing she also runs the 'Where Writers And Authors Meet' writers group online.


The Alien Mind Book Trailer
Book Trailer for: 'The Alien Mind' A Juvenile Science Fiction Novel ISBN: 978-1480111561 Published: October 2012 Available as e-book version and paperback version. 'Rivi's Destiny' a poem written about 'The Alien Mind' The original poem can be found here: Music: New Age J Promise by: Frank Nora public domain


Review by: Edward Frank on Nov. 29, 2012 :
A young girl named Rivinaig, Rivi for short, and 150 other young children were kidnapped by a rebel faction of an alien race called the Aruk. The Aunantet, another group of aliens rescue them, raise them as their own, and teach them to use the hidden powers of their minds. The major events in the story follows the then 14 year old Rivi's adventures after she is returns to Earth. The story is well written and appropriate for the 4-8 grade age group. It is a uplifting adventure that focuses upon the principle that you have not really lost until you give up. The two main characters, Rivi and Daniel, struggle against the odds to save the galaxy from the plans of the evil Aruk with persistence and determination. I highly recommend the book and plan to read the sequels as they are published.
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