Project Earth I: Origin

Rated 3.60/5 based on 5 reviews
An action-packed Science Fiction Novel that will move you and change your outlook on mankind and more! Lee Duran has brought this book from the future to deliver a message that could save us from our own destruction. Written in a language that can be easily understood. No need to have an "advanced English" in order to enjoy it. More
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About Lidier Fernandez

About the Author

Lidier Fernandez was born in Costa Rica in 1969. He was raised in an urban farm community where he rode to school on a horse and worked daily to support his family through farm work, alongside his two brothers, his sister and his father. He graduated from agricultural high-school at 18 and received a scholarship to go to college in the United States for two years.
He graduated with an A.A. in Computer Electronics from St Louis Community College, at Florissant Valley, where he also studied English. This opened doors to a world of new opportunities for him.
In 1998, Lidier returned to the United States to further broaden his knowledge of humanities and philosophy and devoted five years to non-profit volunteer work.
To further his passion in the field of mechanics, he worked for a motocross suspension company in Southern California.
His work and intense personal interest in other cultures and people have enabled and propelled him to travel to more than twelve countries where he has found friendship, knowledge, and had many wonderful experiences.
He lives in Southern California with his wife Tina, and his two daughters, Sarah and Rebecca.
This is the first of a series of books he is writing.

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Review by: Marc Mac Eo on May 11, 2013 :
This book should really be labelled as a children's/teen book, or possibly the author needs a native english proof reader/translator. I was actually surprised to discover the author is infact an adult. After a few chapters I thought I'd stumbled upon the work of a young author, perhaps submitted by a proud teacher or parent. It basically reads likes a child's school essay. I think younger people or non-native speakers might enjoy this book if it was categorized differently. It has some interesting ideas but the author lacks the language and writing skills to hold the attention of an adult native speaker with a half-decent vocabulary.
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Review by: Frank Aaker on Jan. 21, 2013 :
Lee discovers a crashed alien spaceship buried in his lake. He constructs a massive underground garage, digs the spaceship out, hides it in the garage, writes three best sellers to finance his project, and befriends two surviving aliens. Lee soon realizes he is an alien himself with latent mind powers, trapped in a human body. He visits his home world, then, single-handed, defeats a horde of enemy aliens to free his father on Mars. He then overrides Earth's communication satellites to set up 'Project Earth' and saves the human race from self-destruction.
Like many indie books, 'Project Earth 1' desperately needs editing and proofreading. Throughout the book we irritatingly hear how 'cool' everything is, and how wonderful coffee tastes. The characters are flat, the plot is unconvincing, and the moralistic messages are old hat.
To be fair, this book held my interest to the end, but I shan't be reading 'Project Earth 2.'
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Review by: Jill Witmer on Dec. 13, 2012 :
Enlighting book. Words to live by!
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Review by: Emerson Gamboa on Dec. 6, 2012 :
It is a great story. Makes you go trough different emotions and makes you laugh like never before.
Gives you lessons that you will never learn in any school or University.
It reminds you who you are and what are you capable of.
Gives you that special touch of mistery...
I sure recommend this book.
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Review by: Tina Fernandez on Nov. 29, 2012 :
I read the book cover to cover. It was not only interesting, fun and adventurous, but also had unexpected twists and turns that surprised me and were quite skillfully thought out. There is also a great message that I personally find inspirational. Definitely recommend the book!
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