XIN: The Veiled Genocides

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We are not alone in the galaxy, but soon we will be.

The greatest civilizations in the Galaxy are disappearing without a trace. The future history of our Galaxy has been irrevocably changed. More
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About Robert Moons

Robert Moons is from the "Twilight Zone" generation. He's the guy observing the human race from the outside looking in. His stories often have twists and surprises, but by the end of the story, all the pieces should come together like a jigsaw puzzle, and hopefully it will leave the reader with a satisfying conclusion. He tries to avoid the usual overworked plots, looking instead for new creative ideas that he thinks are worth exploring. Plots such as an alien father reading a bedtime story to his son (Once Upon a Lightyear), or a metaphysical hitman killing the soul of Hitler (Lex Talionis). He does not restrict himself to any one genre, although most of his work would be in the speculative fiction category.

The science fiction action/adventure novel "XIN: THE VEILED GENOCIDES" is finished. Originally known as "The Chronicles of Z'va'Xin", a 12 part Sci-Fi serial.


XIN: The Veiled Genocides
We are not alone in the Galaxy, but soon we will be.

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Review by: James Jenkins on June 26, 2016 :
Most of the plot development elements have been done before, but it is well executed.
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Review by: Kala Ranger on April 9, 2014 :
Really enjoyed this book. Started reading the first chapter out of curiosity and was completely hooked. Read it cover through cover in about 10 hours until I finished it just after midnight. Highly recommended.
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Review by: catghost on March 27, 2013 :
I did enjoy this book and I am trying to give constructive criticism. So please take this in the spirit that it intended.

First the good points: XIN has an interesting plot, which moves along nicely. I also like the idea of a sentinel AI as the main character.

Now the bad: the fist paragraph is abysmal. In fact its so bad that I almost gave up on the book right there. Fortunately I keep going and things got better. As Frank Aaker mentioned in his review some of the writing is very stilted but it does seem to get better the further into the book one reads. As far as character go,I really liked XIN who seems more human that his human friend Dave; who is very one dimensional.

Lastly, I really didn't like the ending.
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Review by: james montgomery on Feb. 25, 2013 : (no rating)
A good read. Worth your time.
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Review by: Frank Aaker on Jan. 25, 2013 :
I really enjoyed this book.
A war is raging in our galaxy, good against evil, evil is winning. Dave, from the primitive planet Earth finds himself involved for no other reason than an ancient, alien, research probe needs a friend. As the war develops, Earth is chosen as the battlefield, a battle to end all battles.

Robert G. Moons' style of writing is unique, but reminiscent of many classic authors: E. E. Doc Smith, Heinlein, Asimov, etc. However, I noticed a few rough edges in his prose and considered deducting a star. Then the ending disappointed me somewhat and I was sure I could deduct the star. But, as I turned the last page, I knew this book deserves all five stars, the overall reading experience was that good.

Robert G. Moons is a talented artist of the first order.

If you're a fan of genuine Science-Fiction, do yourself a favour and read this book.
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Review by: Sarah Moore on Jan. 13, 2013 :
Amazing story! i LOVE this. i hope this is made into a film some day.
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