The Human Insurgency

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Skye is just an ordinary young woman, but after an alien invasion shocks the world she and a disillusioned Chinese politician may be humanity's best hopes. More

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About J. Kirsch

I'm an avid writer, traveler, and dog lover. I grew up in Chicago, IL raised by two librarians with a sincere love for storytelling, and the rest has been one long and mostly memorable adventure. I have published 3 novels, 7 novellas and more than 65 short stories. My stories have been featured on The Book Cave, received praise from award-winning authors, and become bestsellers on Amazon and Smashwords. I currently live in Spartanburg, SC, where I have the privilege of working with amazing people who love books and storytelling as much as I do.

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J.A. Johnson reviewed on on April 29, 2014

A war of resistance rages around the world. Can Jin hope to lead the Chinese to Earth's first victory against the alien invaders and, if so, at what cost? Meanwhile, a war of another sort takes place high above the global chaos, aboard the invader's mother ship... an internal war waged by a young woman named Skye.
J. Kirsch's "The Human Insurgency" is a taught, engaging story. Writing in a lean crystalline style, Mr. Kirsch delivers a tale of global spectacle and human intimacy.
Should the author ever revisit this world, you can be certain that I will come along for the ride.
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K.G. McAbee reviewed on on Feb. 12, 2014

Alien invasion! Strong female lead! Excellent, powerful, vivid writing! Scifi just doesn't get any better than this!
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Jessica Dawkins reviewed on on Jan. 26, 2014

I got hooked in by the two very different perspectives. A little bit like Independence Day combined w/ alien abduction. I liked the battle scenes but also Skye gave the story some good mental depth. I wouldn't mind a prequel to get more into the aliens' origins though.
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