Invasion Day

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
On his tenth birthday, a boy living on the moon asks his grandpa about the blue planet glowing in the forever-night sky, and why they live the way they do. A short story by the author of We, The Watched.
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Words: 2,870
Language: American English
ISBN: 9780992462932
About Adam Bender

Adam Bender is an award-winning journalist and author of speculative fiction that explores modern-day societal fears with a mix of action and romance.

Adam's latest novel is The Wanderer and the New West, a dystopian western about lawlessness in near-future America. He's also the author of two dystopian sci-fi novels about government surveillance: We, The Watched and Divided We Fall. Adam adapted his first novel into a screenplay and has written several short stories.

In his day job as a journalist, Adam has covered politics and technology for Communications Daily and Computerworld Australia. He has won multiple investigative reporting awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and the Specialized Information Publishers Association for his telecom and internet news coverage.

Despite how this all might appear, Adam is generally a rather modest and amiable fellow. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife Mallika, and he'd be happy to have a craft beer with you at the next Phillies game.

Learn more about Adam at WatchAdam.blog and @WatchAdam on Twitter!

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Review by: James Jenkins on Dec. 23, 2016 :
Plausible universe, grows more realistic as it progresses. Not overly unique, but very well written.
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Review by: Angela Lambkin@icloud.com on Dec. 05, 2016 :
I liked this very unusual sci-if short story even better than some of the other ebooks he has written therefore, I would like to recommend this for kids ages 10 and u and for five stars. I received the s ebook for free and in return, here is my honest review. Great work Adam! By Angela
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