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They came from deep space They came to destroy us Fifty years ago bloodthirsty aliens devastated the Earth Most of humanity perished We fell into darkness But now we. I found this to be a tiring read from beginning to end I think it s one of those it s just me things though I found the storyline and characters to be incredibly too juvenile for my preference I am a fan of Young Adult dystopiasci fi etc but this one just felt a little too YA for me personally I did manage to finish it and I m glad it was offered as a kindleunlimited but for me it was a draining and unsatisfying read The Abduction The Sa Tskir Brothers Chronicles glad it was offered as a kindleunlimited but for me it was a draining and unsatisfying read

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Earth Alone Earthrise #1

Rise from the ashes Now we fight back Marco Emery was born into the war After his mother is killed he joins the Human Defense Force Earth's ragtag army Emery must s. Reminded me of in a good way Starship Troopers জামশেদ মুস্তফির হাড় good way Starship Troopers

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Urvive basic training become a soldier and finally face the aliens in battle Against the alien onslaught Earth stands alone But we will fight We will rise We will wi. Let me preface this by saying that I normally dislike both sci fi and military stories However I LOVED this one It reminded me a lot of Full Metal Jacket one of the few military films that I like The sci fi twist made it even betterI am a huge fan of character driven stories and that is a big reason why Earth Alone grabbed me The careful building of the characters made me invested in them with every pageOther bonuses include a diverse cast of various genders world cultures religions and races And for a male author to even further diversify the women in personality type culture and conflict was a bigger joy While I did kind of chuckle at the male protagonist having feelings for almost every female character I guess it s understandable with him being an eighteen year old boy And I cannot imagine having to sort those feelings out in this story s environmentThere was one issue with one interraction between the protagonist and one of the females that simultaneously bugged me and made me think so since it made me think and since there s going to be books to possibly address the matter I did not deduct a star because I want to see how it goesI see other reviewers complaining that the majority of the book takes place in boot camp but I actually enjoyed it The story really plunges you into the day to day struggles of the environment and lessons that each character learns Many books fail at immersing the reader instead boring them with all the minutiae but this was not one of them I really felt like I was there and to give the reader that experience is a rare giftSo while this story is mostly a slow burn with a big bang at the end I feel this setup was necessary for the series since I ve already started book 2 and it s so action packed that I m glad I got to know the characters and am emotionally invested in them It makes the stakes so much higherI highly recommend this book to any fan of character driven stories no matter their genre preference Chocolate Candy Always Melts In The Sun Poems AboutLove betrayal anger struggle and understanding grabbed me The careful building of the characters made me invested in them with every pageOther bonuses include a diverse cast of various Love is Blind genders world cultures religions and races And for a male author to even further diversify the women in personality type culture and conflict was a bigger joy While I did kind of chuckle at the male protagonist having feelings for almost every female character I Straight To Sleep Gay Somnophilia guess it s understandable with him being an eighteen year old boy And I cannot imagine having to sort those feelings out in this story s environmentThere was one issue with one interraction between the protagonist and one of the females that simultaneously bugged me and made me think so since it made me think and since there s Sea Witch Rising Sea Witch going to be books to possibly address the matter I did not deduct a star because I want to see how it Catching Fire give the reader that experience is a rare The Wiley Handbook of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, 2 Volume Set (Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks) giftSo while this story is mostly a slow burn with a big bang at the end I feel this setup was necessary for the series since I ve already started book 2 and it s so action packed that I m The Apple Bandit (Nancy Drew: Notebooks, glad I Incubus got to know the characters and am emotionally invested in them It makes the stakes so much higherI highly recommend this book to any fan of character driven stories no matter their The Sharpe Companion The Early Years genre preference


10 thoughts on “Earth Alone Earthrise #1

  1. says:

    I found this to be a tiring read from beginning to end I think it's one of those it's just me things though I found the storyline and characters to be incredibly too juvenile for my preference I am a fan of Young Adult dystopiasci fi etc but this one just felt a little too YA for me personally I did manage to fin

  2. says:

    Earth AloneEarthrise Book 1By Daniel ArensonNarrated by Jeffrey KaferThis book is so awesome The insect like aliens with high intelligence invaded Earth and killed over half of life Now they invade and attack random areas At age 18 people en

  3. says:

    If you are a military veteran I think you’ll be able to associate with this story very very well It’s really about a young man and some other young people who are drafted into the Human Defense Forces HDF Notice I wrote Human Defense Forces not Earth Defense Forces or Army Navy Air Force or Marines These people are man

  4. says:

    Reminded me of in a good way Starship Troopers

  5. says:

    Earth Alone had its moments mostly toward the end but it seems that many of the recent new military sci fi novels I’ve been readin

  6. says:

    25 starsRead this or listen to the podcast at Book Geeks UncompromisedThough the plots may be kinda similar this is not Ender’s Game Yeah there are aliens that came to earth and humans went to war with them and humans are now preparing for a huge showdown told in a story that focuses on the main character training for a

  7. says:

    Let me preface this by saying that I normally dislike both sci fi and military stories However I LOVED this one It reminded me a lot of Full Metal Jacket one of the few military films that I like The sci fi twist made it even betterI

  8. says:

    Military boot camp style book with some sci fi notion but in young adult style Characters are kids with their problems a bit of action happens o

  9. says:

    I want to share some positive thoughts about this novel before I go on I love the level of diversity the author brings to the table We see a drafted Human Defense Force that is doing its damnedest to protect humanity and t

  10. says:

    Thankfully it was a fast read because if it was another hundred pages I don't know if I could have hung in there This is a made for tv version