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  • Earths in Space: Where Are the Little Green Men? (Volume 1)
  • Daniel Sherrier
  • English
  • 06 July 2019

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  1. Roarin& Roarin& says:

    Earths In Space vol 1 Where Are the Little Green Men ReviewRating 4 out of 5http www. Earths Space voNovella Episode 1 Liberty or Death Wanting to explore an alien planet and discover an alien species, protagonist Amena is faced with a dilemma The people she meets are human In this story, written by Daniel Sherrier, we quickly find out they have landed on another Earth, not a planet with little green men I found this a particularly interesting take on space travel and exp Earths In Space vol 1 Where Are the Little Green Men ReviewRating 4 out of 5http www. Earths Space voNovella Episode 1 Liberty or Death Wanting to explore an alien planet and discover an alien species, protagonist Amena is faced with a dilemma The people she meets are human In this story, written by Daniel Sherrier, we quickly find out they have landed on another Earth, not a planet with little green men I found this a particularly interesting take on space travel and exploration a clever idea of what other planets may be populated with We first come across a civilization that is painted as a semi Utopian society These humans are interesting, they are ruled by gods, but they are described as fearful of them Sherrier describes Amena as a strong, independent character with a moral obligation to help others in need Knowing that she could not leave her own species to be ruled by false gods, Amena urges her crew to overthrow the gods At this point we are faced with a conflicting thought the characters are out in space to just visit other planets they encounter, not interfere As a reader, you also feel this conflict because you want what is best for these humans, but you also know that the crew set out to mainly be conscientious observers As far as the reader and the crew knows Earth s populace is content with thinking their rulers are being truthful, and they are being taken care of Sherrier does a great job at approaching this situation from both angles should they interfere or leave well enough alone With this dilemma each character is better rounded, and we get to dive deeper into their perspectives Character development was crucial in this book We meet each character in sequence and get to know what their duties are without pulling teeth or flipping back a few pages to be reminded of who does what However, there were a few parts in this first book that could have benefited fromstory development such as the fight between Jem and Whit a crewmember and the mission s benefactor We never find out why the conflict occurred, or what was going on between them Heck, we never see the actual argument occur The read is left with a few questions Are they a couple Are they really good friends Is he her father said in my best Darth Vader voice This is just something I wish would have been explained a bitIt could have added another aspect to the story if we would have found out That being said, it could be used as an angle for Sherrier to expand upon in a coming book, if he decides to make this into a series Throughout the first novella episode I felt there was no sexual tension whatsoever and come on, we all enjoy a little sexual tension, right The second book episode there is a surprising relationship budding between two characters you may not expect I say surprising because the first novella doesn t show anything between them I wantedof their development in the first novella, but I was glad to see something happen in the second regarding relationships Novella Episode 2 The End of an Earth In the second novella, we are introduced to a new villain Onella I loved this part of the novella Sad to say, she was one of the main things I liked about this episode Onella s presence could potentially be seen in books to come.The drawbacks in this episode werethan I anticipated coming from the first novella I would have liked to learnabout what made Onella tick, and why she became so cold hearted One of the main issues in the second episode is the destruction of a newfound Earth The problem for the reader is the overarching question why was this Earth imploding We are never given a full answer to this question However, I did like the notion of this Earth s destruction It is an interesting idea that this could potentially be our Earth one day With all the self destruction and movement of this book I felt like it was too action packed You may be asking how can anything be too action packed However, many of the sci fi elements were lost on me throughout this episode because we are just thrust into the action with very little build up, and once we are there it doesn t stop until the end Sure, we see new gadgets from the new character Onella, but this episode doesn t focus on their special traits as much as the first This distracted me from the plot First we are looking at pyramids, then we are in a jungle, and finally we end up on a beach I had to go back a few times and say to myself how d we get here again On the other hand, the scenery and creatures we come across reminded me of Jules Verne s The Mysterious Island These creatures seemed to bewhat Amena wanted to see in terms of aliens they were monsters unlike anything she had seen before not just another human alien but an actual life form she had never encountered Overall, I wanted a little less action and a lotdescription in this second novella That being said, I had to base my rating on the overall work both novellas episodes I gave this work 4 out of 5 because it made me want to keep reading, and it left me hoping that Sherrier will continue to writesequels episodes with these same characters It also gave me a new appreciation for the sci fi genre So, if you re looking for a FAST read which will get your imagination running wild, pick this book up and read on


  2. Cianna Sunshine & Mountains Book Reviews Cianna Sunshine & Mountains Book Reviews says:

    Review has been done in conjunction with Nerd Girl Official Forinformation regarding our reviews please visit our Fansite www.facebook.com NerdGirl.ng Grade AEarths in Space Volume 1 is two novellas Set it the future, on a ship that visiting planets they believe to be as similar to Earth as possible, and finding out if there s any intelligent life on them and if they would pose a threat to our Earth.In the first story, Liberty of Death, the crew investigates their first planet T Review has been done in conjunction with Nerd Girl Official Forinformation regarding our reviews please visit our Fansite www.facebook.com NerdGirl.ng Grade AEarths in Space Volume 1 is two novellas Set it the future, on a ship that visiting planets they believe to be as similar to Earth as possible, and finding out if there s any intelligent life on them and if they would pose a threat to our Earth.In the first story, Liberty of Death, the crew investigates their first planet The air is just like Earth s air, and the grass is just like Earth grass, but what Amena, the main character, didn t expect was to find humans, just like on earth What they didn t expect was the 4 gods that controlled the population.Amena and her crew have to decide if it s worth it to get involved in the lives of these other humans, or leave them to their own path What follows is a great little Sci Fi Adventure, and some true American values Saving Earths on at a time I loved this story, I thought the character reactions were so truthful, and this ideas so interesting I really like posing the question of whether to get involved in the other Earth s business or not, and how people react to that In the second story, The End of An EarthThere s another mystery and the team has to ban together to decide what to do The sci fi elements, along with the technology and the descriptions of the earths, are outstanding It s so interesting so see where we believe societies would be, depending on the time they are alive and external forces.This second story is a little dark, has a littleof a twist, but never the less interesting Overall, these stories are cleverly written, well thought out and interesting The author definitely knows his science, because the ideas behind the science of this novel seem sound enough that unless you know a lot about space travel and teleportation, you wouldn t question it I loved these stories, and can t wait to see what s next for the Patrick Henry in future volumes I have given a Review copy in exchange for an honest review Review has been done in conjunction with Nerd Girl Official Forinformation regarding our reviews please visit our Fansite www.facebook.com NerdGirl.ng


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Earths in Space: Where Are the Little Green Men? (Volume 1)[KINDLE] ✿ Earths in Space: Where Are the Little Green Men? (Volume 1) ❃ Daniel Sherrier – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Amena wants to find something amazing And then something else amazing And something else Okay, she wants to find everything that s amazing, and she s sure to find lots of exotic wonderfulness travelin Amena wants to find something Space: Where eBook ´ amazing And then something else amazing And something else Okay, she wants to find everything that s amazing, and she s sure to find lots of exotic wonderfulness traveling through outer space right Well, it turns out there are no aliens No talking squids No sentient kittens No little green men But there are people countless people comprising a multitude of unique civilizations on myriad Earths scattered throughout the universe Earths in Space volWhere Are the Little Green Men contains the first two novellas in this exciting science fiction series Earths in PDF/EPUB ² Amena and her team of explorers learn that life out there is much like life here and just as unusual In the first episode, Liberty or Death, the team faces a group of hi tech tyrants who pose as gods Then, in The End of an Earth, they travel to an ancient world that has less time than they think So maybe there aren t any little green men, but people can cause plenty of trouble on their own Earths in Space They re already out there You just haven t discovered them yet.


About the Author: Daniel Sherrier

Daniel Sherrier is a writer Space: Where eBook ´ based in central Virginia He is the author of the novel The Flying Woman A College of William Mary graduate, he has worked for community newspapers, written a few plays that have been performed, and earned his black belt in Thai kickboxing And there was that one time he jumped out of an airplane, which was memorable.