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As it turns out, we may be nothing more than specks of galactic dust in a manufactured environment within a vast universe. By our own human measure, we are highly evolved creatures. However, by comparison to at least one other life form from a distant star system, we are but simple-celled amoebic ...
As it turns out, we may be nothing more than specks of galactic dust in a manufactured environment within a vast universe. By our own human measure, we are highly evolved creatures. However, by comparison to at least one other life form from a distant star system, we are but simple-celled amoebic representations in the early stages of an experiment that no longer meets the criteria for continuance.
The test manifested a race of creatures so enormously hateful, self-absorbed, and egotistical that they threaten their very own existence. While a small particle of hope exists for mankind, The Keeper's mandate is clear. Time and history will pass for these specimens at midnight, on the 31st day of the tenth Earth month, in the time of the evaluation.
Within the container, The Keepers automatically awaken from their quiescent suspension. If it weren't for an unexpected event during the planet's Pleistocene glacial epoch, they would have found their task a simple one. Now, The Keepers must resort to a massive earthly effort to repair their vessel and terminate the experiment before their own time expires.
Posted January 19, 2001
I literally couldn't put this book down. I made the mistake of taking it to bed one night and wound up finishing it at 3:30 A.M. Everytime I thought I'd stop at the end of the chapter that I was reading, this guy (the author) would leave me hanging with enough curiosity that I had to start the next chapter. This is a fast paced power read. This is a MUST for Sci-Fi fans or any ACTION/ADVENTURE enthusiast for that matter. I hope this guy writes some more!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 2, 2001