Earthtribe: Extraterrestrial Research Teamby George Durham
Trent Foster is on a quest to find and reveal the truth behind the existence of extraterrestrial life on Earth after his father mysteriously disappears shortly after a visit from three mysterious men in black. An alien artifact left to him by his father is the only clue he has to begin with. Forced to operate through underground means after being repeatedly harassed by mysterious hybrid-alien members of a secret government organization who are after the alien artifact, Trent Foster assembles a team of specialists to help him on his quest.The Extraterrestrial Research Team (E.R.T.) is born and consists of five remarkable individuals, each with their own unique skills and experiences. Steve Towers, an ex-Navy Seal Captain, Jennifer Sheldon, a former U.C.L.A. medical student, Charles Carr, an ex-Air Force Intelligence Officer, Sheila Gutierrez, a computer hacker and Nikki Styles, an ex-F.B.I. Agent. Together, these five individuals, equipped with highly advanced U.F.O. back-engineered technology, their individual skills, courage and the knowledge entrusted to them by Trent Foster, must fight a seemingly endless battle in an on-going struggle that may ultimately see Earth catapulted into the middle of an impending galactic war.
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I thought the last reviewer of this book was perhaps a little rough on the author. While the book does need editing help, the plot is good and the story moves at a good pace. I really liked the main characters and the interaction they had with each other. I also liked the story tie-in to the inner-earth theory with the main villain (a Nazi throwback to Heinrich Himler) and one of the alien races. Overall the story was good and there are many different avenues for the author to explore. I am looking forward to the second installment of this story and I can honestly say that I am a fan of this new work of fiction.
While the plot as described online has promise, the writing makes this book pretty much unreadable. Grammatical errors and awkward sentence construction mean that trying to understand what's going on takes a lot of work on the part of the reader. When I sit down with a work of fiction I want to be able to read without effort, so this book will never appear on my "should read" list.