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Return of the Aliens
     

Return of the Aliens

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by Ruth Ann Nordin
 

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In one moment, millions of people disappear. Among them is Autumn's sister and Alex's fiancé, Marianne. At the same time the people vanish, aliens are coming to Earth.

The aliens say they want to advance man to the next level in evolution, but Autumn and Alex aren't convinced. Looking for answers and Marianne, they follow a lead to Area 51. All they find

Overview

In one moment, millions of people disappear. Among them is Autumn's sister and Alex's fiancé, Marianne. At the same time the people vanish, aliens are coming to Earth.

The aliens say they want to advance man to the next level in evolution, but Autumn and Alex aren't convinced. Looking for answers and Marianne, they follow a lead to Area 51. All they find are more questions, and Alex discovers his nightmares have just begun.

Meanwhile, Autumn meets Devon who is one of the conspirators behind the plot to keep humans unaware of what is really going on. When Autumn demands he tell her the truth, he warns her that she better stop looking or she'll end up dead. But can she stop searching when she fears Marianne might need her?

This Christian sci-fi thriller explores the possibility that conspiracy theories and Biblical prophecies are about to collide. Is this the end of the world as we know it?

*There is no sex, but some subject matter is better suited for adults.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011294433
Publisher:
Ruth Ann Nordin
Publication date:
04/30/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,067,642
File size:
432 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

I'm a stay-at-home mom of four school-aged boys and the proud wife of a veteran of the US Air Force. I live in a small Nebraska town where I am fortunate to spend my days creating new worlds with characters I fall in love with. I've written over forty romances and have plans to write many more in the years to come.

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Return of the Aliens 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 49 reviews.
Ryan Noyce More than 1 year ago
These books were great! I couldn't put them down. It's sad that I couldn't get the rest of them for free but hey for $4 it was totally worth it. It is definatly one that you will want to pick up.
RobertYelverton More than 1 year ago
I would class this book as a Christan Sci-Fi. Though not a Christan myself, I still really enjoyed the book. The author tied together so many theories from different aspects that I was very impressed with how smooth she kept it. Kudo's to her! What gets me is this entire book sprung from one lady's desire to finding her beloved sister. Simply Wow and well done! For me it was a thought provoking enjoyable read that kept pulling me along.
darlindarla More than 1 year ago
The sci-fi on the pages of this interesting book comes to life and could be fact and reality in the not-so-distant future. The plot was easy to follow, the characters were very easy to follow!! I recommend the reading of this book to anyone who loves science fiction with a christian twist or who loves science fiction....period!! Many kudos to the author...will read her books again!!
DennySciFi More than 1 year ago
The story is fast-paced and smoothly written. The blend of biblical doctrine and science fiction is interesting on many levels. Ms. Nordin's characters are believable everyday people who find themselves in unique situations. A long read, but it's fun and satisfying!
brjunkie More than 1 year ago
The story is predictable yet entertaining. I liked the 'X-Files' style suspense, mystery, and thrills. Once the ending battle came, it left a lot to be desired. Personally, I would not have given this story a happy ending. I was primed for utter destruction. I give Ruth Ann Nordin applause for her highly originally creative idea of aliens who come to Earth, who are disguised angels and demons with hidden intentions to reclaim Earth from humans. This story while good enough to keep me reading, it does however have me wondering at the same time why am I reading this. Then something spectacular will happen (aliens, Area 51, listening devices, Annunaki the builders of the pyramids, being under constant surveillance/monitored, Nephilim, and the great deception), until you find yourself at the end. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone to read, however if SyFy or a local network made a movie I would tell everyone to watch and to set their DVRs!
Melissa Spurlock More than 1 year ago
Not happy to pay for the last chapters. Love the story but now i am paying for half a book.
Mami4Life More than 1 year ago
Return of the Aliens definitely caught me by surprise. I'm not going to lie, I didn't even read the description of what the book was about so I was definitely surprised by the story but enjoyed it so much. And it is a definite recommend. Now for the story we have Aliens/Demons and Angels with God. This story is literally the battle between Demons and Angels. Everyone knows Demons want to take over the earth and try everything they can to do so. This story follows a fight between the two. You have people vanishing and others not knowing where they went or if they are even still alive. You have Aliens and what people call the Greys. People don't like the Greys but feel the Aliens are safe when in reality they are working with the Greys all along. One earth you have people following the Aliens and people who refuse the Aliens, Super people and the Aliens themselves and all of them are fighting. Now I don't want to give away the details of the story so I won't touch on the main characters but I love how the earth in the end is portrayed as a paradise really. At least that's how I see it. But most importantly it's portrayed as the bible has it with people living on earth with all evil removed. Yes I've just given away the ending but what can I say, I loved the book and everything about it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Expanded horizon about government and religion
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Should be required reading in High Schools. However, with today's leaders, it would more likely be banned. Highly recommend reading this book while you still can!
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Yes it's one of those "end of the world if you don't believe in God, you're doomed" stories...however it is NOT an overly preachy, "if you have doubts, you're going to hell" type of story...I found this book interesting and was drawn into it because it combined the unknown of aliens along with the unknown of ones beliefs...short, quick read. I enjoyed it.
LauralynnElliott More than 1 year ago
I was going to be careful and not do spoilers, but I see others have already spoiled it by telling what the book is really about. I started this book thinking it was just about an alien invasion, but it was so much more! The reader gradually starts realizing what the book is really about. I love the way the author intertwines two different ideas, and it's amazing how they mesh just perfectly. I really enjoyed this book. It was entertaining all the way until the end, but it was also very thought provoking. This is different from other works I've read by this author, but Ruth Ann Nordin can tell a great story even in a genre different from her normal one. Great job!
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Ruth Ann Nordin wrote a suspenseful, science-fiction thriller based on the book of Revelations. It combines prophecy, Christian predictions and a writer's creative interpretation. It keeps you turning pages and is a great read for those unfamiliar with end times, and those versed in the Word. It also shows us how fiction and true world events (such as a European country last month in 2012 considering to no longer accept paper currency as tender) intertwine. I highly recommend, Return of the Aliens.
Carol_RN More than 1 year ago
Based very loosely on the Apocolypse as given to us in the Book of Revelation, the characters are interesting but I found the writing at about a 6th grade level. Probably wouldn't recommend this book to an avid reader.
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I love the book if u like adventure fiction and action its for you the first chapters are a little slow but rest are GREAT!!!
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