Alien Birthright

Alien Birthright

by Daniel Sinclair Pearson


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ISBN-13: 9780976671039
Publisher: Multiverse Press
Publication date: 12/23/2013
Pages: 306
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

Daniel Sinclair Pearson is the author of science fiction/adventure novel Alien Birthright. Artist, sculptor, blacksmith, jeweler, certified hypnotherapist, technical recruiter, entrepreneur, and former art gallery owner. Studied fine art in Oxford and interior design at UC Berkeley. Happily married to my soul mate, Marcia. Born in the UK and traveled extensively in China, India, Europe, America, and the Middle East. We live in an amazing universe and I'm interested in knowing and understanding everything; I'm a dedicated and life-long autodidact.

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Alien Birthright 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
'Alien Birthright' is an extraordinary adventure which will transport you into multiple worlds, bringing you face to face with the powers of good and evil and the order of the universe. It is a highly entertaining story and will stay with you for a long time. It all begins when Jules and Ursula descend into a labyrinth underneath a remote Tibetan canyon, which might hold the hiding place of the Zu-Astrum, a powerful ancient artifact. Their journey brings them to a disk which holds the memories of Gen-Ra, an alien prince from the ancient world. Placing the tiny disk on his forehead, Jules experiences everything that Gen-Ra has gone through and much is revealed about the hybrid alien race, the origins of humanity and the eternal quest for power and dominion. The author, Daniel Pearson, has an amazing imagination and the parallel worlds which he has created in this book are testimony to that. One moment you are running with Jules, the next one, you are searching for a way ahead with Gen-Ra, and then suddenly you're fighting Altan Zu-shin's battles. It just never seems to slow down! This intriguing tale kept me glued to the story, and before I knew it, I had reached the end, craving for more! Highly Recommended!
LeeMacRae More than 1 year ago
A compelling story that keeps you turning page after page. Mr. Pearson has written a book filled with page turning suspense. Take a dash of international intrigue in an exotic location, throw in amazing alien artifacts alongside some great action-adventure and you have Alien Birthright. An old interplanetary war eventually focuses on Earth and some of its precious resources and a rebellion changes the future of primitive mankind. In our day, Jules Templar sets out on an archeological dig to find the Zu-Astrum, only to discover his own destiny and mankind's birthright. I absolutely love these kinds of books and I recommend this highly to anyone who loves science fiction and action-adventure stories. This is a great read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There were several moments i wanted to throw this book away but decided to give it a go. There are several good parts as well as several bad parts. Besides some really bad editing, very little action from first persons, and a horrid ending that leaves you wondering what happens to everyone I found myself believing in the idea that this all could be possible.
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susanneleist More than 1 year ago
At first, I thought the book was another archeological story about artifacts. But soon I realized that I was in a psychological thriller. Beneath the scientific language was a deeper meaning. The story was telling of life, and the ongoing fight between good and evil. I love reading books that make you think. It made me think of the endless possibilities in life once we are willing to stretch our imagination. This author has a great imagination and the ability to put his ideas into words. I liked the characters and their quest for the truth in life. I highly recommend this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A well-calibrated blend of alternative history, science fiction, and metaphysical fiction, this book is going to achieve cult status someday. It's got something for the Frank Herbert, Dan Brown, and Tom Clancy fans in your life.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a classic Mr. Pearson has created here. A universal tale of the struggle between good and evil, but is presented in such creativity that depicted the depth of his inner thoughts and beautiful mind. Pearson's ability of creating a displacement of time and space along with the dynamic and engaging characters he portrays. Pearson depicted uncanny ability to combine the imaginative with the unreal. This is a mind-challenging anecdote that is recommended for serious readers who travel places and see the unseen with the creator. One thing I envy, not in a bad way, Mr. Pearson is his extraordinary talent for writing a truly engaging dialogue that, I, the reader, was physically present. It is a refreshing change from the wave of unnatural dialogues we experience in badly made films. Congratulations, Daniel, on your successful project. I look forward to reading more of your work.