EarthRise

EarthRise

by William C. Dietz
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Earth Rise 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
An amazing book that leaves you wanting to cry out for joy at the human accomplishment on one side, and pity for destroying helpless aliens that knew no other way to live and were killed for it. A book that makes you wonder, "what makes someone or something bad or good?"
harstan More than 1 year ago
The planet Earth is in ruins following the Sauron invasion on Feb 28 2020. Whole cities are destroyed and most of the humans that survived are slaves to do the conqueror¿s bidding. The Saurons have installed Alex Franklin as their puppet president of the USA not knowing that he has joined with the resistance movement to find a way to destroy the invaders and rebuild the planet.

The Saurons, a race divided into three castes, are pushing the human and Ra¿Na slaves to rapidly build the citadels. The entire race will die giving birth to their hatchlings. Ra¿Na and human resistance groups form to find a way of destroying the ¿master¿ race during the few days when the hatchlings are very vulnerable. Aliens and humans alike are willing to give their lives so that others may throw off the yoke of oppression.

EARTHRISE, the sequel to DEATHDAY, is a fascinating invasion thriller. The tale enables readers to gain an intriguing look at the psychological and sociological essences of two alien races as well as the human reaction to a first encounter. William Dietz also profiles humanity and shows us as a race worth surviving for many of us are willing to die in the name of freedom. Though an insightful character and race study, the plot remains an action packed novel even as the charcaters feel as though they are part of our lives.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a fast paced novel from beginning to end. Should serve as a warning to those 'Others' out there. Don't mess with us earthlings.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story, one of Mr. Dietz's best. Once again he excels with his ability to develop characters and story lines that draw the reader in and keeps them turning the pages for more. If you like sci-fi action stories, this one is for you. Also, make sure you read the first book in the story (Deathday) .