There is a ticking time bomb in almost all of us. A trigger so vile that 8% of humanity has had it surgically removed from their bodies before it destroyed them.
Medical doctors still don't know why we have it. Why we are born with it. What purpose it serves or who put it there.
But we are about to find out...There was an alien invasion of Earth some 5,200 years ago.... we were conquered silently in the night without a fight. We called them Gods back then, but they are nothing of the sort. Humanity was genetically changed, altered, manipulated and not for the better. An evil seed was planted in us for the future...a future that is not our own. Our free will as a species is an illusion created by our masters.
Follow LAPD Detective Jace Bradley as he is thrust into a shocking adventure that will uncover the hidden realities of UFO sightings, ancient Gods, bizarre genetic engineering, intergalactic warlords and the very nature of our most perplexing biological traits.
The world as you know it is about to be turned upside down.
This suspense filled Sci-Fi adventure merges the pulp detective genre with your favorite aspects of the Golden Era that has made Sci-Fi so wonderful to read.
Prepare to have your mind stretched as R.G. Beckwith delivers another tale of an alien invasion apocalypse, sci-fi suspense, intergalactic war and reveals the truth behind one of life's most intriguing mysteries...are we really who we think we are?
EnEmƎ is the first book in a series - pick up your copy now!
While the writing started out well, I soon found myself unable to suspend my belief in the plot. Having had surgeries myself, I know after having anesthesia, one does not simply get up off the table in the middle of surgery and have full command of all their facilities. I was left wondering if the author actually researched the medical aspect of his plot. The ending was a cheat. We went from the middle of the action to years down the road. Felt like a good portion of the book was hacked out. I realize this was a free offering in the hopes of the author to entice you to purchase the rest of the series, but I was left so disappointed I won't be following up.