Hardcore Fan Version. Includes Trinooran Language.
His name is Kael Jai. An alien hiding among the humans of Earth. Outcast. Sent here for his own protection, having failed in winning the long battle with the madman called Jindom who intended to rule his entire planet. They thought he'd be safe on this backward little planet, so far from the war that raged on his home-world light years away. They were wrong. Jindom discovered Kael's location and sent a powerful war machine to Earth to kill him. But one was not enough. One was their mistake. Now Kael intends to settle the score, rid the universe of the madman called Jindom, and bring peace to his home-planet of Trinoor.
Science Fiction, Action, Adventure, Series, Sample, Aliens, Invasion, Robot, Sword, Mechanoid, First Contact, Best Seller, Movie, Fantasy, Thor, Fun, YA,
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
“Among the rubble you sometimes find a gem like this.” Eva was working her flower stand in New York, minding her own business, when suddenly a monster robot appeared and a beautiful godlike man fought and destroyed the terrible thing, then this handsome warrior drags her off with him saying she had been imprinted, whatever that meant. Now what was she to do? Well, maybe by taking this perfect specimen to her friend’s apartment, she could keep him awhile. But now things really get weird. This handsome fella is an alien, and he has a priest bodyguard tagging along, and he’s also some kind of king or ruler on his world. The first half of the book takes place on Earth, as Kael Jai and his bodyguard, Sylph, stop robots and warriors sent by the evil ruler, Jindom to find him. Then, with the help of another priest bringing needed technology, they decide to return to their home world to battle the evil ruler once and for all. As they step into the portal, Eva dives in behind them, and ends up on their world in time for a battle royal. Lately I’ve been finding rubbish in the science fiction field, and really expected nothing more from this book, but I was really surprised. Among the rubble you sometimes find a gem like this. Well written, smooth, and entertaining. The characters pull you into the story, then the plot captivates you, and before you know it, you’re hooked and can’t let go. I love finding great entertainment like this. Highly recommended.