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4.25 of 5 stars 4.25  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  5 reviews
When a brilliant point of light appears in the southern sky, Nathan Oakes is finishing his early-morning run in Central Park, Kathy Stratton is preparing to give a speech in San Francisco, Nikki Jamison is dreaming peacefully in her home near Phoenix, and Oscar Villalobos is grappling with the guilt that fuels his nightmares. None are yet aware of how much that strange lig ...more
Paperback, 260 pages
Published February 1st 2011 by Mundania Press LLC
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Melissa Hayden
Wow. Great Science Fiction read. Interesting meeting the 'Teddies.' I might even suggest this for YA readers even though it's an Adult book. Well done!

Returning from his run Nathan Oakes realizes it's not the rising sun brightening the sky over Manhattan, in the South and to early. Seeing a red pinpoint of light, which the whole city saw then started to move on in wonder. Kathy Stratton is woken in the wee hours of morning, called to Washington to investigate the red light from
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William Greenleaf’s novel, Bloodright is riveting, eerie, and fantastical. It is also engaging. The characters struggle with circumstances that are both familiar and but also alien (both to them and us). The contact from aliens seems unreal enough – without adding in the shocking appearance of the creatures.

In her official capacity, we first follow Kathy Stratton at the White House. Surprise, shock and denial, Mr. Greenleaf offers us
Aliens have a rather unexpected form, and with an equally strange proposition for the people of Earth. And they need their answer by Thursday. How will humanity react to this unexpected visit?

What I enjoy the most out of this story are the characters, and seeing how they interact with each other while sorting out their own inner discord. The suspense runs high as everyone scrambles to understand the odd visitors within an alarmingly short period. At the same time, I love the humorous
Todd Crusan
Not my normal genre, but I liked it. I kept me interested all the way through. I hope there is a sequel as it left a lot open at the end.
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