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Aria: Returning Left Luggage: Book Two of the Aria Trilogy

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Paperback, 282 pages
Published June 1st 2013 by LL-Publications
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Jun 24, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Original and mind-boggling!

Years ago, I couldn’t get enough of Isaac Asimov’s Foundation books. After that I spent years reading thrillers and suspense. Recently, I was quite excited to hear about The ARIA Trilogy by Geoff Nelder and felt it was time to read a science fiction book again. I’d heard quite a lot about the first book so I decided to get the second book “ARIA: Returning Left Luggage.”

This science fiction series has a truly unique concept dealing with how Alien Retrograde Infectious
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Sep 07, 2016 rated it it was amazing

Here is a modern dystopia formed in the mind of author Geoff Nelder, science fiction writer extraordinaire. It follows on his first book of the trilogy ARIA and tells what happens after the apocalypse of mass memory loss on earth. To give away much would be unforgivable so I'll confine myself to saying that the cure that comes from space to stop this global amnesia appears to be worse than the sickness itself.

The scenario is as confusing and terrifying as what is now happening
Sep 03, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: just-read
I made the mistake of beginning this book around 9pm Saturday evening. I needed to get some sleep but I found myself unable to stop reading until I went all the way to the end.It is a very entertaining story. If you enjoy science fiction you will enjoy this book and its predecessor.Aliens have a use for Earth and we are in the way. They have a unique device for conquest in ARIA, a virus that causes amnesia from the moment of infection backwards. It is a scary and engrossing story. It is much mor ...more
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Geoff Nelder has a wife, two grown-up kids, an increasing number of grandkids, and lives in rural England within an easy cycle ride of the Welsh mountains. He taught Geography and Information Technology for years until writing took over his life. Geoff is a competition short-fiction judge, and a freelance editor.

Publications include several non-fiction books on climate reflecting his other persona

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