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When Aliens Weep: An Alien Apocalyptic Saga

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During the last tense moments before the demise of Earth, we learn what happened to the survivors that didn’t make it to Oolaha. Or did they? As our heroic survivors learn to navigate Baby and Echo’s home planet they must cope with the heartwrenching loss of family and loved ones as they are immersed in the adoring affection of thousands of minions.

One Elder will be responsible for a host of tragic deaths due to the human folly of jealousy and revenge. Will this lead to the final death knell of the species called Homo sapiens? Or will the womb forgive once again?


First published November 1, 2014

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Profile Image for Sonia Brock.
Author 10 books26 followers
September 20, 2015
When Aliens Weep was the continuation of the Alien Apocalyptic Series. With returning several returning characters and just a few new ones the Author has gone on to take an already developed, original and mind blowing series to the next level and created a whole new world for us to explore. The level imagination and detail can only be compared by the worlds created Edgar Rice Burrows (One of my all time favs). The story is so well developed, you cannot help but become immersed in the book and bonding quickly with your favorite characters. I highly recommend not only this book, but the entire series!
Profile Image for Celsey Seivert.
134 reviews7 followers
December 10, 2014
OMG LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS SERIES!! You think with this being the 7th book that the author could not surprise you anymore but news flash she does in every book, you do not see it coming and BAM there it is. I have fallen in love with all the characters and it is sad to see one of them pass but that really is how life is people come and go. I was on edge the whole time reading just waiting for Chloe to pop and waiting to see when Jose would get a news flash but i was so happy when the unexpected happen...
181 reviews2 followers
October 28, 2019
The end of the story

One of the best dystopian series that I have ever read. The characters and their actions are incredibly human and believable. Each chapter was well thought out and complete, no hanging issues or subplots left hanging as the series comes to a close. Thoroughly enjoyed, looking forward to each installment. Very highly recommended.
Profile Image for Kay Davis.
34 reviews
January 10, 2019
Great series

I sincerely hope she continues this series, I don't want to say goodbye to these characters. I have enjoyed each book.
Profile Image for Jennifer.
3 reviews
February 23, 2019

From book one to book 7, I was hooked!
Made me stop.and think how we humans are capable of many wondrous things and many destructive things!
Profile Image for Anne (Angel Anne Reviews) Nelson .
490 reviews22 followers
December 1, 2014
**** Some scenes have violence or mild horror, so I don’t recommend this book (or series) to younger readers or those of a sensitive nature. ****

There back, they’ve come home to us once again!!!! I held my breath while reading until I saw Echo and Baby’s names for the first time, it was like YES they made it.
I LOVE the cover, the butterfly has to be one of my most favorite insects, and yes I have to say it… Butterfly Kisses. There I feel better now. They have always meant so many different things to me as to some cultures. It could mean change, hope or that something great is just around the corner, where the unknown lies for you to embrace it and to start afresh what a beautiful thought. Just perfect, just perfect.

I fell in love with J.K. Accinni as author/writer, right from the very first book in this series… BABY Species Intervention # 6609 becoming one of my all-time favorite authors.
Not only does Kelly deliver us with this amazing series, but you can tell the hidden message or meanings that are being told within the story that we are reading. Kelly has a very deep rooted love or passionate for the world we live on.
Then right along the same path of caring for our own world/earth, it’s what we are doing to destroy our world and also how we are harming ourselves. These are the messages that I’m talking about, every bit of it neatly enfolded into the story.
I am truly a fan for life ..
When book 6 THE ONE ended, I was left still with so many answers to the questions in my head, I was excited to see that some of them were being answered. Not all but some. So WHEN ALIENS WEEP came out I got to see what had happened to some of my favorite characters, but then went oh h where’d a certain character go.
I got to find out what went on after the intervention of Earth, by the Womb.

We get to follow the few survivors of the apocalyptic species intervention. And what they learned or experienced while on the home planet of the minons' (Baby and Echo). Then we were introduced to some new characters, at this part is where my brain is thinking that Hey there’s more for another book. HA !
The whole group of survivors were joined by Minion IV nick named Ivey by Bonnie and Brother Forbation. I’m not too sure about these two yet! More info needed, more info please. (Sorry I couldn't resist) They are just let me say different. Ivey is so much like Baby and Echo, she is a minion, but she she’s a navigator where she visits other new planets and charts them for the Womb. I think I’m going to like her a lot.
Brother Forbation is a minion elder kinda like the chief or boss of the minions. Nope I don’t like him, to me he thinks or acts too superior to the others. Maybe my opinion of him will change, I’ll just have to wait and see.

When Aliens Weep gets to really going you’re gonna find a lot of twists, turns, and then some pretty good whammy’s or revelations thrown in the mix and it’s not gonna let you go! Nope, you are gonna be hooked!
The roller coaster ride tore at my heart more, so emotional. Keep our tissue box handy because you’re gonna need them quite often.
Then as you are reading it finally hit me hit me that my heart was thumping a bit faster and harder. I knew that I was having to say goodbye friends who I have grown to love and consider them my book family.
Praying that they all learn from all the events they have gone through. * wipes eyes, blows nose*
Protect your land, your family and all that comes along with it at all cost. YOU MUST, THEY MUST.
Please come back to us, we/I need to know that things are well with you. I’m going to miss you all so very mush!!!!! *angel hugz n luvz*

I HIGHLY recommend this whole series if you love science fiction or dystopian genres will make another species intervention!

Recommend: Mature readers
Rating: 5/5 angel stars
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Profile Image for Lynn Worton.
863 reviews28 followers
November 18, 2014
Review 6******

This is the seventh and final book in The Species Intervention Series. I loved it!

First of all, I would like to say that I LOVE the cover. The butterfly is a beautiful insect, and in some cultures they mean change or hope for a new beginning. I think it is a wonderful choice for this book.

Wow, where do I start?! I'm still reeling! I usually do a character breakdown, but this book is told from several different points of view, so it would take me forever to do so in this instance. Therefore, I'm just going to dive right into my review.

When Aliens Weep is a book that I have been wanting to read ever since the author said she would be writing it; she wanted to answer her readers' questions about what happened to the characters after the intervention of Earth by the Womb.

I started to read and did not stop until I had finished it. This story follows those few survivors of the apocalyptic species intervention of Earth by the Womb, and their experiences on Oolaha, the home planet of the minons' Baby and Echo. I liked meeting some new characters too, as they brought a freshness to the tale. Netty, Wil, Abby, Jose, Chloe, Cobby, Kane, Ginger Mae, Peter, Daisy, Kenya, Johno, Hud, Dezi, Bonnie, Baby and Echo are joined by Minion IV (re-named Ivey by Bonnie) and Brother Forbation. These two have completely different characters. Ivey is very much like Baby and Echo in that she is a minion, but she is also a navigator; she visits new planets and charts them for the Womb. I really liked her. Brother Forbation is a minion elder, and is like the chief or boss of the minions. He is a character that I didn't take a shine to at first, because he is the quintessential government official. However, he is not really that bad; he's just concerned about his minions, and humans are not exactly on the top of his friends list; I don't blame him.

The story is not as dark and disturbing as the previous books in the series, but the way the author describes certain scenes made me have more than a few OMG moments. This book is full of twists, turns and shocking revelations that kept me completely hooked! I was swept into a wild and emotional rollercoaster ride. I found myself in tears more than once, so a tissue may be required. I am feeling rather sad to say goodbye to the characters in this series, as they have become friends and family. However, I do wish them well and hope that their children, and their children's children, look after their world better than we have with this one. Or the Womb will make another species intervention!

J.K. Accinni is a fantastic writer, who has become one of my favourite authors. She is not afraid to kill off her characters, or write about dark subjects. She is very passionate about the world we live on, and what we (as humans) are doing to it and ourselves, and her stories reflect that. I love her fast paced writing style and the flow of the story was wonderful. I am looking forward to reading more of her work in the future.

Due to some scenes of violence or mild horror, I do not recommend this book (or series) to younger readers or those of a sensitive nature. However, I HIGHLY recommend this book (and series) if you love science fiction or dystopian genres. - Lynn Worton
Profile Image for Helen Christmas.
Author 9 books30 followers
January 24, 2017
Incredible Finale

I don’t often read science fiction and I was initially struck by the weirdness of the story. The planet of Oolaha is as far removed from life on Earth as you I imagine but having read previous books in the series, at least I was familiar with the characters. I was quickly drawn into the story within the first chapters where I formed the impression, the Oolahans were a far superior species and a sort of ‘government of the universe.’

It starts where the last book left off where the last survivors of Earth have just about managed to escape before it is burnt to a crisp. Or have they? Two are unaccounted for which is where the story gets stranger still; a nightmare scenario of waking up in an unfamiliar place, surrounded by strange beings who appear to be ‘doing experiments on them.’ The description of their perceptions and sensations was at times, chilling.

The survivors on Oolaha meanwhile, are beginning to come to terms with their loss - grieving for their loved-ones whilst at the same time, learning to integrate into a bizarre new world. It is predictable that not everything runs smoothly. The hapless ‘homo sapiens’ soon start to wreak havoc with their unrelenting curiosity, arrogance and jealousy, not to mention the impassioned motives in their behaviour. The more I read, the more gripping the story became and it was impossible to put down until I reached the end. It is an emotional journey at times, but ends with a heart-warming conclusion that leaves the reader both relieved and fulfilled. The author has a vivid imagination and a skilful writing style, along with characters I really came to care about, humans and aliens alike. A fantastic end to a wonderful series!
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2,158 reviews38 followers
July 3, 2016

I have fallen in love with this author's work since the very beginning when we were introduced to this world. In book 7 we are not disappointed with the way the book goes. Not everyone will survive the ending of the Earth but those that do get to see inside the Womb and meet even more minions, elders and navigators (who visit different planets and lets the Womb know about them). I have to say I found navigator IV also renamed by Bonnie as Ivy to be just sweet and funny. The way she connected to Bonnie was amazing. We get to see how certain characters deal with not having their loves one with them and what happens to other characters after the Womb finds them. It seems that some people can not let go of the human feeling of jealousy and revenge and we learn of the consequence of that all suffer because of one person.
Once I started reading it was so hard to put down and I honestly can say I want more of these characters. I want to know what happens after everything is said and done so I vote for the author to write more (if the characters let her.)
There is a creature that ends up causes destruction and let me tell you I LOVED the description the author gave us of this creature. I found it to be horrifying in my mind and thought it went perfect with everything that was going down.
I want to say so much in this review but I feel as though I will be giving away a lot. Start with book one and see if you enjoy the story, characters, the world that this author has created.
Profile Image for Karen.
618 reviews35 followers
December 2, 2014
When Aliens Weep is the last book in the Species Intervention #6609 series from JK Accinni. I have thoroughly enjoyed the whole series, and When Aliens Weep is no exception. It had been about a year since I read the first 6 books in the series, so it took a little while to refresh my memory of the earlier events. The book starts with the final evacuation of Earth, and I was sad to see that many of the characters I had come to appreciate didn't make it to Oolaha, the home planet of the Womb and the aliens Baby and Echo. But some terrific new characters join the cast. In particular, the minion called Navigator IV, dubbed Ivey by Bonnie, is a poignant addition to the group.

I did find the beginning of this book a bit confusing. The side story with Ginger Mae and Peter ending up on an entirely different planet initially was distracting to me, but I loved how the author tied it all together at the end. I enjoyed watching the Earth survivors explore Oolaha and have new experiences. Sadly, Jose - never one of my favorite characters - acted like a spoiled petulant child most of the time and never showed the level of maturity one would expect from an Elder. He ended up causing an unmitigated disaster, which led to the remaining survivors being relocated to yet another planet.

Please, tell me that there will be one more book - I NEED to know what happens to the Earth survivors and their minion family members on their new home planet!!
Profile Image for Jennifer Loiske.
Author 22 books261 followers
April 13, 2015
This is the last book in this series. Full of twists and turns, and I really mean full of them! You think you know what’s coming but then, BANG, the author gives you a twist of a lifetime and leaves you with your mouth open. I know that all good things has to end at some point, but I still have hopes that J.K. Accinni will find a way to continue this series. Maybe a follow up with some of the favorite characters…or something that will take us readers completely by surprise!

I thought about a lot what to write in this review. I wanted to write about the characters, both the old and the new ones, and the plot, but was afraid I might reveal too much. I don’t want a new reader who is looking at the reviews of all of J.K. Accinni’s books to know what happened along the way in this series, so I settle for praising for the uniqueness and cleverness in this book and the pure talent the author has shown us readers in all of her books. Yes, every single book of hers is magnificent and will leave you hungry for more.

The author does remarkable job with placing thought provoking ideas all over the story, and sharing some of her ideology about the world we’re living in. Even though there is darkness in this story, it was a bit lighter than the previous ones. Made me cry more than once, though, so be prepared to the emotional rush whilst the story continues.

This is a gem for adults who love science fiction and something I can highly recommend for every alien lover age 18 and up!
Profile Image for Wanda Hartzenberg.
Author 6 books71 followers
November 19, 2014
If I can give a 5* rating based on the cover alone then this is the book I would give it too. The cover is absolutely stunning and if I came upon it in a bookstore the cover alone would have had me reach for my purse.
The womb, it is a few years, oh not that long say a 100 or so years after the earth went kaboom cause we are basically all idiots. Echo and Baby saved a few people and now what?
Well this, the 7th book in the story explores what happens to the survivors of a nuclear holocaust.

However, Ivey stole the show for me in this book. Her love, pure and simple turns the tide and gets to turn convention not based on anything apart from devotion. I LOVED this. The question is posed in the book -- but your both females? With love however Ivey shows everybody that gender is not the concept that should be addressed. Instead it is love.

The book is amazing and a new evil character made for a very interesting twist and and and but I fell in love with the love Ivey showed and how she went about it. It was totally amazing and had me a bit choked up at times. In all the previous books Baby was by and large my favourite character but in this one Baby --sorry Baby -- has been replaced. I loved this.

If Sci-fi and drama is your genre then this series with this book specifically is the book you need to buy.

Profile Image for Lee.
Author 26 books131 followers
November 23, 2014
I was so excited to find that JK Accinni had written another story in her Species Intervention Series. This series in general has been an emotional roller coaster and When Aliens Weep does not disappoint. I was happy that she covered much of what happened at the end of The One and gave us closure on some of our favorite characters. I was sad to leave them behind. At first I was confused as to what was happening, but wouldn’t you be if you just left a familiar world for a new one? As the story played I was drawn farther and farther into it, losing myself in that world. JK Accinni has such a vivid imagination and incredible world building in her stories. I found myself falling in love with the characters in new ways. She covers the subject of evil very well and it is in all of her books. A person falling to the power of evil, and good doesn’t always prevail. JK Accinni always makes sure that the reader knows it comes from free will. There are powerful lessons to be learned in this book about the frailties of our species, as well as the frailties of the minions. All is brought to light in When Aliens Weep.
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40 reviews1 follower
October 20, 2015
This book provides a moving finish to this gripping series. The writing is vivid and intense, putting you into the moment and the setting. An unusual setting it is, too, as survivors of an apocalypse on earth find themselves in the alien world of Oolaha. That setting is filled with interesting characters--human and alien alike. As in previous books in the series, the story is character-driven and your concern for the characters propels you through the well-plotted story. Although there are many fantastical details, the relationships and emotions conveyed by and between Echo, Baby, Ginger Mae, Peter, Jose, Abby, Cobby and other characters bring this book to life. I do love the concept of The Womb, though, so those fantastic bits are fascinating too, as are the aliens imagined and beautifully described by the author. This entire series raises serious questions about human nature, love, politics, violence--social commentary that hits home without being heavy-handed. An impressive accomplishment!
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14 reviews6 followers
November 28, 2014
OH MY GOODNESS!! Home? SERIOUSLY?!?!? I am so not ready for this series to be over, although it was a GREAT ending I could still see how the author can make MORE MORE MORE!!! Wish she would rethink this one being the last one, I want to know how the characters end up after everything happens... It is so hard not to give anything away while writing a review but I must say the ending has me thinking that IF she feels like it there COULD be more to the story later on so I am truly hoping her muse comes back for more of this story, it could literally go on forever!! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!!!! This has been one of the BEST series I have ever read and I am saddened that the author says this is the last book.. I might have to riot over this one because as I said I WANT MORE!!! More Cesar and Tobi, more Bonnie, More Netty Will Kenya Daisy omg ALL of them I LOVE these characters! What a whirlwind experience reading this series I recommend this book to EVERYONE!!!
Profile Image for Jana Petken.
Author 20 books398 followers
December 1, 2014
The original characters return for a farewell bow in this, the last of the Alien Species intervention Series.
This last story, I believe, was intended to answer any remaining questions about what happened to the survivors and the alien minions.

No need to go into the plot, I don't think, because at 107pages, it is a relatively short read. There are a few great twists and turns that will enthral fellow fans of the series, and the least said about them by me, the better.

J.K.Accinni is a very talented author, who has written a great...no...excellent series in an engaging, consistent, and entertaining way, throughout all the books. This is not easy to do but she managed it effortlessly because she retained her vision and commitment to her story. She obviously wasn't bored by this lengthy work and neither was I.
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58 reviews5 followers
July 22, 2015
Warning! This book will keep you up late and cause you to forget to eat. JK Accini has written another spellbinding book about Nettie, Will, Baby, Echo and the whole gang in her Alien series.

This story takes us to the womb on Baby and Echo’s home world. We arrive there just as an asteroid has destroyed earth. The survivors as they call themselves arrived stunned and heartbroken over the loss of their home and their loved ones.

Before long, it becomes questionable whether the humans can live peacefully among the elders and minions in the womb. Will they heal from their grief and adapt to their new home. The process of adaptation is complicated by relationships between some of the human couples.

I can highly recommend When Aliens Weep and the whole Aliens series by JK Accini.
Author 18 books388 followers
November 4, 2015
This book was not something I would normally choose, but was recommended to me. I began the story nervous about what would happen,but grew to love the characters. When the last page was turned, I was entranced and wanted to know more about what happened to Hud, Ginger, Echo, Peter, Dezi, Bonnie, Netty, Abby and Jose. These people and the hybrids were saved from death by another species when their world seemed about to collapse from existence. The Womb accepts all species and hopes to find a way to cure them from their violent tendencies with experiments. When Jose is told that his wife of many years wants a divorce, his emotions flare and he is almost kicked out of the Womb. When Jose makes a decision that threatens their hosts existence, will they be able to forgive him and allow him to stay with his family? A great read!
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Author 34 books230 followers
January 24, 2015
J.K. Accinni is a phenomenal writer, very descriptive… “a dark awareness blossoming like a macabre pustule, throbbing and ready to burst its bacterial poisons”. She is my favorite fantasy, other worldly author. Beside Baby, Echo and Womb, there are many more characters (minions) on the home planet. I have read quite a few fantasy books since I began broadening my reading selection, and Accinni is at the top of my list for other worldly tales, a genre I’m still coming to grips with. Every story has an underlying message… how would we as human co-exist with our alien neighbors, given a choice? Even the subject of same sex marriage was touched upon. I look forward to reading more from this very imaginative author.
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117 reviews2 followers
February 1, 2015
Aliens Weep is the the 7th installment to the Species Intervention series and it does not disappoint. It is amazing how after you think that the author can't surprise you with anything else she still does. All of these new twist and turns just make the series fresh and more enjoyable to me. Trust me on this you can NEVER get bored with this series. And once again it has left me wanting another book on this series from this author. I am saddened that this is supposed to be the last book. I just desperately need to know what happens next. I think this series should be at the top of everyone's reading list this year if you enjoy Dystopian stories or like me just things that are different. Hoping there will be another. I just don't want this series to end.
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Author 20 books119 followers
September 18, 2015
Another Great One!

I am a long time fan of “The Species Intervention Series” and purchased this expecting the same high caliber of writing and plot development of the first six books. Author J. K. Accinni has surpassed the high bar set by her previous works by writing this spectacular ending to her series.

As in her previous books, this writer’s passion for animals is apparent. The plot is the most original I’ve ever read, and I couldn’t figure out what would happen next. That to me is the sign of an excellent story! This Science Fiction series is remarkable and unlike anything you will ever encounter. Although this can be read as a standalone, I urge you to read the rest of the books in this series. You won’t regret the investment of time.
90 reviews1 follower
September 26, 2015
When Aliens Weep the seventh book in the Alien Species Intervention #6609 Series, by J.K. Accinni is gripping series I really enjoyed.

In When Aliens Weep, It was fascinating to read the survivors exploring their new home after Earth. I was thrilled to see my favorite characters Baby and Echo. There are new characters in When Aliens Weep, and there is mention of a planet Chiox that is “ripe for colonization,” these give me hope that the series will continue. Brother Forbation is a character I love to hate, he comes across as superior to others, and it would be interesting to see what becomes of him.

Accinni is a brilliant writer. Her series is well-written, captivating and thought provoking. I highly recommend this unique series.
5,698 reviews34 followers
November 6, 2014
Omg... so much to say and yet no idea what to say. This series has been an amazing whirlwind from the beginning.. I am not even sure if this is the last book or not... it has an amazing ending that leaves it like it could be done..but also like another could come about. The characters I loved even when they were doing stupid things like betraying the others... I loved the plot and the ups and downs. So much I still wonder about but overall it answered so many questions and wonderings I had during the series. I loved this so much. Amazing
Profile Image for Celsey Seivert.
134 reviews7 followers
December 10, 2014
OMG LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS SERIES!! You think with this being the 7th book that the author could not surprise you anymore but news flash she does in every book, you do not see it coming and BAM there it is. I have fallen in love with all the characters and it is sad to see one of them pass but that really is how life is people come and go. I was on edge the whole time reading just waiting for Chloe to pop and waiting to see when Jose would get a news flash but i was so happy when the unexpected happen...
Profile Image for Donna Fernstrom.
Author 12 books21 followers
March 9, 2015
While I haven't read the previous books in the series, I found it relatively easy to follow the plot of this book. I did still have many questions. This is not a series that easily lends itself to a person jumping in, in the middle. Most likely better to read the previous books. I found the world-building highly interesting, found myself disliking 'The Womb,' and wondering what a motley crew of humans they managed to get together to save - not exactly the cream of the crop. The intricacy of the world kept me wanting more detail, so I enjoyed this book.
Profile Image for Celsey Seivert.
134 reviews7 followers
November 12, 2015
OMG LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS SERIES!! You think with this being the 7th book that the author could not surprise you anymore but news flash she does in every book, you do not see it coming and BAM there it is. I have fallen in love with all the characters and it is sad to see one of them pass but that really is how life is people come and go. I was on edge the whole time reading just waiting for Chloe to pop and waiting to see when Jose would get a news flash but i was so happy when the unexpected happen...
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1,889 reviews4 followers
November 19, 2014
i have followed this series from the very beginning. It combines the right mix of paranormal, mystery and suspense. Baby and Echo are still my favorite characters as they continue to protect and lead the group. In this addition we meet a few new characters, and watch a few unravel. There is a new specimen that causes discord. It took me a little while to fall into the story line, but then the book was over before I knew it. Overall great read that makes you wounder what else it out there.
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1 review
February 17, 2015
Wow!! This book hand me on the edge on my seat!! Brilliant as the previous books but even more enthralling, you will not be able to put these books down, an absolutely amazing read. Perfect for anyone who loves science fiction, horror, thrillers and an excellent story line you will love this book.
Well developed characters who we've come to know well and they are very relateable, I look forward to whatever J.K Accinni comes up with next, this series is most certainly a must read!!!
Author 7 books96 followers
September 16, 2015
Smart, Edgy, Fascinating SciFi

I like edgy and I really like smart when it comes to books so I was thrilled with this book. The characters were unique and detailed. The story line kept my attention all the way to the end. The way the author created and laid out the world where the characters resided was enthralling. If you love SciFi you must read this, book but give yourself time because you will want to cherish every moment.
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1 review
July 14, 2016
I enjoyed the series. This one tied up most of the loose ends; but started a couple new ones. One thing that was not clear was the incongruity of the use of mind reading. I do not understand why the thoughts and decisions of the Elder that caused the major disaster were not caught by the others.

I like the open ending that makes for the possibility of a new series with these characters in their new home.
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