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(Here Comes Earth #2)

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The Galaxy is Filled with Humans… They Know More about Our Past than We Do…

Some will Fight for Us; Some will try to Destroy Us… Earthers are Special; But do we Really Want our Destiny?

Mark and Julie are brilliant scientists and Major Reagan has kept them and others alive to this point, but the most dangerous confrontations will not be with the Noridians, it will be
Kindle Edition, 466 pages
Published March 26th 2015 by Medsabi LLC
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Oct 12, 2018 rated it really liked it
With these books I finally gain an understanding of why some people like Twilight. These books were fun pulpy novels. Nothing more, nothing less. Every character is a Mary Sue. Every. Single. Character. It's sci-fi and even the human race is a Mary Sue- absolutely unique in the universe and while there are species that are technologically more advanced it's obvious that we're the best at everything. The entire galaxy is watching our birth into the stars. The heroes are without flaw and the ...more
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May 17, 2017 rated it liked it
I have pretty mixed feelings. The book had some cool stuff going on intellectually, but if you thought the first one was a bit short on "action" I think this one is even worse. One reviewer on the first book said it felt like a lot of talking heads sitting around discussing things, and I think this one is even more of that.

Also, although there good ideas in here, and some interesting connections, it seems weakened by the way it is presented. It just doesn't flow quite as well as I wished.

May 19, 2017 rated it it was ok
Couldn't do it.... Too much importance nonsense of humans being supreme being and everything and everyone is irrelevant. This isn't scifi, its trying to justify our own self as being the best and naivete "god's chosen people"
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“The Earthers I respect don’t ‘go along’ just to ‘get along.’ The bravery to stand alone, to defend the unpopular, to insist on what your heart tells you is right regardless of personal repercussions; that is what I am most proud of in my fellow Earthers – and I hope we never lose it.” 1 likes
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