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The next phase of human evolution depends entirely on her…

Laura is willing to do whatever it takes for her son. When aliens kidnap her child, it's going to take a lot more than a mother's love to get him back. After infiltrating a military base, Laura discovers a terrifying secret: the government plans to impregnate women with alien DNA…

Laura battles to save her son, the

Kindle Edition, 357 pages
Published January 3rd 2016 by Graham Clayton
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Cranky - The Book Curmudgeon

***** 5 Cranky Stars *****

Science fiction isn’t my usual genre since every time I read them I end up feeling rather common and lacking much needed brain cells, especially when the story takes you into quantum physics and the likes.

When I picked up Milijun, I was a bit uneasy and thought I would get disoriented early on and end up getting bored with the book. Instead, I found myself pleasantly surprised by how well-written and readable Milijun was. Yes, the ever present “big-science-words” were
Marta Tandori
Dec 04, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Milijun, by talented Australian author, Clayton Graham, gives us an interesting sci-fi tale, somewhat reminiscent of Wyndham’s classic, The Midwich Cuckoos. Graham’s tale begins in 2179 AD on Mare Moscoviense, on the Lunar Far Side. A miner, Simon Cordell, is drilling in a cave when he comes upon what appears to be a glass-like table atop a slim pedestal on which sits a sphere, the size of a football. He involuntarily touches it but nothing happens. Turning, he suddenly sees alien beings in the ...more
Jan 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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After a subterranean chamber of hibernating aliens is accidentally unearthed on the moon; Laura and teenage son Jason unwittingly become embroiled in plot to breed hybrid alien-human children. Laura and Jason flee to the safety of Milijun, a secretive facility in the Australian outback. Laura soon becomes aware that all is not what it seems....

One thing is certain - Laura will stop at nothing to save her son from the extraterrestrials' grasp.

WOW, what an amazing book from author Clayton Graham.
Meenaz Lodhi
Jul 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
“For once you have tasted flight you will walk the earth with your eyes turned skywards, for there you have been and there you will long to return.”[Leonardo Da Vinci]
“The duty of all cosmic intelligence is to fuse the universe, to create harmony from discord. From the many the one.”
An overpowering story and events with quasimetaphysical questions, the portent of distruption, the emergence of distrust, beliefs, life saving situations, a never ending persecution and action from the very beginning
Aug 14, 2017 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition

Publisher: Books Go Social

Publishing Date: January 2016

ISBN: 9780994495600

Genre: SciFi

Rating: 2.5/5

Publishers Description: Laura Sinclair and her son, Jason, witness aliens descend to Earth. The extraterrestrials endeavor to form a symbiotic relationship with humankind, and choose Jason as a genetic link in a bizarre trial involving the mystical impregnation of human females with hybrid embryos.

Review: This was at times really un-interesting do to Laura Si
Connie Lacy
Jul 02, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I just read an article on the advisability of sending messages into space to reach out to aliens in other galaxies. Stephen Hawking advises against it, saying any intelligent life form that could respond to our messages would likely arrive like Cortes did when he basically annihilated the Aztecs. In Clayton Graham’s novel, “milijun,” the aliens arrive not like conquistadors, but like a suitor looking for a compatible mate to sire strengthened offspring. A fascinating take on aliens arriving on E ...more
May 01, 2018 rated it it was amazing
If ever there was a time to feel sorry for an alien race, it would be now.

Conspiracies, double agents, technological advancements, greed, and self-preservation are in abundance – and that’s just the humans.

Aliens, frozen in time, have accidentally been discovered deep inside the moon. Finally, proof of life beyond our own. Scientists race at the chance to study this rare find. Unknowingly, this initiates a series of events nobody could have predicted. The capabilities of these creatures are sho
Adam Collings
Aug 13, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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A group of sleeping aliens are discovered hidden below the surface of the moon. Once disturbed, they awake, and hea to Earth, to carry out a plan known only to them.

first of all, I love that the aliens landed right here in Australia. Aliens usually land in America, so this was a nice change. This story is set in the late 22nd century, but aside from some political upheval, the world is reasonably familiar, and almost felt like present day. This provides an anchor point for those who may not read
Mar 16, 2017 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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(Thank you to the author for sending me this book in exchange for an honest review).

2.5 stars.
It's been a long time since I read a science fiction novel and since I've liked them in the past, I was eager to accept a copy from the author when he offered it to me.
Unfortunately, it wasn't as enjoyable as I was hoping it would be.

The language was repetitive. A number of phrases were very overused, and this became more and more frustrating as I read on.
The writing wasn't concise. There w
Micah Till
There are three main categories of science fiction: stories that seek to tell us about ourselves, stories that seek to tell us about science, and stories that seek to provide us an escape from reality. Milijun falls squarely into the third category, a fantasy story with technobabble and robots instead of magic and elves. I tend to heavily prefer the first, but if escapism is what you want from your sci-fi, you may be very pleased indeed with Graham’s creation. Even given the fantasy nature of th ...more
Clayton Graham
Feb 22, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Milijun actually started as a short story. The birth of the alien RNasia occurred in the short story, and when they decided to wing their way to Earth I knew it could not end there. They seemed to want their universal journey to be worth something; they wanted their mission fulfilled. So I decided to oblige them.
The book is about more than an alien incursion into the Australian outback. It asks questions about our place in the universe, or multiverses (as we are now led to believe may be a possi
Felicity Terry
Mar 19, 2016 rated it really liked it
Not a genre I read a lot of. Perhaps it was the promise of 'alien interaction' instead of the more common 'alien abduction' that had me intrigued. Whatever it was I was keeping my fingers crossed that, written by a retired aerospace engineer, Milijun wasn't going to be bogged down in technicalities as had another book of the genre I'd read not so long ago.

Alas no need to worry. Milijun is very readable. Hugely compelling. Just what are these aliens and just what do they want? Are mother and son,
Clayton Graham
May 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
May 17, 2016: Reviewed By Rabia Tanveer for Readers’ Favorite *****
The novel is set in the future, our protagonist Laura Sinclair is living in Australia with her son, Jason. This very well written novel is all about female empowerment and tells us that there is a hero within all of us. Clayton Graham portrays the very essence of fear, despair, and dread. Your heart will be racing, your hands will be sweating, and you will get a pure adrenalin rush by just reading this novel and visualizing the s
Nov 26, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Fast paced sci-fi adventure
The year is 2179 and Laura Sinclair is on holiday with her 14 year old son, Jason. The Australia they are living in is very different from the Australia of today and I enjoyed the changes. Their peaceful holiday is interrupted by the arrival of an alien race. The consequences of this are devastating, and the story revolves around Laura and Jason simply trying to survive as they discover more about the aliens. This is a well-conceived plot, with credible characters. It
Jennifer Tooker
Aug 12, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Full disclosure – I was provided a copy of this book by the author however have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own.

Alien invasion from a unique perspective

It is the year 2179. Man has successfully harnessed the surface of the moon for mining and research. In one such cave, miner Simon Cordell stumbles across an interesting anomaly seemingly embedded in the cave walls. Possibly hundreds of never before seen beings are nestled in this lunar cavern. Soon after reporting t
Charles Remington
Milijun by Clayton Graham opens with the discovery by off-planet miner Simon Cordell of a strange cave deep in the Moon’s strata - a discovery which is to have a devastating effect on his base station and which launches an extraordinary chain of events, away from the moon and centred mainly in the rugged landscape of southern Australia. Laura Sinclair and her son Jason are on holiday and driving a campervan to a coastal campsite when Jason spots a cloud of luminous flying creatures heading towar ...more
Clabe Polk
May 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
When Simon Cordell’s drill rig broke through the crust on the Moon’s dark side opening the hidden lunar cave system, he had no clue what his discovery would mean to Earth.

A swarm...leaving the cave like bees leaving a hive. But what were they? Where were they going? Where had they come from? Most importantly, what were they doing?

Laura and her son, Jason, were on a camping vacation. They’re in the wrong place at the wrong time when things begin to get truly crazy and they’re caught squarely in t
Mar 21, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Milijun by Clayton Graham Book Review

An alien threat will test one mother and her quest to protect her teenage son in Milijun by Clayton Graham. Showing an alien incursion and
analyzing philosophical questions involving spirituality and the lengths a parent will go to for their children. Here is the official synopsis:

It is Australia in 2179. On a moonlit Nullarbor night, Laura Sinclair and son, Jason, witness aliens descend to Earth. The extraterrestrials
endeavour to form a symbiotic relationsh
Dec 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved finding a sci-fi book that started off in the moon and then spent the rest of the book mostly in Australia and not America - nothing against America but it’s nice to have somewhere else in the world set as the main location

You are left wondering what is happening at the start of the story, set somewhat into the future after mankind has destroyed most of the world, when a strange encounter takes place on the moon - sorry, but I don’t like to give away any plot points - that’s for you to e
Jessica Belmont
Jun 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*

Miljun was such a well-crafted sci-fi/thriller that I am still thinking about. It was so original, and I was hooked from the first page.

The world building is breathtaking. Clayton Graham knows how to use description. He never over does it, but gives us enough to feel as if we are watching a movie, more than reading a book. His writing is beautiful. I was captivated by every sentence and it is clear, Graham is a step above in his w
Mandy Parmenter
May 09, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Set in Australia in 2179 Laura Sinclair and her son Jason see aliens arrive on earth. The aliens try to connect to humans in a symbiotic way and Jason is chosen by them to contribute genetics in an experiment to prove the spiritual compatibility between them and humans by impregnating human females with embryos that are hybrids of the alien race and Jason. Laura ends up arguing with Major General Sebastian Ord from the Australian Defence Force and Uriel who is head of a strange research facility ...more
Guadalupe Herrera
Jun 09, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A different sort of sci-fi

I have been introduced to a lot of sci-fi in recent months, and it has been a bit hard to get into, I have encountered some interesting stories. "Milijun: What would an alien interaction really be like?" by Clayton Graham was one of the more exciting ones. In sci-fi, the reader does not normally encounter "normal" people as the "heroes". Usually, they have been in some sort of profession that directly deals with space, at least in some way. But in this case, Laura and J
Gordon Bickerstaff
Thought-provoking and entertaining

This is a very well imagined and fresh take on the well-trodden SciFi story of how humans respond to first contact with interstellar aliens. This story is set in the future and mostly in Australia and the author has done an excellent job to create an image of what Australia would be like in 160 years. It is well written and moves along at a great pace, which kept me turning the pages. I liked the main protagonists, Laura and her son, Jason who added a strong hum
Dec 24, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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A batty way to start a holiday ...
A mining detail on the moon discovers a cave, the sides of which seem to hold hundreds of strange, alien looking beings, frozen into the sides and one is removed for examination. Shortly after, all of the personnel, apart from a single pilot, are dead, the bat like creatures, now animated, heading in a great swarm towards earth. In Australia, Laura and her teenaged son, Jason, are heading out in their camper van in the first stage of a much needed recuperative h
Jennifer Shepard
This is the first book I read from this author and let me tell you that I loved it! Such a good book with great characters that keeps you obsessed with every page since the first one. The ending of this book.. come on! I just didn´t expect it! Can´t wait to read other books from this great writer! Amazing job! a must-read!. A fantastic book that has it all!

I happily endorse this story to any and all who are looking for a fiction enjoyable read and a completely different experience than anyone co
Jun 11, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I adore fantasy novels because they challenge the reader and this one in particular did it in an extraordinary way. The author, Clayton Graham, paints very well described scenes and fantastic characters that are worthy of holding attention through to the end. They are really great protagonists with unique personalities, each of them with their own quirks and memorable characteristics.
The story blew my mind as it is an interesting mix of science fiction, conflict, aliens and clandestine Earth fo
Patrick Dent
Nov 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Alien Invasion on an Entirely Different Level - Literally

Milijun is an incredibly well imagined alien invasion, unlike any first contact story I have ever read or seen in a movie. The scientific research that went into this book is impressive. Graham’s concept of how completely “alien” an alien could be is astonishing. Gone are the assumptions of “life as we know it”. Graham has conceived of life as we could not possibly imagine it.

The story opens with action, then takes a step back and steadil
Jun 07, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
“Milijun” is the first novel of a new science fiction series about alien interaction from author Clayton Graham.
The cover already anticipates the question delved by the book: What would alien interaction really be like? And this spellbinding novel develops different topics surrounding this phenomenon: the hidden reasons, the missions of each one, the communication between both worlds, and many other questions. All of these experienced by entertaining characters, in an intricate and engaging plot
Sol Tyty
Milijun: What would alien interaction really be like? is the first book in a series and it is a great beginning of a promising saga.
The book belongs to the genre of science fiction and revolves around a male and a female protagonist whose lives take new directions after coming across strange creatures. Their lives get dark and gloomy and aliens start coexisting with normal people.
The plot is interesting and catchy since aliens have always been a great attraction for readers and the way author Gr
Jun 07, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Since I was little, I liked movies about close encounters with aliens; although at the time they scared me a little, every time I find a book related to this fascinating topic, I read it. I really enjoyed the writing style of author Graham. The descriptions of the scenes are fantastic, and we can feel what the protagonists are feeling.
Milijun: What would alien interaction really be like? is a captivating book written by Clayton Graham. In this story, the author tells us the story of Laura and Ja
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As a youngster growing up in the cobbled streets of Stockport, UK, Clayton Graham read a lot of Science Fiction. He loved the ‘old school’ masters such as HG Wells, Jules Verne, Isaac Asimov and John Wyndham.
He settled in Victoria, Australia, in 1982.

A retired aerospace engineer who worked in structural design and research, Clayton has always had an interest in Science Fiction and where it place

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