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Blurred Vision: Seven billion voices about to be silenced

3.83  ·  Rating details ·  36 Ratings  ·  15 Reviews
This edition was previously published under the ASIN B01LWY2AAO

In an already  uncertain world, where people fight for the protection of the planet and its future generations, comes a sadistic extraterrestrial force intent on the annihilation of the human race. Get ready as the world is about to burn; this isn't Judgement Day - this is far worse.

Kindle Edition, 185 pages
Published September 23rd 2016 by Britain's Next Bestseller
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Jan 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: ebook-thriller
I enjoyed this so much and I am not exactly one that loves to read about creatures that have a face that only an alien mother could love, but this one totally drew me in.

My full review will post on The Page Turner February 16th during Mystery Thriller Week.
Nov 13, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fiction
Blurred Vision is a story that felt like a mixture of sci-fi/thriller and horror all rolled into one.

The story starts off with a group of men finding themselves in the same room on an alien spaceship. All the men are from different backgrounds and all react quite differently to their situation.

Slowly the men’s numbers start to dwindle down as aliens come and take one man at a time. The story then starts to alternate so that we get to know a bit more of each man’s background. I think this way the
Mark Tilbury
Sep 13, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: sci-fi, thriller
I've only recently started reading science-fiction books and will be reading more if they are like this. The books marketing grabbed my attention (very well made book trailer,) and led to me buying a copy.

Aliens have landed and the human race is in trouble. Throughout the book the experiences of some of their captives are explored. Parts of the story are graphic and violent, but never overdone or just there for the sake of it. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this novel, but do recommend it
Susan Hampson
Dec 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: author-reads
Just Wow! This is a brilliant alien invasion novel that just scares the pants right off you. What a terrifying opening, wakening God knows where with your last moments before blackness creeping back into your mind. Cold, frightened and stripped. A red mist which creates a blurred vision of what else is around you, then a noise. OMG my skin was crawling, with not a place that I didn’t have goosebumbs. Chris Botragyi had certainly captured my attention. What the hell had happened?
This is a total g
Josie Fitch-Turner
Sep 28, 2016 rated it really liked it
I loved this book as I could not put it down! I constantly wanted to know what was going to happen next and often found myself saying "just one more page". Three days and Three very late nights later I finished it! I had a lot of of job's and things to catch up on at home but it was worth it.

I enjoyed the way the Author described the people, feelings, emotions and smells. It made me feel like I was there as well.

I believe this is the Author's first book. I look forward to reading more books from
Jul 07, 2017 rated it liked it
Decent read

3* Decent read. Nothing groundbreaking but not bad. Couldn't get into this book at first took at least 3 chapters but then picked up. Overall still worth a read.
Tom Johnson
Jun 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
“I Was Unable To Put The Book Down”

Six men mysteriously awaken as prisoners aboard an alien space ship. Locked in a cell together are Tom Valentine, Professor Mark Bennett, Air Force General James F. Hargreaves, James Jones, John Chapman, and Daniel Lambert. Their captors are seven-foot tall Grays with large black eyes and slender bodies. The prisoners remember very little about the past or how they were captured, but hear voices elsewhere on the ship so know they are not alone. They do wonder w
Aug 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing

I don't normally read SciFi horror but I gotta say this book had me hooked from the beginning. It is a quick, short read but I recommend leading it slowly it is better that way. I recommend this book to all fans of modern horror!
Robin Lee
Dec 24, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: reviewed
Sumerian Mythology: inscribed cuneiform tablets and part of the Library of Ashurbanipal, says humankind was created to serve gods called the “Annunaki”. Hypothesis proponents believe that the Annunaki were aliens who came to earth to mine gold for their own uses. According to the Enuma Elis story. The Annunaki realized mining gold was taking a toll on their race, and created the human race as slaves.

This is author Chris Botragyi’s debut novel that is excellent. It is perfectly written and almost
Miriam A Averna
Dec 03, 2016 rated it liked it
A chilling alien invasion tale that will leave you guessing until the end.

This was a great debut from Chris Botragyi. A sci-fi/thriller that takes you on a dark journey, questioning humanity, history and science. I especially loved the last few chapter, that had me gripped, shocked and fascinated all in one. The build to its climatic, dark end is enthralling, demonstrating the author’s ability to captivate the reader’s imagination and build tension.

I look forward to more from Chris. Well done.
Nov 05, 2016 rated it it was amazing
What a great read, well written. From the moment I started reading I was engrossed, didn't want to put it down. I like how you get to read every characters story too. A brilliant idea for an alien invasion. Really gets you thinking what would you do in this situation. Very detailed and gruesome. 5 stars from me.
Romaine Heart
May 09, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Wow!!!  A terrifying extraterrestrial invasion brilliantly written that keeps you on the edge of your seat. 
Dextera Domini, known as Greys, are from Dominicus, in which we call Heaven. They, along with the gods of the universe, have decided that every human will be judged according to their moral or immoral life upon which their sentencing will take place for their crimes.
Six men, from different backgrounds and different personalities, were abducted. They wake up in a room with memory loss and
Mar 25, 2018 rated it really liked it
Chris Botragyi by Blurred Vision gives the reader a graphic and gory description of Earth being invaded and what happens to her inhabitants.

The story revolves around six men all from different backgrounds but with one thing in common they find themselves being held captive by Earths invaders a not so friendly alien race of Gray's. You get to hear each of their stories from the point of their capture to there grizzly ends.

My dear friends I will give you a little warning do not eat while reading
Sep 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This book tells a story. It doesn't explain itself but that's ok. It's a moment in time. It's quite violent and gory in places, but overall very descriptive and atmospheric. A group of men wake up in a strange room surrounded by a red mist. As one by one they remember who they are we get to know their back story. This is intermingled with the current story of where they are. I found it a very compelling read. I had to know what was going to happen. The ending is bittersweet. There's no conclusio ...more
Sep 14, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Puerile & distasteful, an adolescent take on (the also tragically bad) Independence Day but without the action, suspense or drama; instead a sickening helping of soft-core torture porn masquerading as some sort of nihilistic judgement on humanity's failings.

The story makes no sense whatsoever even within its own limited frame of reference.

Suspect it was written as a juvenile, failed attempt to try to shock tutors/parents.

D for effort, E for attainment.
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