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Introspection: Transformation

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After investigating the scene of a seemingly routine crash of a commercial airliner, United States authorities discover a substance later determined to be of extraterrestrial origin. Authorities subsequently confirm that there are aliens on Earth, and their response to this intelligence ensues.

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Paperback, 320 pages
Published October 9th 2018 by Prodigy Gold Books
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Sarah Waldron
Nov 03, 2018 rated it liked it
On the surface, a commercial airliner crash seems to be an innocent tragic disaster, however the FBI and American government become increasingly concerned after they discover an alien substance in the wreckage. FBI agents Kent and Emily are charged with investigating this extraterrestrial discovery and ensuring the safety of planet Earth. The alien race are surveying various planets for takeover due to the imminent demise of their current home. Meanwhile, teenager Jake who has until now, lead a ...more
Yash Hatkar
Oct 14, 2018 rated it it was amazing
As we move consistently from the perspectives of FBI agents to a high school teenage boy all the way to aliens in outer space, we find ourselves incredibly engaged in how human and thoughtful all these beings are. In trying to accomplish each of their back-breaking missions, all of these beings convey a strong sense of determination and yet a deep sense of internal conflict as they try to stay true to their morality. As the first of a series, Introspection: Transformation highly succeeds on two ...more
Jean-marc Krikorian
Nov 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Introspection: Transformation is a wonderful science fiction story by Steven Hamburg that will appeal to both Young Adults and Adults.

I enjoy science fiction stories that take place in our current time as that helps add a sense of realism, relatibility and believability. In addition, I enjoy science fiction stories that introduce aliens that I haven't run across in other stories. Introspection: Transformation succeeds in both of these aspects. The biology of these aliens is unique and interestin
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I was inspired to write a sci-fi novel when I watched the movie Back to the Future as a kid in 1985. I identified with the new and improved George McFly, who ended up being a successful sci-fi author. Just two years after seeing this movie, while I was a freshman in college, I came up with the primary concept of Introspection: Transformation.

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