J.D. Clarke Gary Hocker
- Title: Enemy Contact
- Author: J.D. Clarke Gary Hocker
- ISBN: null
- Page: 118
- Format: Kindle Edition
Imagine a world where you and your five colleagues are the only humans Imagine a world where automated factories can make anything you desire A world filled with futuristic technology gravity generators, androids, holographic computer displays, telepathic communication, plasma fields, nano welding, pulse rifles, charged particle cannons, personal spaceships, warships, tImagine a world where you and your five colleagues are the only humans Imagine a world where automated factories can make anything you desire A world filled with futuristic technology gravity generators, androids, holographic computer displays, telepathic communication, plasma fields, nano welding, pulse rifles, charged particle cannons, personal spaceships, warships, time crystals and faster than light travel.Now imagine a world surrounded by hostile aliens that only seek your destruction and the conquest of all planetary bodies.Welcome to the world of Jason Hauptman and the crew of the Defiant.
Recent Comments "Enemy Contact"
Once again, JD Clarke has written an interesting space opera adventure that kept the pages turning. The main characters are really in it deep by the end of this book, having decided to take on a galactic empire pretty much by themselves. I'm enjoying how people act like people in this series as well. Some truly are good people, some are irredeemably selfish (and usually end up getting themselves killed), and most are in between. Very few of them see the "big" picture and they feel like they're j [...]
As the Lunar Contact this book is something you do not want to put down. Easy to read and leave you wanting more all the time.
Not a bad second book to this series. Again we're involved with a bunch of earth scientist who got stuck on an alien spaceship that was visiting the moon. Now they have taken over the humongous alien spaceship and have found other aliens living in various rings of the ship. It seems that the earthmen and women are the brains of the bunch especially after finding and using the neural nets that the previous alien occupiers of this spaceship had developed and used. Those original aliens are all lon [...]
This is a great sequel to the first book in this trilogy. It's a fun read and flows unbelievably smooth. This is by far one of the easiest reads I have read and I love it for that. You never have to re-read a sentence to comprehend it. The story follows where the last one left off and is action packed. J.D. has some great ideas going and some good character arcs even though this story is totally centered on one group. There isn't any "side story" going on which is this books strength and only we [...]
Disappointing. Fight the Unity. (turn page) Fight the Unity. (turn page) Fight the Unity. (and on and on and on) Nary a mention of returning home or anything except Fighting the Unity. 2.5 rounded up.
Well written and a great 2nd book in this series.
I really am interested in the story but to be honest I don't like much of anything else about the book/series. Really easy read (too easy).
Great continuation of the Unity story.
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