Through 14 Mar by Natalie Wright
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About the book
"Conflicts with alien races are given enormous depth in this engrossingly written science fiction novel." ~Forewords Clarion Reviews
Aliens known as the "Roswell Greys" rescued Tex, an alien-human hybrid, from an underground lab operated by a secret arm of the US military. The Greys liberated him from a lifetime of being a lab rat. Tex has tasted now a life he had never imagined he could have. But what price will he be required to pay to become one with their hive mind?
Erika Holt dodged death and departed Earth in an alien ship. It wasn’t how she’d planned to spend her senior year. Is Erika on her way to paradise? Or to a hell worse than the underground lab she escaped?
Jack Wilson is still stuck in the underground lab known as AHDNA, still a prisoner of the unhinged Commander Sturgis. But a promise of freedom comes from an unlikely source. Will his liberation cost more than he’s willing to pay?
Meanwhile, at the far reaches of the galaxy, fierce alien predators known as the M’Uktah prepare for an invasion. They’re sophisticated, elegant and technologically savvy. They’re on their way—and they're hungry. We should be preparing to defend ourselves from being a smorgasbord, but humanity goes about its business, kept in the dark by powerful forces about the most significant threat we've ever faced.
With the young warriors caught up in their personal battles, will any of them realize the threat that looms over us all before it’s too late?
Wright’s follow-up to her award-winning sci-fi debut has been called “An enthralling, page-turning sci-fi adventure. The makings of an epic!” ~ The Wishing Shelf
Wright's epic and much anticipated follow up to her multiple award-winning debut Sci Fi novel H.A.L.F.: The Deep Beneath:
The Deep Beneath, Runner Up in the Beach Book Festival
Finalist, Wishing Shelf Book Awards
Semi-Finalist, Kindle Review Book Awards
and Library Journal pick for curated Shelf-e-library collection
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