Description: In the exciting continuation of The Human Chronicles Saga, ex-Navy SEAL Adam Cain finds himself attempting to make a living the best he can in the alien universe he’s been dropped into — as an assassin! After all, with his kick-ass attitude and instinctive hatred for aliens, he’s a natural at it.
As a Human among aliens, he’s stronger, faster and tougher than just about everyone — and everything — he encounters. In this reality — Adam is the Superman.
Alien Assassin is a whirl-wind adventure of incredible space battles, shoot-outs with galactic criminals, and even a love interest that is…well, a little different. And as all of this is going on, the political forces of revenge and 4,000-year-old grudges converge on The Fringe Worlds. But even as galactic forces close in on Adam and his gang, there’s one message that all the aliens begin to grasp: Don’t Mess With The HUMANS!
Review 3 of 5 Stars:
So I’ve become engaged with the story itself. It’s really a lot of fun, but the proofreading is not good. In some places the editing is so bad that you have to go back to see how the paragraph fits together. I’m not a big stickler for a small mistake here and there, but suggest the author invest just a little for some copy editing. That being said I have thoroughly enjoyed the story. It’s a great adventure and moves along at a good pace. The story is engaging and the characters have really rounded out with the second book. Adam Cain has become more and more interesting as has his unexpected companion who leads the Fringe Pirates and we’ve gained a lot more story of what’s going on in the universe. If not for some really big editing errors that made me stop where I was in the book to figure out what it was supposed to say, I would have given it a 4. Since I’ve already started the third book I have to say I’ve enjoyed the series, but like the reader to be aware of the drawbacks as well. If you like a good adventure, this installment in the series will be happy to carry you along if you have a little patience to get through the rough spots.