Description: Adam Cain is an alien with an Attitude!
After all, how would you feel if you were abducted by aliens and transported into a strange, new universe away from your home, your family — everything familiar to you? Would it make you happy? Not likely!
Now imagine you’re stronger, faster and more coordinated than every alien you encounter. Would you start kicking some ass? Of course you would!
This is the story of Human superiority in the galaxy, a gritty, realistic profile of a young Navy SEAL who doesn’t like aliens very much — and he makes them pay for disrupting his happy life back on Earth!
Review – 4 of 5 Stars:
An interesting romp through the galaxy.
All in all this wasn’t bad for light reading. It moved along at a pretty good clip for a book that was trying to set up for future books. The writing was good, the characters were interesting enough and it did offer a little different viewpoint of humans out in the universe. At times, though, it seemed like the author had watched a little too much Farscape during the writing process. Since that thought kept running through my head while I was reading it, I’m mentioning it here. I’m not going to go into why self-published authors should pay close attention to the editing process since it doesn’t really affect the storyline. Having said that, there’s every possibility that I’ll read the next one just to find out what happened. I basically liked it, but have other books to finish before I get back to the series.