Monday, October 24, 2022

Book Review: Solar Warden Book Three - Genesis by Peter Fuller

Genre: Christian Fiction, Military Science Fiction

Brief bio:

Award-winning author Peter Fuller worked in the Military History Department of the Glenbow Museum in Calgary, Alberta, Canada for eight years. He has studied military history for decades. Over the years, he’s written numerous articles and lectured at major museums and universities on the subject of military history. He has also been a regular panelist at NORWESCON since 2017.

Mr. Fuller has studied the UFO phenomenon since grade school. He is a member of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) and has had a few “close encounters” of his own. He recently interviewed the son of a US military officer about his late father’s work on several special access projects for the secret space program.  

Short blurb: 

Just when you thought there was a light at the end of the tunnel…

Think again.

 A ticking time bomb, an enemy that will stop at nothing, untested technology and a spy who targets Solar Warden in a way they never imagined. Earth faces unprecedented dangers and challenges as the reptilians and grays change their tactics and up the ante to a threat level never before experienced.

Newly promoted Lieutenant Colonel Sandy Richardson harbors a dark secret Scarecrow is intent on discovering. Meanwhile, the Solar Warden team is hoping the detection of a damaged enemy vessel will lead them to the source of recent, lethal attacks. The discovery of alien intel points the humans to a surprise none expected, while the entire Solar Warden team is left reeling at the sudden death of a beloved comrade.

Book Three continues Peter Fuller’s Solar Warden saga with alien wolf packs harassing the human fleet with deadly results. Scarecrow and his comrades retaliate as they discover the true nature of their enemy. There will be no capitulation, no treaty, no quarter. Evil has taken a new form ...

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What other reviewers said:

This was such a fascinating and captivating read that it immediately drew me in and kept my attention throughout. There was a natural progression from one scene to the next, and the author demonstrates a remarkable ability in the art of storytelling. This captivating story has a lot of attention-grabbing moments that will keep the reader turning the pages. This is a fantastic find for science fiction readers in search of a series that is both suspenseful and entertaining. Highly recommended and a well-deserved five stars from me. 

Piara Cionnaoith, a Goodreads reader.

Solar Warden Book Three – Genesis is a military science fiction that will appeal to both sci-fi and romance readers. I’ve never read a book like this one before. It has equal portions of science fiction and romance in it. Instead of the couple finding love, they have just gotten married and are in the ‘honeymoon’ phase. I give credit to Peter Fuller for realistically portraying married life and all the pitfalls that can happen being married to someone you work with on a spaceship. The narration is very detailed and emotional. The characters are put to the test several times and the outpouring of emotions is both touching and authentic. Military and space details are some of the things that Peter Fuller does. 
N.N. Light, a Goodreads reader.

My review:

Though I haven’t read the first two books in the series, I enjoyed book three in the Genesis Series. It was quick to pick up on the major story and get lost within the pages of espionage, scientific jargon and a sleek enemy. 

The romance between Scarecrow and Sandy was a highlight within the science-fiction genre. It felt genuine, and the way they supported each other within the parrals they faced was another highlight. 

The subtle references towards biblical truths added another layer of reality within the story, which I appreciated. Without being preachy, the verses have fitted well within the context of the plotline. 

The author’s knowledge of military events was another prominent feature within the story as it unfolded, taking you right into the very core of their struggles with this unknown enemy. Which was to destroy and kill. Not only his knowledge, but the research done comes forth within the plotline, making this an enjoyable read. 

The vivid descriptions and lively dialogue kept me informed as we sliced through space. There is an easy flow that makes the fast-paced story line easy to read.

The enemy’s clever tactics kept them on their toes, and at times, faith, the correct choices and backbone were the only things they could depend on to overcome this enemy that lurked in the shadows—or were it planets? 

I can recommend this book to all lovers of science fiction. It is a clean read with all the intrigues that makes life happen. And makes it suitable for all ages.  

In the author's words: Second, my research discovered a very distinct paranormal aspect to the entire UFO phenomena, including the secret space program. There are many well-known, authoritative UFO researchers who have discovered and presented these supernatural traits in their research. The late Bud Hopkins was quoted as saying–“The entire UFO phenomenon covers a 180-degree spectrum–it is at once both physical and paranormal.”



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