The alien known as Neight Caster has sought temporary refuge on Earth. His arrival means our immediate future has one of two results, evolution or extinction. Neight warns of a highly sought after power beneath Earth’s crust that can protect humanity from destruction. In exchange for resources, he agrees to assist in locating it.
Lead by Nicolas Delemar, a human archaeologist, the Andromeda Project is formed by the world’s strongest governments to discreetly fund the search. A mysterious tragedy brings the project’s progress to a stand still. Twelve years later we find Allister Adams at a crossroads in his life where he can continue to hide from his potential or find true purpose. Despite his mother’s advice, Allister enters the revived Andromeda Project, to learn more about himself, his past and his future. There he discovers they aren’t the only organization after the elusive power and he may have chosen the wrong side to fight on. He’ll have to decide who’s right, who’s wrong and what’s necessary.
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I really enjoyed this book, it was well-written with interesting characters and world. It had a great sci-fi element to it and I liked that we had alternative character sections in a chapter. I enjoyed that the aliens in the book felt like aliens but I could still relate to them, I loved Neight, and I also really liked Leesa, they were a few of the characters that I really related to and I felt bad for Allistair. I look forward to the next book and the war.
5 out of 5 stars