Review: Alienation by Jon S. Lewis
The next instalment in the C.H.A.O.S. series, Alienation is definitely action-packed. And with action-packed I mean PACKED. One moment we’re flying around with jetpacks, trying to evade a tank-size wasp. Just moments later we’re attacked by some scary shapeshifting assassin.
I had this whole nice long and thoughtful review planned out, but Goodreads decided this was a perfect moment to start some maintenance. So it was deleted. I will thus be making a nice pro-con list!
– Tons and tons of action. If I had a little brother, I would immediately recommend this book to him
– Will appeal to lovers of super-hero stories and comic book readers
– Imaginative creatures and technologies. It has a cool futuristic feel. Who doesn’t love shiny gadgets?
– It has a super cool grandpa that can kick ass
– Very clean action. There is some blood, but definitely no ripping out entrails here
– Even though the book is published by Christian literature publisher Thomas Nelson, Alienation is not preachy at all
– You get thrown into the action right away. At times I wondered what the connection was with the actual plot
– I sometimes missed an emotional connection with Colt. At times he just feels cold and distant
– I was looking forward to some character development in this book, but I wasn’t completely satisfied.
All in all, Alienation is a great fast-paced book that I would recommend.
After his parents were killed in a car accident, Colt McAllister was drawn into a world he thought only existed in comic books-one where mind control, jet packs, and flying motorcycles don’t even scratch the surface.
Along with his best friends Oz and Danielle, Colt is now training at the secret Central Headquarters Against the Occult and Supernatural academy. But strange accidents seem to follow him. . . even with the security of the school grounds. What first seems random soon turns deadly. But who is targeting Colt?
As the alien invasions increase in frequency and force, C.H.A.O.S resources are taxed to the limit and they’re forced to utilize the new recruits. In the midst of battle, Colt will discover some startling revelations . . . about himself, his friendship with Oz, and why he has been chosen to defeat this alien attack against earth.
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