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Rogue Genesis, by Ceri London
Genre: Science Fiction
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
Published: 2013
Review Posted: 7/8/2016
Reviewer Rating:
Reader Rating: Not Rated

Rogue Genesis, by Ceri London

Book Review by Marcha Fox

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"Slam-bang Action Loaded with Links between Physics and Metaphysics"

I was continually awed and amazed by the plot twists and connections woven throughout this fast-paced story. The protagonist, Niall, is a kick-ass, Special Forces type who has an uncanny knack of smelling trouble and escaping just in the nick of time. This does not escape notice by his superiors who decide to find out exactly what his psychic abilities comprise. As it turns out, even Niall doesn't understand their extent until he realizes the excursions he's enjoyed since childhood to the distant planet, Astereal, were real, leaders on that planet now looking to him to save them as it's in the process of being destroyed by the gravity of its neighboring dark stars, a.k.a. black holes.

As the U.S. military fully recognizes his talents he of course becomes a threat and the intrigue begins. Earth's magnetic grid plays an important role as do various locations where significant anomalies are known to exist and how they affect his abilities. The story cleverly weaves within its scientific premise such things as psi phenomena, astral projection, and teleportation along with a touch of conspiracy theory and the origin of ancient civilizations who possessed technologies we cannot duplicate today.

Anyone fascinated by quantum and string theory, psi phenomena, civilizations on other planets, or just any other unsolved mystery you can name or imagine up to and including "ancient aliens" will really enjoy this book and how it's all tied together in such a credible way. My only criticism is that at times the story moved faster than I would have preferred, not allowing me to ponder and visualize the various locations and characters as much as I'd like but that will undoubtedly be rectified easily enough when I read it again, which I surely will.

Author Bio

Marcha Fox is an avid science fiction fan and author with over 20 years experience at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. you can find her at

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