One thrill-seeker will receive:
- iPad2 with Wi-Fi
- Copies of the C.H.A.O.S. novels, Invasion and Alienation
Grab your copy of Alienation and join Jon on the evening of February 7th for an author chat, spy training (How much do you know about alien invaders?) and lots of giveaways.
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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Well, this was an interesting story with a creative plot. I have to admit it pulled me in. I felt like I was reading a cross between Spy Kids and The X Men, but with a unique twist that added a slight faith element as well. I thought it was fun, too, because I knew the places the author referred to in Arizona. That made the book more special to me. The mystery regarding the Thule and who was trying to kill Colt pulled me along and kept me reading. I enjoyed how the author made the teens so realistic and how they had to work together. While a bit violent at times, I still found the story captivating. I could see why it would appeal to young people who enjoy science fiction. I'm not sure sci fi is my thing, but I would probably read another book by Jon S. Lewis. In fact, I can see this as a TV series or a movie. Jon is a gifted writer. I enjoyed the crazy dialog and getting introduced to a fictional world through the author's imagination.
*** An advance review copy of this book was provided for me to review for the tour. The publicist requested an honest opinion in exchange for the opportunity to read this book. My opinion is posted above.