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text 2019-02-01 09:35
The Beta Earth Chronicles.

 

 

 

 

 

From now (January 31, 2019) to next Friday (February 7, 2019) you can take 25% off any print book published by BearManor Media, and that includes Wes Britton's The Blind Alien! Just use the coupon code SALE25 at checkout!

 

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review 2018-11-03 21:34
Sasperia and conflict keep the excitement going!
When War Returns — The Beta Earth Chronicles: Book Three - Wesley Britton

In this, the third of the Chronicles, Malcolm has more adventures than he ever wanted.  The book gets a whole ton of excitement and kept me guessing, usually incorrectly, what was going to happen next.  Sasperia, who is an important addition to the Renbourn tribe, is a great addition to the book, and if not my favorite character, well, she is probably one with the most surprises!  The Chronicles continue to evolve with great writing, some fun humor, and new and exciting science fiction concepts.  It continues to address social, economic and political issues but with a whole different slant. 

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review 2018-11-03 19:31
A Great Science Fiction Adventure Continues!
The Blood of Balnakin - The Beta Earth Chronicles: Book Two - Wesley Britton

The Beta-Earth Chronicles takes some exciting twists and turns in this, the second book. Our Blind Alien continues to acquire wives, have adventures, and have children, but for the first time there are a few cracks in the Renbourn family solidarity. But this book is about so much more! Science Fiction religion - with All Domes conflicts, parallels some of the issues of our Earth's religious conflicts, and there are political upheavals as well. And some terrific new personalities join the tribe, with very unexpected surprises in the ever changing plot. By now, if you read The Blind Alien first (and I strongly suggest you do, because this book is a continuation of the Chronicles) you will have gotten used to the unusual way of speech, and perhaps, like me, even have fun thinking in that dialect!

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text 2015-09-18 20:11
The Blind Alien
The Blind Alien. The Beta Earth Chronicles, Book One - Wesley Britton

The Blind Alien begins when Dr. Malcolm Renbourn walks into a bank where he’s suddenly captured by a device that drags him to an alternate earth. Blinded in the capture, Malcolm endures months of torturous experiments and has no idea what is happening to him.

 

Ultimately, Malcolm begins to learn about his new planet. At first, he’s considered state property in a country that enslaves all light-skins, including the only alien from Alpha earth. Escaping into a neighboring free country, Malcolm learns even more, especially about the curse of the ancient Plague-With-No-Name that kills three out of four male babies their first year. Thus, polygamy is the norm and the basis for Beta-earth’s tribal structure. Because of this, Beta’s scientists want to imprison Malcolm hoping Alpha genes might carry the cure to a curse that defines their world. At the same time, Malcolm discovers the family of exiles and outcasts that grows around him is part of a cosmic mission directed by Olos, the goddess of Beta-earth. Then a series of disasters puts Malcolm and Tribe Renbourn in the middle of a furious global hurricane.

 

You can find more about the series at my website:

 

www.drwesleybritton.com

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text 2015-09-18 20:10
The Blind Alien
The Blind Alien. The Beta Earth Chronicles, Book One - Wesley Britton

The Blind Alien begins when Dr. Malcolm Renbourn walks into a bank where he’s suddenly captured by a device that drags him to an alternate earth. Blinded in the capture, Malcolm endures months of torturous experiments and has no idea what is happening to him.

 

Ultimately, Malcolm begins to learn about his new planet. At first, he’s considered state property in a country that enslaves all light-skins, including the only alien from Alpha earth. Escaping into a neighboring free country, Malcolm learns even more, especially about the curse of the ancient Plague-With-No-Name that kills three out of four male babies their first year. Thus, polygamy is the norm and the basis for Beta-earth’s tribal structure. Because of this, Beta’s scientists want to imprison Malcolm hoping Alpha genes might carry the cure to a curse that defines their world. At the same time, Malcolm discovers the family of exiles and outcasts that grows around him is part of a cosmic mission directed by Olos, the goddess of Beta-earth. Then a series of disasters puts Malcolm and Tribe Renbourn in the middle of a furious global hurricane.

 

You can find more about the series at my website:

 

www.drwesleybritton.com

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