A New Threat (The Psygen Chronicles Book 1)

A New Threat The Psygen Chronicles Book When an alien ship lands unexpectedly in the middle of her clan s territory Bast is sent to investigate as part of her scout trial After an accident she meets these new visitors She and her senior s

  • Title: A New Threat (The Psygen Chronicles Book 1)
  • Author: Aaron DeMott
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When an alien ship lands unexpectedly in the middle of her clan s territory, Bast is sent to investigate as part of her scout trial After an accident, she meets these new visitors She and her senior scout Rrrark are invited to return with the aliens to their home planet to open diplomatic relations What started out as a simple diplomatic mission becomes complicated whenWhen an alien ship lands unexpectedly in the middle of her clan s territory, Bast is sent to investigate as part of her scout trial After an accident, she meets these new visitors She and her senior scout Rrrark are invited to return with the aliens to their home planet to open diplomatic relations What started out as a simple diplomatic mission becomes complicated when they discover a pirate scheme that might be than it seems Only Bast, Rrrark, and two of the aliens called Pysgens are capable of stopping the pirates.

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    1. This book is a good old-fashioned space opera in the tradition of Star Trek. The characters are engaging and intriguing. Much between them goes unsaid, but that's half the fun. The writing is light and lean, and frequently shows a hint of humor.Why four stars? Although I had a ton of fun reading this story, it lacked the can't-put-it-down factor. I could and did put this book down, sometimes for days at a time. The characters are interesting, and the plot is fascinating and well thought out, but [...]

    2. For Star Trek Fans and Cat LoversFans of classic science fiction like "Star Trek" will like this book. The book features a strong ensemble cast, especially the relationships between Bast, Tomed, Nilre, and Roarrk. The sentient feline species was clever and well-done. The story is fast paced with strong characters. A few details were a bit glossed over and the ending a bit abrupt but overall, I enjoyed it. I believe this is the first in a series, and I look forward to more.

    3. So far I've seen a lot of reviews comparing this novel to Star Trek.I think their wrong, A New Threat by Aaron DeMott is much more like Star Wars. How can everyone not see it? The series is titled: The Psygen Chronicles. The Psygens are a group of powerful people sworn to uphold peace and administer justice throughout the galaxy. Sound Familiar? They might not have light sabers but they do have power enhancing backpacks. Also the title A New Threat. The fist star wars movie was called A New Hope [...]

    4. The story begins among the stars as a ship, suffering from a pirate attack, crash lands on a foreign planet with a whole new race of intelligent beings to discover. My book club chose this book as our next monthly read and I was curious to dive in. Science-fiction is not my cup a tea. Unfortunately. So I was a bit lost on the technology and all the acronyms. I don't know if it was the fact that is was sci-fi or life circumstances at the time or a combination of both, I couldn't finish the book i [...]

    5. This was a fun book about large, intelligent cats and psionic humans working together to stop a band of pirates.I particularly liked how balanced all the characters were, especially the psionic sorts. There were aspects of this book that reminded me of Star Wars, but it is an original tale that held my interest from beginning to end.

    6. The first few pages of this book made me uncertain, but that rapidly changed. Right up front this spaceship crew is forced to land on a new planet due to a pirate attack in space. From this point I was a happy reader! Messka are a race that looks and acts like huge speaking "sentient" cats! SeQuish an amphibious and have their own restrooms on the station. Bast (an ancient name for cats) is a young calico who is Queen Meer's daughter. She and Rrrark go with the strange upright humans to find out [...]

    7. This is a richly envisioned clean sci-fi novel. I was pulled into the story immediately and enjoyed the adventure all the way to the last sentence. Bast stole the show for me – I loved her whimsical nature, fierce loyalty, and, impetuous temperament. Her curiosity and quirky mannerisms often had me chuckling out loud. I loved the description of Bast’s home planet and the society and culture was described so beautifully that I had no trouble picturing it in my mind. I also loved the descripti [...]

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