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Invaders PDF, ePub eBook The battle for Earth begins with a secret invasion... They came from the brightest star in the southern constellation of Carina. First they studied us. Now they're among us, threatening human existence as they search for the Starcore, the greatest device of the lost Polarions. Logan is captured in the Nevada desert, but escapes in Greenland. There he finds an extraterrestria The battle for Earth begins with a secret invasion... They came from the brightest star in the southern constellation of Carina. First they studied us. Now they're among us, threatening human existence as they search for the Starcore, the greatest device of the lost Polarions. Logan is captured in the Nevada desert, but escapes in Greenland. There he finds an extraterrestrial stealth ship, giving him the means to take the battle to the enemy. He will fight the aliens underground. He will fight them in the sky, and he will fight them in space. He will never surrender. Logan becomes a one-man wrecking crew while using alien technology better than any being alive.

30 review for Invaders

  1. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    I’ve enjoyed the author’s other series, and I really tried to like this one – I had to quit this first installment of a new series at the 86% mark on my Kindle as this one was too over the top on the main character always finding something to save the day, but what I found to be highly annoying was the incessant and immature dialogue between the main character and the artificial intelligence. Luckily, I picked this up for free with my Kindle Unlimited subscription or I would have felt robbed pay I’ve enjoyed the author’s other series, and I really tried to like this one – I had to quit this first installment of a new series at the 86% mark on my Kindle as this one was too over the top on the main character always finding something to save the day, but what I found to be highly annoying was the incessant and immature dialogue between the main character and the artificial intelligence. Luckily, I picked this up for free with my Kindle Unlimited subscription or I would have felt robbed paying the $3.99 price. If you have enjoyed the author’s other series, I would highly recommend you give this one a pass.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Douglas W. Snyder

    Misses the mark! This book is fine, if you are 12. The whole concept and all the plots and subplots are very juvenile. The action scenes are iffy at best and far to many convenient things happen in just the nick of time. The aliens are not convincing and have the mentality of third graders. Nothing against them. The only reason I finished it, is because I always do and was hoping it would get better. It didn't. I will not be reading any other books in this series.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Brian J. Crawford,Sr

    Fast paced and entertaining I enjoyed the book. The one good guy against the universe theme. He saves the Earth and he gets the girl. I'm definitely reading the next book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    John

    Logan, head of security for a massive solar power generation facility in the Nevada desert, stumbles on a group of aliens trying to patch up damaged artificial intelligence crystal. He is captured by another group of aliens, transported to their base in Greenland. After "befriending" a small AI crystal which he names Raz, Logan escapes and finds himself back in Nevada. There are numerous times when the pair escapes by the skin of their teeth, as they struggle to save the earth from the wrath of Logan, head of security for a massive solar power generation facility in the Nevada desert, stumbles on a group of aliens trying to patch up damaged artificial intelligence crystal. He is captured by another group of aliens, transported to their base in Greenland. After "befriending" a small AI crystal which he names Raz, Logan escapes and finds himself back in Nevada. There are numerous times when the pair escapes by the skin of their teeth, as they struggle to save the earth from the wrath of Min Ve and also from the Polarians. There is a lot of action, a sideline love interest, and several loose ends.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Edgar Guedez

    Quality different Logan in action Lots of weird things happens as you cruise along the pages of this :/b took. Aliens with advanced technology but that as single individuals are easy to kill. A human superhero that takes the fighting against the powerful aliens by himself with j u st a single piece of help, a magic crystal with almost unlimited power. It's an entertaining reading.

  6. 4 out of 5

    ALAN HAMILTON

    Fun read, not to technical. Has enough diversity in the story to keep it interesting. Would recommend it to original Star trek fans. ??. ₩¥£€_%==×The review is complete. ...........................................??....?...........................................× Fun to read, to technical. Has enough diversity in the story to keep it interesting. Would recommend to Original Star Trek fans

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ken

    Not Heppners best but still a good read Plotting was haphazard and confusing at times. This resulted due to Protagonist facing multiple enemies helped along with a sentient crystal friend. Nevertheless, Mr. Heppner’s writing is electric. I will read rest of series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Brett McAlister

    Hard to put down I find that I particularly like Vaughn Heppner's writing style. It's hard to put the book down. I definitely will be reading more of his works including the sexual to Invaders.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ross Johnson

    Exciting story telling, a bit fantastical but worthy I liked it. Sort of ex military man thrown into alien invasion scenario which with a bit of suspension, makes a good tale. I am buying the next one in the series. I think that is my best review artifact.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Donald A. Hensch

    Good read. One of Heppner's better efforts. Lots of action, believable characters. Moved along well. Kept the human interests going. Looking forward to the next book Most enjoyable.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mike Reynolds

    A good read that includes myriad crisis that must be solved to protect the earth. Not a budding classic but a book, and series, to be read purely for enjoyment. I highly recommend this book, and series.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Michael Fraser

    Great story. A well written action pack book with a look at what it could possibly be when earth is first visit by alians in future.well done,would love a series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Htb2050

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Pretty good but probably it falls short because the story takes place on earth.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    I really enjoyed this book!

  15. 5 out of 5

    John W McKinney

    A good read A good action packed sci fi story. Fast moving, easy to read, good plot. Looking forward to the next books in the series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    James T. Johnson II

    Great book. More believable than a lot of stories. Just bought the next in the series. Hope it is as a good as the rest of your books that I have read. 👍

  17. 5 out of 5

    Marcelo Arteaga Mata

    Meh, it was ok. To many deus ex machina for my taste.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Woody James

    Took me awhile to get into it.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Rochina C. Davis

    Good read Enough exciting action to keep it interesting. Hope for more to come. Hepner is a good author, love his work.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Cordelia the Ardent Reader

    Good story, but not the best, or near the best SCI-FI I've read. But then again, maybe it's just me

  21. 4 out of 5

    eric

    Great book This was a great book. I could hardly put it down. Story flowed well. I can't wait to read the next book in the series. I've liked all this author's books so far.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jesse Deleon

    Great story for late night reading. Thank you Vaughn Heppner for a great story for staying up late night reading. I couldn't stop turning page's. A fan.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Doug

    Great book - underwhelming humans fight back and continue to do so at every step. Resilience and persistence. Not heroes just hard work. Great book

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dow

    Wonderful! Good ole sci-fi done right. Liked the plot, the way it is written, proper grammar and spelling. It a fun read and I recommend it.

  25. 5 out of 5

    NormaCenva

    Actual Rating 2,5 Stars

  26. 5 out of 5

    Campbell, c

    Invaders lost . As usual Vaughan Heppner weaves a story of intrigue and space cowboys. Falling into a invasion by space privateers Logan goes from being a captive to protecting earth with the help of a living crystal. Hard to put this book down. So take the twists and turns, the teleportation, the entrapment, and the winning over all odds. Enjoy!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mr Lawrence D Ming

    Unintentional hero He didn't want it to be real, he was in the wrong place when the aliens attacked. One thing lead to another and he ended up saving earth and rescuing a pretty woman in the bargain.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Chung Lee

    I was debating if I should give this 3, 4 or 5 star. Story itself was fun with various twist and turns as our hero tries to fight off an alien invasion mostly by himself. But there was something lacking the whole time I was reading this. So I went with the average and gave it 4 stars.

  29. 4 out of 5

    John Lewis

    Quick sci-fi story A rather light hearted sci-fi novel which deserves to be made into a series. Read was quick and easy but fun. Heppners writing is simple and straightforward. The content was sufficient to allow you to grasp what was going on without bogging down with too much detail. A good read!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mike Nemeth

    With "Invaders," prolific author Vaughn Heppner chooses the present day to unfold his adventure. The novel begins with a security specialist named Logan who gets stranded on a remote Nevada highway when an anomaly something like an EMP causes his Jeep to stall. He hoofs it in his dress shoes to the solar farm he's meant to protect. There he finds a red ray that teleports alien looking tanks to the ground. He rubs his eyes. He doesn't believe what he sees. But in doing this, he acts very unlike a With "Invaders," prolific author Vaughn Heppner chooses the present day to unfold his adventure. The novel begins with a security specialist named Logan who gets stranded on a remote Nevada highway when an anomaly something like an EMP causes his Jeep to stall. He hoofs it in his dress shoes to the solar farm he's meant to protect. There he finds a red ray that teleports alien looking tanks to the ground. He rubs his eyes. He doesn't believe what he sees. But in doing this, he acts very unlike any Heppner character I'm familiar. He second guesses himself. His bumbling nearly gets himself killed multiple times. But he's ex military, so eventually some sort of training kicks in. Still, he gets caught after killing some suit wearing aliens, who are very nasty. This causes him to be hauled to an ancient installation in Greenland. The theme is that long ago, Earth was the site of a massive conflict involving artificial intelligence and a race known as the Polarians, who may or may not be what humankind has come to know as God. Theological undercurrents run through a lot of Heppner's work. Invaders does a good job of making sense of that concept while spinning a really excellent yarn about how Earth is just a piece of a highly complex universe of good guys, bad guys and long dead Polarians who awaken only to die at the hands of pirates. This had flashes of the Heppner I've come to know after scores of books, and it definitely begins to hit its stride as the story progressed. I suspect with his endless imagination the next one, if he writes it, will be even better.

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