Rogue Genesis

  • Title: Rogue Genesis
  • Author: Ceri London
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Rogue Genesis One man Two worlds separated by a universe Space time warped by black holes In the passing of seconds on Earth Major Niall Kearey has witnessed the birth and death of generations on Astereal His mind
    One man Two worlds separated by a universe Space time warped by black holes In the passing of seconds on Earth, Major Niall Kearey has witnessed the birth and death of generations on Astereal His mind shortcuts light years to visit a fantastical world of floating sky cities populated by telepaths.Astereal is in decline, the dueling forces of black holes threaten extincOne man Two worlds separated by a universe Space time warped by black holes In the passing of seconds on Earth, Major Niall Kearey has witnessed the birth and death of generations on Astereal His mind shortcuts light years to visit a fantastical world of floating sky cities populated by telepaths.Astereal is in decline, the dueling forces of black holes threaten extinction Ancient prophecy predicts their interstellar visitor brings salvation As Niall faces the staggering truth that his alien dream world is real he and his family are targeted by secret societies, scheming politicians, and the US military.Time is running out as Astereal races towards annihilation and temporal alignment with Earth Power brokers vie for control of his capabilities Niall must act, balancing the needs of Earth, his family, and the alien civilization he has come to know and love The fate of two worlds rests on Niall Kearey s shoulders.

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    About Ceri London


    1. Author of the Shimmer In The Dark Series slipping on the edge of space time I love writing science fiction fantasy I ve been involved in a couple of writing projects over the last couple of years and have learned a lot from editing for other authors Back on Earth, life is normal I m married, mother of two girls, and a piano tutor when I m not writing.Visit my Facebook Author Page facebook Ceri.London and my blog I am developing a page devoted to the scientific inspiration for some of the fantastical ideas in my Shimmer series.Review Policy Time constraints means I focus my reading on self published authors whose work I enjoy I only honest review This means I only review books I love from genres I enjoy They rate my time, they rate at least 4 stars with that review Authors whose work I ve enjoyed tend to enjoy my work too, we have similar tastes When mutual enjoyment is discovered, I sometimes advance review beta read for those authors and they sometimes do the same for me I get to very few books because I m over committed in general I very much want time to read and review .Rating Policy I never rate less than 4 stars, usually 5 stars If I would love to read a book it gets 5 stars and Want to Read That s my rating system.


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    1. "Rogue Genesis" by Ceri London is a complex, highly intelligent and competently written Science Fiction / fantasy thriller. I don't often read Science Fiction and only let my curiosity get the better of me because several of my friends raved about this book. They were right to do so.The story is based on a excellent idea: A man from Earth who kind of lives in two worlds at the same time.The other world, Astereal, is in danger because the fragile balance of black holes holding it in place is comi [...]

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    2. PHENOMENAL!! I love this book, and I am so glad it is only the first of a series. I really took my time reading this. There was so much thought and intent put into each detail, that I wanted to make sure I took it all in. First, I love military-covert ops, strictly classified, GI-Joe, dirty politicians, shoot-em up stories - love em! I also happen to live for fantasy and science fiction especially so the two married and had this beautiful child of a book. No review I give is going to do this sto [...]

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    3. Shimmer In The Dark: Rogue Genesisby Ceri LondonIf only this book had been published a few months earlier, it would have completely taken the wind out of the sails of Messrs. Resnick and Malzberg and they could have continued mumbling into their beards unheard and ignored.This SF story is the debut novel of a young English woman who has managed to get absolutely everything right. She has plenty of hard science, carefully researched, her hero is a well-drawn US Air Force Major who specializes in [...]

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    4. So, you like scifi? How about epic, universal, telepathic, psychokinetic, electromagnetic, space-time warping, worm-holing scifi?Yeah…I thought so.This novel is all that and so much more.Rogue Genesis presents us a seemingly simple military man, Niall, who has a little something special, an uncanny intuition, and the ability to astral project out across the reaches of space. Niall soon learns he will be held responsible to save all 100 million inhabitants of an alien planet on the far side of [...]

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    5. From the very first page, Ceri London had me hooked! I liked the combination of action, drama and suspense as we take a rollercoaster of a ride throughout the novel. The character and story development were very thorough. I really liked the characters of Niall Kearey, his wife, Tami, Dr. Jacqueline Bison, and Uathach. The novel had very likeable, interesting characters, to say the least. London paints a portrait of each of her characters with such lurid words. From the humans on Earth to the bei [...]

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    6. I tend to separate my science fiction into two categories. In some SFF, the science part is a story element used as a setting or a device to keep the plot moving forward. Then there are the tales where the science is integral to the story, almost like another main character.Rogue Genesis is the latter, the kind of science fiction where I found myself googling terms like “geo-magnetic flux” and “ley lines” in my spare time.But lest you be frightened away by the science, fear not, good rea [...]

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    7. Rogue Genesis, the first novel in Ceri London's Shimmer in the Dark series, is an intricate and visionary science fiction novel that resembles a mash-up of notables like David Weber's Honor Harrington series and Peter Hamilton's The Dreaming Void. With a grand scope and intimate storytelling style, Rogue follows one man, a highly decorated and successful US special forces soldier, as he tries to save not only his family from a malevolent secret society of psychics, but also an entire alien civil [...]

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    8. I was given this book for an honest review by the author, Ceri London. First I just need to mention to all of my Christian friends that, though I am a creationist Christian, I read this book, as it was intended as a work of FICTION. So if it bothers you to even hear the word evolution, don’t bother, having said that, I just loved this book. It is a long read, but worth every minute. This is not a book you can 'skim' through; every word is part of the story. I loved the characters, especially t [...]

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    9. Can I get a whoop whoop! Loved this book. I'm not normally real big on the time travel sci fi thing, but indie author Ceri London definitely caught my attention with her writing style and a compelling story. It was a little hard to follow sometimes but I think that was more due to me than the book. Bravo to Ms London for creating a fantastic story.

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    10. Ceri London has written, in Shimmer In The Dark: Rogue Genesis one of the most powerful science fiction/fantasy novels I have read since Dune. Well, actually, it is better than Dune. More creative, with a wider range and depth of reality, that is approachable to all readers. This is, without doubt, a science fiction novel, but it also has strong ties to military-political intrigue in the present day which grounds the novel in a level of believability even when the “fiction” portion of the sc [...]

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    11. Rogue GenesisI was continually awed and amazed by the plot twists and connections woven throughout this fast-paced story. The protagonist, Niall, is a kickass, 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 childho [...]

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    12. Major Niall Kearey is an all action hero with an edge, he can sense danger before it happens. By allowing his subconscious to escape into an imaginary world he's known since he was a child, Kearey is able to identify a way out of danger and then act. But then he discovers a shocking truth. The world he's known for so long isn't imaginary but real, and they need his help to save their population before the planet's consumed by a black hole.If you like your science fiction big, full of action and [...]

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    13. Rogue Genesis by Ceri London is an awesome EPIC scifi thriller. First the cover - WOW this cover is so gorgeous it sends out mind waves - READ ME! Second the story - INCREDIBLE beyond mere words to describe. But I'll give it my best shot.Major Niall Kearey has a strange ability. He can sense danger of any kind which comes in handy for his military ops. But this gets him noticed by the wrong people - covert government types. Niall also slips out of his body when in dangerous situations and travel [...]

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    14. Another great book found in the amazon free books. I was expecting something completely different ( from some misterious reason the combination of author name and cover made me expect some cheesy sci-fi/romance) but was really really happy to be wrong. Well written, great story, great characters.

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    15. I purchased this book because the cover was very intriguing. I love science fiction and I was sure that this book was for me, and I was right. Only a third into the novel I found myself pulled into the plot like a magnet. “Rogue Genesis” by Ceri London is an amazing novel very well written and filled with a mixture of emotions, fantasy, thrill, suspense, drama and mystery. A very complex novel that kept me glued to the pages cover to cover. The story is about a man from earth Niall Kearey, h [...]

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    16. I sampled Rogue Genesis (I liked the cover and the blurb was interesting) and I have to admit I was in two minds if it was worth a purchase but the main character of Major Niall Kearey was appealing and well once the "real world" takes a back seat and Niall and the reader are thrown into the maelstrom of Astereal the story really came to life. The highly technological and mentally gifted people of the well crafted Astereal are looking for salvation from their doomed world, trapped within a star [...]

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    17. Rogue Genesis is another gem that was found thru , but it is a interstellar romp that will leave you breathless from the action and jumping between worlds. You see, the hero in this book is a very different man because he has the ability to jump between Earth and a distant world named Astreal. While he is here on earth, he is working for a private organization trying to find a link between psychic ability and what is going on with the world around us. While he is on Astreal, he is a field genera [...]

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    18. As a sci-fi writer and reader I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Often times I find myself being overly critical of other sci-fi writers especially when they add in a military aspect. But Ceri London got the military part of this book spot on. I'm not sure if she was a soldier in a past life or if she had someone helping her, but from page 1 the lingo, description and dialogue reflected a writer with a good grasp of the inner workings of the military. Major Kearey was not only realistic he was some [...]

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    19. I received a copy of this book from the author for an honest review. Truly an interesting story about the hero's ability to travel other dimensions. It wasn't until I was 30% into the book that everything started to click.The military portion was a little heavy for me, necessary to build the character of the hero. The story peaked my interest such a different concept of meeting and interaction with other alien races. Our hero is a happily married man with children. I really enjoy that aspect. Hi [...]

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    20. I was given this book by the author in exchange for an honest review (Which I totally forgot to do because I got side tracked with life eep! Better late than never).Rogue Genesis is the story of Major Niall Kearey who has the mysterious ability to project himself to the Astereal. A planet in danger, which only he has the ability to save by building a bridge between Astereal and Earth in order to save the people.Where the military part of the novel was harder for me to read then the rest (primari [...]

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    21. I've just finished this challenging novel with tears in my eyes—to my mind one of the greatest accolades I can give: emotional involvement. Just how powerful can one man's mind be? The book isn't an easy read. It requires thought. However, a weighty subject gives the best reward.The plot contains technical information, soldiering, politics, betrayal by friends, tender moments, anger and love. The author's presentation of a version of the origin of our species crept up slowly and hit me with a [...]

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    22. oh my, so breathtakingly large in its scope of our understanding of how things work on earth, in our galaxy and the universe. What really pulled me in was the mundane workings and sacrifices of a military family. Powerful forces working against them, potential for death at any moment and large blocks of time spent apart but their love for each other written so well I felt it. I was given a copy for a fair reviewIf you're into sci-fi, military style panoramic stories full to the gills with real i [...]

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    23. As with any review I refuse to give spoilers. This book is a science fiction thriller. The descriptions and imagery were intense. This book makes you feel completely involved in the action and there is plenty of action right from the beginning. I imagine that if it was shown as a 3D movie the movie goers would required seat belts to stay put during the more intense moments! Well Done!

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    24. Wonderful book, beautifully realised and full of great characters, fantastic set piece action and written with style and imagination. Ms London displays a masterly touch in a difficult genre. The characters are believable and beautifully wrought. Highly recommended. I loved it.

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    25. Hell of a ride!This book is fantastic! The exploits of Niall are amazing, and I was unsure what I was reading at the beginning. When the first show dropped, I was pleasantly surprised. I would recommend this to any scifi lover!

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    26. Great storytelling.I highly recommend this book for those that enjoy science fiction. This story is well put together, has some great tension, and a well planned ending. Congrats to the author for a great story. Looking forward to reading the next one.

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    27. One of "The 23 Best Sci Fi novels by women" best-sci-fi-books/23-best-(e-book only)

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    28. This book has great pace, fantastic character development and expertly weaves lots of events together to a very satisfying conclusion. You'll be left very glad this is a series.

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    29. An excellent, excellent story. It would make a superb movie too. I was interested the whole way through.

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    30. I was given a free copy by the author to review.-- Great cover: Very eye-catching and intriguing, makes you what to know more, and she allowed the GR community to participate by having a poll. Polls are a great way to get public feedback and gauge public responses. While one doesn't have to accept the public's vote, it is an excellent tool to use. So if you're in doubt about how something will be received by your readers, have a poll. Ms. London is very savvy in regards to gaining public partici [...]

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