4 out of 4 stars
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The book, Nemesis Horizon Project, depicts transformational journey of a normal human being Seth who is embarrassed with his obesity and who is obsessed with sex; to one of the Reptilian leaders at Mars. What seems like a simple story at the beginning turns into a complex plot involving inter species war for earth, moon and mars. On one side was the Illuminati who were ruling the human beings and on the other side were reptilians who were lead by a character called "GrandDad". Again, the complexity of the plot doesn't stop at interspecies war. A 3000 year old inter-world war is at the background of the story.
All characters of the plot are interlinked which may not be visible in the first part. Seth has a half brother, probably Stefan. Stefan with his partner David have triplet hybrid sons; Tyler, Tyrone and Trek; who are targeted by both homo sapiens and Reptilians. Trek takes refuge from Reptilians at Morris who is protecting human abductees and was a partner of Seth in past. Tyrone who took refuge at Antarctica was warned by Albert about the DNA tests on human beings. Albert lived with Raymond, who was Seth's second partner and a human blood smuggler hybrid. There is a character, Braxton who heals human beings with his reptilian healing power. He has made followers and is acting on behalf of Grandad to win Earth from Human beings.
The story is full of twists and surprises, which makes the reader stick to the story, till it is completed. Eric Stephen also puts emphasis on gay relationships and involves deep emotions in the plot. Granddad origin is still a suspense. He seems to be a product of DNA manipulation from planet X, which is a spaceship and comes to our solar system after every 3000 years. The book again ends with a suspense. Annunnakis shall enter the galaxy within a year for a inter-world war.
This book illustrates a lot about Seth in the beginning of the story, which could have been reduced in content as it seemed not to relate to the main plot. But till the end of the plot, one comes to know about the links.
I rate this book four out of four stars. The book is a must for all Sci-fi lovers. As the book involves detailed description of sex, it seems fit for the readers who are teenagers and above in age.
Nemesis Horizon Project
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