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  • First Contact
  • By: Peter Cawdron
  • Narrated by: Gary Tiedemann
  • Length: 13 hrs and 49 mins
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By: Peter Cawdron
Narrated by: Gary Tiedemann
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Summary

Two years have passed since comet Anduru skimmed the clouds of Saturn on its way to Earth.

Kath and Nolan are looking for answers, trying to find ways to protect Earth from the possibility of an invasive alien species overrunning the planet.

The US Presidential Election changes the political landscape. With new, hostile leadership, Kath and Nolan find themselves out of favor. Lies continue to dominate social media. Perhaps the greatest threat doesn't come from the stars. Perhaps there's already a generation of vipers here on Earth.

First Contact is a series of standalone novels that explore humanity's first interactions with extraterrestrial life. Although Generation of Vipers is a sequel to Wherever Seeds May Fall, it can be listened to as a standalone novel.

©2022 Peter Cawdron (P)2022 Podium Audio

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  • mirocal
  • 16-09-22

Military sequel to the better Wherever the seeds may fall

There’s is really no new SF ideas in this book, it just builds on the previous book’s panspermia premise. The action is well written and alert, like a slow motion blockbuster scenario, while the story centers more on fighting the conspiracy theories epidemics than developing on science ideas. The opposition humanity’s vipers versus alien ones is a good point but not made compelling enough.