Contact Imminent

Contact Imminent

Kristine Smith / Jul 17, 2019

Contact Imminent Former captain Jani Kilian is a genetically altered human idomeni hybrid who acts as a bridge of communication between two fiercely incompatible races With intergalactic civil war looming large with r

  • Title: Contact Imminent
  • Author: Kristine Smith
  • ISBN: 9780060503581
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback
  • Former captain Jani Kilian is a genetically altered human idomeni hybrid who acts as a bridge of communication between two fiercely incompatible races With intergalactic civil war looming large with renegades in the Service secretly plotting extermination Jani Kilian is being pulled once into perilous space Because a horrific act of terror is about to ignite aFormer captain Jani Kilian is a genetically altered human idomeni hybrid who acts as a bridge of communication between two fiercely incompatible races With intergalactic civil war looming large with renegades in the Service secretly plotting extermination Jani Kilian is being pulled once into perilous space Because a horrific act of terror is about to ignite a long feared conflict between human and aliend the key to the survival or destruction of human civilization is waiting for her somewhere on the edge of the universe.

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    About "Kristine Smith"

      • Kristine Smith

        Kristine Smith works as a process development scientist for a large pharmaceutical manufacturer and lives in northern Illinois.Kristine Smith also writes supernatural thrillers under the name Alex Gordon.


    485 Comments

    1. Wow, this was good.New readers should really begin with the first book. This one throws you right into the story, and although the author tightly weaves background data in, the operative word here is tightly, while accelerating the pacing rapidly.This is a very complicated story, which gets even more complicated when Jani receives a message and sees a face that throws all her assumptions right out the window. Meanwhile, there are signs of conspiracy right at home, the target her Idomeni mentor.E [...]


    2. Okay, so I'm a book junky. I read almost everything and anything. I loved this sci-fi series. I read them back to back. They're well crafted and create an interesting new world and alien cultures to explore. Great read. -BD


    3. Not my favorite in the series so far, really a 3.5, but still quite good. I can't tell if part of my feeling of a slower pace was because I was reading an oddly formatted ebook. It's never been a super page turner of a series, more political and social drama than action/adventure. But the changing POV in this one didn't help. I didn't really enjoy the sections about Micah, but I did see the point. And the action certainly picked up near the end! Battles will do that for a story.My only real hesi [...]


    4. This is the best of the series and gives an excellent pay off for those who have stayed with the series form the beginning. I had come to care so deeply for the characters that I had a hard time putting it down to sleep at night because I needed to find out what happened to everyone. Not action packed like a David Weber book this is more dramatic suspense with a touch of science fiction. This is not light reading and some of the adult themes would make it inappropriate for kids. An excellent con [...]


    5. I wouldn't recommend this. Unimaginative aliens, horrible sentence structure (sentence fragments everywhere). The back of the book says aliens and humans are "fiercely incompatible" but I see no evidence of this in the actual book. The story is okay, but nothing amazing. Read it if there is nothing else handy and you are bored out of your skull.


    6. While the contents of the book were interesting, there was little to drive the reader forward. A much slower paced book, making it more of a slog than a page-turner. Not a horrendous offering, but not one I can recommend unless the next in the series picks up the pace.


    7. This is the fourth book in a series of five. The story is building nicely. There is just a enough sex to keep it interesting. I am looking forward to book five.



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