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Tenth Planet Download à PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ä ★ [PDF / Epub] ☄ Tenth Planet By Dean Wesley Smith ✪ – Gwairsoft.co.uk The exciting first novel in a new series that blends the blockbuster thrills of an alien invasion adventure and state of the art astronomical detail Mankind has just discovered that a tLl also discover that the planet's hibernating inhabitants emerge every years to harvest a new supply of food from Eart. A fun short read with a great idea but less than spectacular execution The seuels are worth it if you feel you want the whole story though there is nothing new discovered after about midway through the second one From there it's all just trying up the various story threads

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F the art astronomical detail Mankind has just discovered that a tenth planet exists in the solar system And soon it wi. This one was super cheezy An archaeologist notices a pattern of every 2006 years a layer of black dust covers large swashes of the planet What could it be Aliens of course And they are on schedule for another pass at the planet How can we combat them Stay tuned for book 2

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Tenth PlanetThe exciting first novel in a new series that blends the blockbuster thrills of an alien invasion adventure and state o. After two archaeologists independently discover a thin black layer of soot buried underground at a level that suggests an age of approximately 2000 years they combine their knowledge and figure out that there are events that happen every 2006 years that wipe out all organic material in specific locations around the earth They soon figure out that it is an alien planet that orbits back past us once every and uses our living matter as food This cycle goes back at least 20000 years And guess what It's been 2006 years since their last visit I was surprised and encouraged by how much I enjoyed the book There were issues with how it was written in terms of seeming inconsistencies and my fervent dislike of authors trying to write from an alien culture's perspective that made me give it a three star rating But my enjoyment of the overall story brought it closer to 35 but I can't do that here As a note this is book 1 of 3