The Eve of Destruction by GE Stills (ARC Review by Derek – #NerdGirlDad)


Title:  The Eve of Destruction

Author:  GE Stills

Published Date: Expected Jan 15th 2015

Genre: Sci Fi


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For her entire life Naa’dia has been taught to hate humans. She has been augmented physically and is a ruthless dealer of death. Now, disguised as a human woman, she comes to Earth on a mission to find Teelan. As she seeks to accomplish her mission, she will carry out her second goal, to cause massive devastation and kill as many humans as possible. Can Trevor, the leader of World Security, find her and stop her rain of death and destruction. Trevor is not an ordinary human, nor are many members of his family.


***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***
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***Derek – #NerdGirlDad’s  Review***
This is a unique work in my experience. The story started in ‘From The Distant Past’ continues and you eventually meet many of the characters you know so well. Before then, though, comes the reason I call this a unique work. We look at the conflict between the Men-gar and everyone else in the universe through the eyes of a surgically disguised Men-gar female who appears and sounds human- and a ravishingly attractive one at that and is a trained assassin. Her mission is to find Teelan and do any sabotage she can before she is inevitably caught as she expects.
As those of you who follow my reviews will already know, I don’t go in for spoilers but will tell you that you will sympathise with her before the end of the book, even though she has killed many by then, tortured several and destroyed the mind of one of the characters you already know.
You will, I have no doubt, enjoy the tale as much as the earlier books and will join me in congratulating the author on such an unusual approach. Read and enjoy!

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  • Gary Stillman

    Great review. Thank you Derek.

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