Ellane Williams bitterly hates the aliens who are invading the Earth, but when she takes a stand against them she gets more than she bargained for. Join Ellane as she struggles with an unwelcome metamorphosis, an unwanted new identity, and the end of life as she knows it. To survive, we must all fight not to become the evil we oppose....
©2010 Sandra Miller (P)2013 Sandra Miller
The most interesting aspect was about "attitudes". How attitudes change when actually getting to know someone...and getting to know yourself.
Nothing comes to mind
Examine my attitudes more closely.
This is an excellent novella professionally narrated and I would recommend it to everyone.
The story was fun, and had a couple of likable characters. None of the characters were particularly believable, nor, for that matter was the plot. The villains had bond-esque moments where their dialogue was used for exposition.
The voice helped cover up a lot of the bad dialogue. The character's, particularly the old drunk and the southern waitress felt very real.
Not a bad way to spend an hour.
The invasion was interesting but the peaceful solution was farfetched.
No I haven't.
I would if I had read the print version.
The conflict with the main character.
The feeling of someone who you know is telling the tale, not just some stranger.
The Enemy in the Mirror: A New Hope
Gabrielle is awesome.
Interesting, impressive, valuable
Gabrielle is really doing good! Very nice voice and professional in story telling!
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