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The Daughters of the Moon

Project Earth, Book 1
Narrated by: Sean Duregger
Length: 10 hrs and 13 mins
3 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Journey to the creation of our current race of humans. Created by alien gods, we, the e-hums, have been taught what to believe, and implanted with thoughts and images from another world. Our alien creators have been monitoring us and controlling us through various methods. Finally, the time has come for mankind to make a decision.

Will we fight the battle with these alien gods? Do we have what it takes? Or, will we succumb to their mighty will and continue being a slave to them? Will another alien force step in to help us?

Dive into this immensely rich story about mankind's creation, its evolution to this point in time, and the possible future. The Daughters of the Moon is not like your conventional science fiction novel or non-fiction piece. Is this a true story about mankind, or is it just a figment of our imagination, a science-fiction fantasy that is not even close to the truth? You be the judge after listening to The Daughters of the Moon.

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I Tried Hard To Find Something I Liked

It is hard for me not to like a book. I have put in several hours trying to get through this book and I sadly cannot get into it.

I am having a hard time figuring out if this book is about a made up fictional religion for a story or if this is a nonfiction, new religion. I really cannot tell. I have tried to read a bit more about the story, and I still cannot decipher. I enjoy reading books that put me out of my comfort zone, but this book was a little too far out for me, and I found it dry.

Sean Duregger kept me going further in the book then I would have naturally done on my own.

I did receive a copy of this book at my request, and I have voluntarily left this review.

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Great for fans of the ancient astronaut theory

I’m a huge fan of the ancient astronaut theory, huge skeptic of it, but can’t get enough of it. I felt this book fit in somewhere between the ancient astronaut theory and The Da Vinci Code conspiracy. I enjoyed this book quite a bit, but this has some theories that you have to stretch a bit to get behind. I think a lot of it is mixed with believable theories or actual truth and so it was often hard for me not to be swayed toward Nathan's assertions. In the end, much like ancient astronauts, I would label this more science fiction than truth, but still an enjoyable listen. You can tell there was a lot of research and thought put into this book.

I found a lot of this fascinating and was quite surprised that I hadn’t heard more of these assertions in my personal research. I think that if you step away from some of the theories being presented, there were some decent messages. Not everything was religious based and I think it presented some ideas that people of every faith can embrace. My only real complaint is that the book is quite long and can be a bit tedious to sit for long hours and listen.

Duregger did a great job narrating. Since this is not a character driven book, his cadence and inflection kept the book moving forward and provided the needed energy to not make this sound like a textbook. I especially enjoyed how he picked up his pitch when he narrated the author’s response to his own assertion.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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