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Resurrection Five thousand years ago the Kinley built a ship capable of traveling faster than light It carried a group of scientists to a small distant planet a primitive place called Earth Its mission was peace

  • Title: Resurrection
  • Author: Arwen Elys Dayton
  • ISBN: 9780451458346
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Paperback
  • Five thousand years ago, the Kinley built a ship capable of traveling faster than light It carried a group of scientists to a small, distant planet a primitive place called Earth Its mission was peaceful observation But when the ship was destroyed, the Kinley crew found themselves stranded in ancient Egypt, participants in the pageant of life in the time of the PharaoFive thousand years ago, the Kinley built a ship capable of traveling faster than light It carried a group of scientists to a small, distant planet a primitive place called Earth Its mission was peaceful observation But when the ship was destroyed, the Kinley crew found themselves stranded in ancient Egypt, participants in the pageant of life in the time of the Pharaohs They buried remnants of their technology deep beneath the desert and sent a last desperate message home.Five thousand years later, the Kinley homeworld hovers on the brink of extinction An enemy that nearly obliterated their race has risen again now with the ability to destroy them for good A lone Kinley soldier named Pruit is sent on a desperate mission to follow the ancient beacon back to Earth and recover the secrets to faster than light travel It is their last hope Technology that once allowed them to cross vast reaches of space might allow them to outrun their enemies and find a safe world to call their own But Pruit s mission will be harder than she can imagine Her quest will draw her enemies after her and will awaken ancient foes on Earth As she gets closer to what she seeks, she will find each adversary willing to risk everything to stop her, each hoping to steal the knowledge for themselves.The rivals will meet in modern day Egypt and their struggle will alter the fate of worlds 2012 Arwen Elys Dayton P 2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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    1. Sara Meehan on said:

      It's a rare combination: sci-fi meets Egyptology."Resurrection" starts by introducing its heroine, Pruit Pax, as she awakens from a form of hibernation. She and her partner, Niks, are on a years-long journey from their home planet, Herrod, to Earth in search of the remains of a former expedition. Their race - humans, same as you and I - is at war with a race of true aliens, and Pruit has to find technology from that previous group of explorers so her people (the Kinley) can survive. Her arrival [...]

    2. Kat Shriver on said:

      This story will earn and keep your attention: One thing that annoys me about some authors is how they drone on about peripheral, irrelevant details that have nothing to do with the story. With such authors you have this vague sense that they're just showing off -- "Oh, look at how many adjectives I know! Look how I just made a cool metaphor!" and you're tempted to skip ahead but you're not sure if you might be missing something important. Not this author! There are beautiful metaphors and engagi [...]

    3. Dan on said:

      Deeply subpar. I picked up this book on a whim, having found it on the top-rated in SF list on . If I had glanced at the full spectrum of reviews and ratings, I would have avoided it and saved some time.The prose is the most obvious issue. Dayton is simply not a particularly proficient writer. If she has a love of the language - and it is not clear from this novel that she does - that love does not translate into any actual talent.Characterization is by and large also very flawed, although the c [...]

    4. John Bechill on said:

      Cold picked this book and was quiet surprised. I liked the descriptions of the two protagonists. She made them very alien and very alien to each other. The way they live and understand the world conflicts at a fundamental level. She sets up a really interesting point of view conflict. Since neither party is inherently evil, she makes you feel empathetic to both parties. The descriptions of how she envisions future technology is creative. I always enjoy writers who have interesting takes on how t [...]

    5. Graham Storrs on said:

      This was shaping up to be a pretty good sci-fi novel - until it turned into a fantasy novel with a really disappointing ending. The premise - an alien visit to Earth many years ago is the key to saving one alien faction in a modern-day war many light-years away - was interesting, and the writing was solid. Sadly, the whole plot ended up hingeing on a magical, telepathic mind-meld and it turns out reincarnation is real - blowing away all credibility as a sci-fi story and leaving me shaking my hea [...]

    6. Nathan Douglas on said:

      Good. Not as good as sausage and cheese. Felt a bit amateurish, like the author had to spell out what people were feeling instead of letting the story and characters speak for themselves.

    7. T on said:

      Another great "read and listen for free" book. Love this narrator, and especially loved the story of how these people influenced ancient Egypt. Well, fictionally at least, but I've always had my suspicions ;)

    8. Rebecca (agirlirlblog, bekkilyn) on said:

      While I was admittedly dubious about reading a book by an author named Arwen, the book still sounded interesting and had an intriguing cover. Also, I was delighted to find it was a standalone novel and not part of a series, so I ignored the author's name and checked the book out as my Kindle Prime lending library choice for this month.What was especially fun about this book is that it combined science fiction with all the trappings of "aliens" (though some are human) and space travel, with event [...]

    9. Lee Browman on said:

      I forget how I got recommend this book (maybe ?), but after some hard core classics, felt it was time to have some mental candy floss, and enjoy some pulp sci-fi.The basic story of this book was very good, and the way that it fed back into Earth's history was nice. In many ways the history part was used like Dan Brown - take factoids that you can not dispute, but then wrap a story around them, that you know is wrong, but cannot put your finger on where it is wrong.Never the less, it was a fun, a [...]

    10. Justin on said:

      I got this book on a whim. It was recommended by amazon due to something I purchased and/or put into my wishlist. I went into it thinking if nothing else it was cheap and I like Sci-Fi, and Ancient Egyptian myth. I was pleasantly surprised. In fact, I quite like the story.It follows three civilizations:The Kinley: Who are on the brink of annihilation. They were nuclear attacked by another world and are about to be attacked again. They have a technology heavily based in biology as they do not hav [...]

    11. Nina Bradley on said:

      I did think the writing in Resurrection was amateurish and didn't flow smoothly. Ordinarily that would completely turn me off to a book, but I actually enjoyed this story quite a lot. I have a difficult time with sci-fi that introduces entire new species and cultures without having a frame of reference to place them in, so having much of the action occur on Earth kept me interested. Although I am not an "ancient alien" believer, I did enjoy the way the author incorporated some of those myths int [...]

    12. Thomas Heath on said:

      If you're at all familiar with the work on an ancient Egypt by John Anthony West, you're likely to enjoy this work of speculative fiction as much as I did. Present-tense science fiction like you'll find in Ressurection seems like a greater writing challenge than futuristic, far-out fare such as Dune or Star Wars, but I'd put this title in that league. I enjoyed the characters and their relationships, and the believable technologies from other worlds kept the story rolling along without feeling t [...]

    13. Mike J on said:

      This book has some great concepts woven into a strong sci-fi plot. But, unfortunately, the book is largely plot driven - and the writing doesn't move very fast. Slow pacing in a plot driven book can become maddeningly boring In a great book, the challenge is always to put it down long enough to get anything else done. With Resurrection, the challenge was remembering to get back to it. This was a disappointment, especially since the story held so much potential. And then the reviews only built ex [...]

    14. Tony Kelly on said:

      Such a good premise, and so poorly done. It took half the book to even get the story started. The only character I connected with was Jean-Claude, a relatively minor character. The first death is kind of a reverse of Chekhov's gun - instead of setting something up as deadly, the character just died followed by an "Oh yeah, did I mention that might be deadly?" Same thing with the villain, who seemed to be added as an afterthought. All that being said, I was leaning toward upping this to two stars [...]

    15. Matt on said:

      Read this only because it was the #2 downloaded Kindle novel that week, and it was 99 cents. While it had a decent idea for a story, it wasn't all that good. The characters were dull and forgettable. There was a decent tie in to ancient Egyptian culture with the original Kinley expedition, but while it made sense, it was boring.The ending was extremely predictable and lacked any real dramatic resolution. Everything just falls into place. 3/5 because I am feeling generous today

    16. David Rasner on said:

      Resurrection by Arwen Elys Dayton ( Author) 3.43 · rating details · 100 ratings · 28 reviews 2600 B.C.The first ship built by the Kinley race capable of travelling faster than the speed of light, the Champion is sent to explore a tiny blue planet called Earth. But the Champion's first mission would also be its last.Present DayThe Kinley race is nearly extinct, wiped out by a warlike race called the Lucien. Their only hope for survival lies in the technolo

    17. Daniel on said:

      This is a science fiction tale that brings an interplanetary conflict onto Earth's doorstep--circa 2600 BC. I liked how author Dayton connected alien doings with early human history, and how she brought this conflict into the present day. If she publishes more fiction--especially space opera--I will read it.

    18. Rob on said:

      I really enjoyed this one. The author did an excellent job of character development, plotting and maintaining and escalation of conflict that keeps the reader wanting more right to the very end. A few editing errors were found, but for an independently published book, it was very well done. Definitely recommended.

    19. David on said:

      Fun to read. A kinda-pulpy sci fi novel (which is always a good thing). Though I don't believe in Ancient Aliens I really enjoy books about them, it seems. :-) And I'm a sucker for most anything set in ancient Egypt.

    20. Debbi on said:

      I really enjoyed the beginning of this book. The ending fell flat: too neatly wrapped up and a bit forced. Some bits of the storyline were never well explained. I just wish there was a bit more to the whole book!

    21. Jamie Marvin on said:

      This book has a great flow to it. I thoroughly enjoyed Dayton's theory of past lives and how the Egyptian pyramids were constructed from an alien survey team. I actually sort of believe her theories might be more fact than fiction. Great Sci-Fi!!

    22. Mike Farrell on said:

      A refreshingly original story A nice combination of alien interaction with ancient Earth and the impact over 5,000 years.A vicious war between 2 worlds 8 light years from earth has both worlds sending missions to earth to recover the technology for faster than light speed space travel. About 5,000 years ago, an exploratory mission to earth using this faster than light speed technology lost their ship in an earthquake and were never able to return home. Intermingling with the inhabitants of ancie [...]

    23. Greg Todd on said:

      Sometimes after reading only a couple chapters I can't go any further. This is one of those books.Pruit is speaking to her younger brother Makus after he has been selected to become one of the Sentinel. Nonsensical exchanges such as the one below annoy me so much I can't read any more. She "forgets" what seems to be a basic Law in their society. Really? Page filler nonsense!Makus was silent, and a sudden thought occurred to Pruit. She turned to him. “Makus, have you ever been outside?” He sh [...]

    24. Payal on said:

      As a space saga, the use of technology and available resources were well varied. I loved that it didn't include MINING in any shape or form. So hurray for that. However, there was little variation in the human customs and the characters were rather flat and entirely undeserving of any emotional investment. I did like the ultimate misunderstanding by Lucian and Kinley that had perpetuated and kept them at war - seems much more plausible.

    25. *StarrERauliuk on said:

      ??? What is humanity outlook for the future???I am not a true SIFY Fan. But, personally believe there are many other planets out there. Will our world as we know it open to this or fight to destroy our chances to teach and share with others. The May look different but Kai fain the same goals with means to go forward. I liked the book. If we have open our minds, the whole galaxy is our oyster. We learn much and teach, what, we know. 4 thumbs up😊

    26. Melissa on said:

      Flat, That is the word that keeps coming to mind about this book. The characters are all very one dimensional and flat, the story telling is all very predictable and flat. It showed some promise and then falls flat. It is a very slow paced book and not a lot of depth in it.

    27. Jen Voszler on said:

      Overall decent but left me wanting more. I think the author could've written more about the technology and explored that in greater depth and detail. Also, I didn't dislike the ending but it felt a bit rushed and wrapped up a little too neatly and nicely.

    28. Jess on said:

      I technically did not finish this book, and can not finish it. Had to push myself to get even half way through and cant do it anymore. I had such high hopes for this book. Horrible, horrible.

    29. richard D Dougherty on said:

      YesDon't you just love it when you find a new author as good as arwen. I am looking for more of her work Would even make a great movie

    30. Apollo Adama on said:

      Had potentialWas enjoyable to read up until the last 25% of the book and then got cheesy and ruined it for me.

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