“Zero: Earth”: A Thrilling Science Fiction AmalgamationPosted: December 27, 2019 Filed under: Book Review, Books, Fiction, Science Fiction, Suspense, Thriller | Tags: Book Reviews, Clifford Barker, Science Fiction, Spy Thriller, Writing to be Read, Zero: Earth 1 Comment
– Jeff Bowles in for Kaye Lynne Booth
There’s a lot of joy to be found in combining different genres and themes and creating something of a new entity. Zero: Earth by Clifford Barker is part galactic science fiction tale, part super-spy thriller, and there’s plenty of leftover ideas to add even more spice. The lore that backs up the story is deep, featuring extraterrestrials that both watch over and take an active hand in the advancement of mankind, choosing to seed technology slowly to a species they find endearing, if non-emotional super beings can find anyone endearing. A terrifying enemy is coming, and the ever-watchful Circle of Numbers have engineered a super-soldier and spy to protect Earth. Think Captain America blended with James Bond and you’ve got the basic idea of the character. Zero: Earth is an action-packed adventure that leaves no stone unturned. Dense and complex themes of history, resurrection, and the sins of the past merge to create a truly unique reading experience.
I give Zero:Earth four quills.
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Sounds exciting, Jeff.
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