Spirit Raiders by Savio Dawson (Book Review #144)

This review was kindly requested by Savio Dawson.

Spirit Raiders is a strong and complex science fiction novel written about alien abductions, an existential threat to humans discussing some high advanced technological terms that would blow some sci-fi fans away.

The depth, precision, and skill this author possesses, is phenomenal. One of the technological terms used in this book is GAM. This is a device that detects stealth fighters. The fighters are not detectable through RADAR, something that is the current technology for discovering aircraft.

The FBI is sent to investigate any UFO sightings. Colonel Braulio is sent with his team to inspect the situation. Mark is from Texas. The aliens also contact him, and as things venture from different angles of the plot, they all end up together realizing that Earth and the human race are in trouble.

The character development in this story is well developed. The science behind the terminology and the facts interconnected with the plot was executed perfectly. I believe the only thing this book lacked was a better-executed layout for its descriptions. Sometimes I felt that the story was too detailed. However, I believe this would not effect a true science fiction fan as they strive on details like this.

I highly recommend this book to rich in detail sci-fi fans and look forward to reading more from this author.

Written by Jeyran Main


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