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Reviewed by Edith Wairimu for Readers' Favorite
Alien Mission by Nick Iuppa and John Pesqueira is the first book in The Peacemaker Series and chronicles the life of Victor Encinas as he begins his role as the peacemaker. Victor is an ordinary young man whose life changes after an alien experience. The last peacemaker who controlled the rogue son of an alien high priest is dead and Victor has to step into this role. More people are involved in the fight against alien control and enslavement. Gaby is one of those people and the plot adds a further romantic twist in the story thread that involves Gaby and Victor. From the local police, the FBI, the local Indian communities and other groups, everyone is intrigued by the aliens and each group plays a part.
Nick Iuppa and John Pesqueira’s Alien Mission is riveting right from the start. The opening scene presents Victor’s first encounter with the aliens and the beginning of his friendship with Gaby. The gripping sub-plots make the book quite engaging. The pace is fast and there are a lot of interesting revelations along the way. I liked the descriptions of the aliens. Their appearance in the story was usually sudden and elicited dread. I also liked that a detailed explanation was offered on the origin of the position of the peacemaker and the different factions that made up the alien group. There were many sub-plots and themes. Readers of science fiction will find Alien Mission: The Peacemaker Book 1 captivating. It is full of unexpected twists.