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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
It is the evening of April 17, 2009, when Captain Scott Ryan, while on a training operation, sees a big object in the skies of Utah. He is intrigued by what he saw and wants to know more, but his superiors promptly advise him to stop investigating. Captain Ryan, however, cannot help himself and continues to search for information on UFOs, discovering that it is not the first time someone has sighted one in Utah. This is just the beginning of Johnnie West's Alien Orders, a novel with multiple twists and turns and incredible characters. Captain Ryan will soon realize that his adventure is dangerous, as he will be involved in intrigues and, above all, in an alien war.
Alien Orders is a book you will read with bated breath. The story is fascinating, and the events are usually unpredictable. When you think you know a character, West tells you something new about them that makes you reconsider what you know. In this way, the reading never bores you, and the story becomes more and more complex and compelling. When I got to the end of the book, I thought about everything that happened to Captain Ryan, Amanda, Jeff, and all the other characters, and I realized that West's imagination is truly inexhaustible. I could not believe the last page was really the end. I have not read many books that have thrilled me as much as Alien Orders. If you are a sci-fi lover, I am sure you will like it too.