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Reviewed by Tracy Slowiak for Readers' Favorite
In a highly engaging and engrossing new read by author Clayton Graham, Milijun is a story that you simply won't want to put down once you've started reading it! Taking place in Australia in the year 2179, the story follows the lives of mother and son, Laura and Jason Sinclair. One moonlit night, they witness aliens descend to Earth, and become part of what appears to be the first real interaction between human and alien lives. A rather intimate part of the relationship is that Jason is chosen to be a genetic link in a test of impregnating human women with alien/human hybrid embryos. Jason is eventually kidnapped, and Laura is tried as far as any human could be in the effort to rescue her son. Will she get her son back, and will the interactions between aliens and humans be positive or negative? You'll need to read Milijun to find out!
I very much enjoyed Milijun, other than the fact that it kept me reading way past my bedtime! Author Clayton Graham has done a fantastic job in creating a setting that is both futuristic and realistic, not always an easy task. His characterizations are superb, and readers will find themselves connecting with, relating to, and truly caring about the characters, especially Laura and Jason. If those aren't hallmarks of a great author, I'm not sure what are. Any reader who enjoys a good work of science fiction, or who is looking for a great read in general, should absolutely read Milijun. I highly recommend this book, and look forward to reading more from author Clayton Graham as soon as I possibly can!