Retrieval The owner of a diner in the southwestern desert discovers she is in the middle of an alien scavenger hunt in this science fiction thriller For Gillian Hall running her diner in the desert is the good

  • Title: Retrieval
  • Author: Regina Clarke
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The owner of a diner in the southwestern desert discovers she is in the middle of an alien scavenger hunt in this science fiction thriller For Gillian Hall running her diner in the desert is the good life, until a man calling himself Gabriel arrives as her enigmatic and unpredictable new short order cook On the same day fiery explosions streak across the sky Everyone inThe owner of a diner in the southwestern desert discovers she is in the middle of an alien scavenger hunt in this science fiction thriller For Gillian Hall running her diner in the desert is the good life, until a man calling himself Gabriel arrives as her enigmatic and unpredictable new short order cook On the same day fiery explosions streak across the sky Everyone in town assumes the ruckus is part of a military operation from the nearby base What the explosions signal, however, is the beginning of changes that will alter her quiet world forever as seven starbreakers alien ships enter Earth s atmosphere One of them is destroyed, scattering valuable and dangerous technology into the desert in its wake Five ships depart The last starbreaker, the Menocai, stays to retrieve the lost debris before the military can find it, but its self absorbed commander, Malakai, has an additional agenda He wants Gillian as well He has sent his brother Inac, in the guise of Gabriel, to retrieve her.

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    About “Regina Clarke

    1. Regina Clarke says:

      In October 2016 my book MARI was a finalist in the ListenUp Audiobook competition.My intent is for the stories and books I write to bring others a good read, a respite from the frenetic pace we sometimes live, and most of all, a path into other ways of seeing.In MARI a young girl searches for her mother in a fantasy world that brings her knowledge of herself and a way out of darkness A homicide detective in The Magic Hour faces mental collapse that sends him into a backwater town and a parallel dimension at the same time, and each one teaches him about love In Retrieval a woman who manages a cafe in the desert encounters an alien presence that is both dangerous and familiar The university town in Gene Pool becomes the target of a pact between the government and an unknown entity, while four friends race to unravel the doomsday scenario In The Gatekeepers of Genthor, a brother and sister must fight an unseen enemy in a virtual world to save those they love Persistence Can Be Fatal, a collection of short mystery stories, is reading meant for rainy nights My other books explore alternate worlds, both in fantasy and science fiction, and all the books seek to explore matters of the heart I hope indeed you enjoy them.My stories have appeared in Thrice Fiction, Kzine, Bewildering Stories, Subtle Fiction, Mad Scientist Journal, Over My Dead Body , T Gene Davis s Speculative Blog, tNY Press, and NewMyths, among others In the spring of 2012 I was a finalist in the Hollywood SCRIPTOID Screenwriter s Feature Challenge for my script about a mother seeking the disabled child she had abandoned, in Second Chances Life includes creative friends and a brilliant, talkative, and very green eclectus parrot named Harry Home is in the evocative and hauntingly beautiful Hudson River Valley.



    2 thoughts on “Retrieval

    1. Suspenseful and cleverIt was a pleasure to read and follow the plot that takes you into another dimension. Getting to know the characters and immersing into their roll in the story. A recommend read for those who like the unknown we call our universe.

    2. The story of Retrieval is imaginative and intriguing. The plot is wonderfully complex, though I was a bit confused at first when so many alien characters were introduced at once - it was hard for me to keep them straight and understand their roles. But as the story progressed, my brain sorted it all out and I couldn't wait to find out how the story would resolve. I loved the relationships between Serac & Inma and Gillian & Gabriel. Overall, this was a good read.

    3. If you found your way to this review, you are finding your way to an excellent book. From the desert's Kai Diner to the starbreaker space ship, Menocai, hovering miles above it, you'll meet characters you'll long remember, and experience an adventure you won't soon forget. For me it was like being there, as if I were watching a mind movieat's how thoroughly this author develops characters, sets the scenes, and moves the plot.There's intrigue, duplicity, mind games, and military mayhem that kept [...]

    4. This is a story of Gillian told from a first person view. Running a diner and staying at a small town in the desert. The author has faithfully created the look and feel of a small town where everyone knows each other and not much action takes place. The aliens are searching for something and it's a complex operation. The mysteries are explained one by one throughout the book and it's an interesting read. I just wish the author had reduced the dialogue to increase the pace.

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