Kenneth W. Cain
These Trespasses
March 16, 2019 Comments.. 766
These Trespasses Alien invasion war and devastation is Earth at its end We hold precious our families We work hard to provide for them We struggle to put food on the table and to care for them when they are sick What

  • Title: These Trespasses
  • Author: Kenneth W. Cain
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Alien invasion, war and devastation is Earth at its end We hold precious our families We work hard to provide for them We struggle to put food on the table and to care for them when they are sick.What if all of that changed What if those we cared for were inflicted with some horrible disease that we could not understand What if that disease did not kill, but liberate,Alien invasion, war and devastation is Earth at its end We hold precious our families We work hard to provide for them We struggle to put food on the table and to care for them when they are sick.What if all of that changed What if those we cared for were inflicted with some horrible disease that we could not understand What if that disease did not kill, but liberate, pitting you against your loved ones In a small Midwestern town, the world as we know it is about to come to an abrupt end Sheila has picked this moment in time to return to her hometown Upon arriving, she finds the small community lying in ruins and she begins the struggle of discerning what has happened to her family, her friends, the people she grew up with Her only clue is a single letter, left behind by a man named Marty.Soon, Sheila catches up to Marty And with the world around them left in decimation, they band together with other survivors in search of escaping the destruction But everything is not what it seems.The government has played a role in this destruction What things did our government do in secret, nearly right under our noses, to bring an alien invasion to Earth The answer to this question begins with Marty the only survivor in their group who appears to have any knowledge of what has unfolded Marty recalls his past, both distant and recent He relays a story of great loss to his newfound confidants and in doing so, brings to mind many new questions.Marty is not the only one that knows of these horrors Each of them must face the truth of the people they were before this destruction and the person they will need to become in order to confront this terror.What secrets lie among these friends Has the government found a means of invading even this small group And what of Marty s brother What is his role in the future of the Earth What things will need to be done to ensure he doesn t succeed As their plight becomes hopeless, they are forced to take the battle to their enemy and strike at the heart of the matter Here Marty must confront his brother But will it come too late And will Marty be able to drown out his memories and do what he must to save his friends Join this ragtag group as they take on an alien invasion unlike any other Discover what these aliens want and the lengths they will go to get it Learn of Marty s relationship with his brother, how close they were, how much they depended upon each other See what Marty does to protect that brotherly bond.Who of you will fight with Marty and Sheila in order to protect everything we cherish in this thriller Prepare yourself Only you can determine the future of the Earth.

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    1. Rebecca Besser says:

      Do you like Scifi mixed in with your horror? Because that’s what you’re going to get when you read this book. But, you won’t have to leave the comfort of Earth, because it will all come to you, courtesy of the government!Kenneth W. Cain spins a tale of otherworldly horror for us to delve into, ripping simple people just like us from their simple lives and tossing them to the wolvesns.Marty gets quite a shock when his brother is bitten by a mosquito; it throws his calm world into a whirlwin [...]

    2. Brad Carter says:

      Rather than plotting out an extended prologue, Kenneth W. Cain drops you right into the thick of things in These Trespasses. The effect is a bit jarring, as the scope and extent of the situation is slowly revealed throughout the first handful of chapters. However, once you get going, the pace is fairly breathless, and some of the set-pieces are truly inspired. The book is mostly an examination of the character Marty, whose recent past is wrapped up in the origins and future plans of the entity t [...]

    3. Scott Lange says:

      Deliver us from evil…You are going to have to read the book to find out if the characters escape evil. Written in a direct, straight forward and short chaptered style that keeps the action hoppin’, “These Trespasses” is a post-apocalyptic book with a hometown feel. Instead of seeing an alien invasion through Michael Bay explosion goggles it focuses on a small group of survivors and their struggles living and adjusted to the new world. All of the characters are real and well developed, ma [...]

    4. C.p. Bialois says:

      Trespasses introduces us to Sheila, a survivor of a small Midwest town that was bombed by the military. As she stumbles through town trying to make sense of what happened, she learns of the military sending death squads into the town to kill any surviving people. After being found by a pair of soldiers, Shiela witnesses an attack from some kind of monster. Following a trail of notes left by a man named Marty, she seeks him out in an effort to escape the slaughter. Marty, a retired school teacher [...]

    5. T.L. Barrett says:

      Ken Cain's Saga of I gets a wonderful start in These Trespasses. Marty, a thoroughly likable and rounded character, has to contend with the US Army, back stabbers, a mutating brother, a mysterious alien invasion, and personal tragedy.This is true sci-fi horror at its best, and although it reads somewhat like an apocalyptic novel (the aliens, so far, have only covered so. Illinois), it is a great invasion story, worthy of the best of the 50's creature features. The central "flash back" sequence w [...]

    6. Matthew Tracy says:

      A fast-paced, apocalyptic adventure that reads like a Stephen King horror story; not for squeamish readers. I was pulled in by the creativity of the plot. The author, Cain, shows great promise in his creativity, as well as in his suspense-making. I found the way in which he split up the chapters and alternating character perspectives often made for an engaging, quick read. However it is easy to tell that he is a new writer. The development of the characters was decent at best, and their dialogue [...]

    7. Jessica McHugh says:

      "These Trespasses" was a surprisingly enjoyable read for two reasons: One, I know that an author's first book can often leave much to be desired; either in the character development department or in clunky prose. That was not a problem in "These Trespasses" at all. There were a few things here and there, but nothing that detracted from the story or stopped me from reading this entire book in less than eight hours. And two, this isn't a genre I read very often. It's obvious that I'll have to keep [...]

    8. Heather says:

      Part Sci-fi, part horror, one great read. Move over Stephen King! I love a good creepy novel the kind that make you check under the bed for monsters. Nice fast paced action. I am looking forward to more from this author.

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