Arlington Heights, IL (PRWEB) March 1, 2011
"The Guardians" is the story of aliens trying to terraform Earth for their own means and the efforts to stop them. "The Guardians" is available in ebook format from Google ebookstore and Amazon Kindle Store.
An alien attack on Earth by an unidentified object detonates multiple missile warheads over twenty-four sparsely inhabited land areas around the globe causing a biological transformation that threatens to destroy all life forms on the planet within days. At the same time a Peruvian archeologist discovers a hidden chamber under a royal Inca temple in Cuzco, Peru that tells a story of past Inca rulers who seemed to worship alien beings from the time of the Spanish Conquistadors. During the attack one of these aliens, who calls himself Òmon, makes contact and offers to help stop the nanobot contamination from engulfing Earth. Brandon Cole who works for NASA and a special team from the U.S. government are sent to Peru by the President to investigate the discovery. Òmon says he is one of the Guardians left behind to protect Earth from a ruthless race of beings intent on wiping out all living organisms on Earth so they can terraform the planet to their DNA. Òmon has recruited a special group of Inca warriors from the past to help fight the invading alien race. The battle begins between the attacking aliens, Òmon and the human race to prevent all life on Earth as we know it from being erased forever. The psychological impact on the human race is considerable. The ecological impact on the planet and the solar system will be incalculable. And this is only the beginning for survival of the human species.
An excerpt from the ebook:
Gary followed instructions. He typed in some commands on the computer and they all waited anxiously. Sixty seconds later the data appeared on the screen. Everyone watched in stunned silence. The results were unquestionable. The data showed the impact areas had changed in size—imperceptible at first, then more noticeably. The sites were growing, all at the same rate.
“This isn’t good, boss.”
Brandon didn’t respond for a moment. “Extrapolate the data, Gary.”
Gary entered the commands. The screen showed all twenty-four impact sites on both sides of the world, across every continent. They watched as the impact sites grew in size until they merged into one great mass covering the entire planet.
“What’s the time frame?” Brandon asked.
Gary pulled up the data. “Less than fourteen days!” It was hard to grasp the reality. The data had to be wrong. But they knew better.
About The Author:
Don Viecelli lives in the Chicagoland area with his wife and family. He attended Michigan State University and earned his MBA at Lake Forest Graduate School of Management in Illinois. He is a marketing professional in the high tech industry and writes for a hobby. This is his third novel. He has always enjoyed science fiction and plans to continue writing novels that weave real science with fiction.