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Don't Mess With Earth by Cliff Ball
By WR Potter   
Rated "G" by the Author.
Last edited: Monday, September 28, 2009
Posted: Monday, September 28, 2009

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Ball has written an intriguing new take on history. He keeps the pages turning, explaining historical events in his own unique style. The story builds to an explosive climax that won’t leave you disappointed.

Author Cliff Ball draws on his considerable knowledge of history, folklore and Christianity to craft a convincing retelling of humanity’s time on Earth.

Told mostly from the point of view of a newly sworn-in U.S. President, we learn that Earth has existed under the shadow of secrets and lies for thousands of years. As Noah was building his wooden ark to escape the flood, a highly developed race of people called Terrans was designing starships and planning to leave the Earth entirely.

The Terrans travel to an Earth-like planet and set up a colony, naming it Terra. They explore their new system and meet many friendly cultures. They also meet the Ragnor, a race obsessed with military conquest. The Ragnor attack Terran ships relentlessly and without cause.  

Soon the Terrans return to Earth to see if their human cousins have advanced. They find Egypt at the time of the Pharaohs and decide the earth humans are far too primitive to help Terra fight the Ragnor. 

Some Terrans decide to interfere with human development and pose as Earth people. From  the times of King Arthur to Genghis Khan, Terrans make their mark on history.

Centuries later, a spy base is set up on Mars. From Mars, the Terrans watch as the Great War explodes in Europe and later as World War Two engulfs the entire planet.

The Ragnor visit Earth in cloaked ships and begin abducting and experimenting on humans. Tales of abduction and UFOs spread around the globe. A Ragnor scout ship crashes in New Mexico in 1947. The Americans develop the Area 51 program at Roswell. The project’s mandate is to use the technology from the downed alien craft to defend the United States against her enemies.

Sixty years later, a secret starship is ready, the crew trained, and the newly elected Present must address the nation and the world. He orders the ship to attack Earth’s alien foe. Is one advanced ship enough to match the combined fleets of both Terra and Ragnor? Is America on the brink of its greatest military victory since D-Day? Or is it doomed to fail like no other combat mission in history?

Ball has written an intriguing new take on history. He keeps the pages turning, explaining historical events in his own unique style. The story builds to an explosive climax that won’t leave you disappointed.

          
 I recommend Don’t Mess With Earth to Sci-Fi and alternative history fans.

Web Site: Cliff Ball


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Reviewed by Cliff Ball 1/17/2011
I have re-written this novel, and I've made it a whole lot longer by about 25k words. It's now known as Shattered Earth. Find it on Authors Den, or just go to my blog: http://cliff1974.wordpress.com to find where to buy this novel.
Reviewed by Srian Good 9/28/2009
The theme is very interesting. I am going to read it and then come back!! Seems so plausible.

Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 9/28/2009
Amusing If Not Anything Else,i.e. You Should Be Writing Comics-----You'd Get $Rich$ Over Night...

Don't Get Me Wrong I Came Here As 3 Year Old Child Out Of Off UFO...And I Will Leave By Same Means....

TRASK



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