Review: Earth is Not Alone

Earth is Not Alone
by John Knapp
Paperback: 500 pages
Publisher: Ephemeron Press
ISBN-10: 0912290315
ISBN-13: 978-0912290317

( 4 1/2  stars out of 5)

Earth is Not Alone by John Knapp II is a clever book with two main story lines. In one story line an electromagnetic pulse destroys all of our technology. Man has returned to the age of oil lamps and rural farming.

In the second story line, one year after the electromagnetic pulse, a pair of school children write similar papers. Did they cheat? Investigating the alleged cheating, a school teacher begins to believe that Triana, the young student, is more than just a student.

It’s a fine story, a real page turner. Despite its size, it is a quick read. I liked the exploration of Jesus on other planets. The cover art lacked punch, but don’t judge a book by its cover. This is a layered story with some very deep insight.  Scifi and spirituality, I couldn’t ask for more. It should be interesting to see how the “Emryss Chronicles” develops.

I give it a solid 4 1/2 stars out of 5.

I received a complimentary copy of “Earth is Not Alone” by John Knapp II from The Cadence Group for review purposes.


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