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    good read

    The first book really caught my imagination but the second was a wow. Good character development and a good mystery to unravel. Am about to start the third book. Kudos to the authors.
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    Spaced Out

    Design of bunker was interesting but characters were not appealing. Relied upon a lot of standard science fiction theories.
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    Slower Pace than Book 1 - fewer locations

    A good followup to Invasion, Contact takes place 3 months later and follows Meyer's family as they try to live without going crazy inside of the bunker, and the crowds of people attracted to Meyer's house because he was abducted there in the hopes that they might be abducted too. (Lots of hippies.) Not is all sunshine and rainbows, though, as some of the crowd have discovered the bunker, and are trying to break in... I enjoyed the new characters and relationships introduced in this book, and like how nobody is safe from danger. That said, this book is not quite as "page-turney" as the first book, owing in large part to a lot of the action taking place in a very confined space. There is a bit of travel as a few of the main characters try to find a secret research base in Utah and to travel there from Meyer's bunker without getting killed, but it wasn't just one life-threatening event after another as folks tried to cross the country from NY to CO like the first book. Meyer himself plays a very small role in this book, although given how the book ends I expect that he will play a much larger role in the third book. While I didn't tear through this one nearly as fast as I did the first book, I am still eagerly awaiting the the next book.
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    Contact

    The authors continue to please. The story and characters are satisfying. The alien connection with past human history is believable in the context of von Danikan's theories and his successors. I look forward to reading the next volume. You should, too.
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    It was ok

    The first book was promising but the second didn't take the story far enough - disappointing in that. I was close to dropping it and moving on to something else but wanted to give it a chance - I will likely get the next one but if it's similar I'll end my relationship with these authors unfortunately.
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