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    great read

    I was hoping this would be a stand-alone book and it certainly is a good read all by itself, but I believe it would have been better had I read the first four books in the series. I would love to go back and read them now. This is an awesome series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Pandora’s Eyes (The Alex Cave Series, #5)

    Alien technology, alien spaceships, aliens and MAYBE an artificial intelligence. ** Full Disclosure: I was an ARC reader for, and received an ARC of, “Pandora’s Eyes” for review purposes. The author requested a review but made no conditions for it. I am writing this review based solely on my enjoyment of this story in particular, and the author's writing overall. ** This is an amazing tale from the author. He develops complex characters (mostly human), creatively complicated relationships, various locations (many here in Washington), and wonderful cloak-and-dagger sequences. The protagonists: geophysicist Alex Cave, Okana (that IS my last name!), Dr. Henry Heinz (his good friend and boss), Martin Donner (Director of National Security). Their main goal is to find and protect all four alien spaceships. These devices were built one-hundred, and eighty-million-years ago! Without spoilers, they do a good job. They must also address a promise made to a time traveler named Paladin, aliens Seth and Pandora – artificial intelligence. The antagonists: Paul Carter (the day shift supervisor), Teresa Tylor (the night shift supervisor) and engineer Scott Brackenbury at SV1 Control Center in Eastern Washington Their main interest in the SV1 (Space Vacuum One), an efficient way to collect space debris in orbit. Unfortunately, they have one of the spaceships they may be able to use with the SV1. One final note: Having the wrong eye color could be a death sentence from Pandora who wakes up after millions of years …

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