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The Origin of F.O.R.C.E. ❮Download❯ ➹ The Origin of F.O.R.C.E. ➾ Author Sam B. Miller II – Thomashillier.co.uk The first scout ships of the Chrysallaman Empire made contact in Their mission was simple find a suitable planet for colonization Earth HG was the perfect target Rich with land, minerals, and water, The first scout ships of the Chrysallaman Empire made contact inTheir mission was simple find a suitable planet for colonization Earth HGwas the perfect target Rich with land, minerals, and water, the blue planet could boast only of a primitive race of defenders known as Humans, bugs who could be easily squashed by the might of a single Chrysallaman s mind When one The Origin PDF/EPUB or of the scout ships is unexpectedly brought down, the advance party is forced to return to their home planetlight years away to report and regroup In their wake, they left behind a broken ship, dead crew members, and a young alien boy who would grow to become one of Earth s greatest assets and her greatest allyThe lizard like aliens would be back, and in force Mankind must prepare a strategy capable of defending against not only superior technology, but superior psychic ability and strength It will take an elite group of military personnel, brilliant scientists, a sombrero wearing alien, and another generation to plant the seeds that will grow into a World Wide Defense, the likes of which the Chrysallamans have never known.


About the Author: Sam B. Miller II

Sam B Miller II holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance, and a Master of Business Administration degree in Finance, from the University of Tennessee He has five children and lives with his wife, Susan, and their many dogs, in Northeast Tennessee After writing a successful Science Fiction book series, Miller has turned his attention upon the mystery of the supernatural The Origin PDF/EPUB or Smith is his fourth novel.



10 thoughts on “The Origin of F.O.R.C.E.

  1. Herb Irish Herb Irish says:

    This book, unexpectedly, blew me away In a word, WOW The title of the novel, F.O.R.C.E., was both puzzling and intriguing, so I purchased a copy, and began reading The author opens with a well known event to sci fi aficionados, the downing and recovery of an alien spacecraft, and an actual alien survivor, at Roswell, NM, in 1947, and the government s subsequent coverup of the event The author then introduces you into the world of a response team consisting of memorable characters the upri This book, unexpectedly, blew me away In a word, WOW The title of the novel, F.O.R.C.E., was both puzzling and intriguing, so I purchased a copy, and began reading The author opens with a well known event to sci fi aficionados, the downing and recovery of an alien spacecraft, and an actual alien survivor, at Roswell, NM, in 1947, and the government s subsequent coverup of the event The author then introduces you into the world of a response team consisting of memorable characters the upright Jim Blunt, rat faced Dr Heinbaum, the mischievous Scotsman, Lt, MacPherson, and many others Perhaps the most memorable character is the surviving, teenage alien a six foot tall lizard named Whatsit , who wears a dark green raincoat, sunglasses, and a sombrero Whatsit is a typical teenager, despite his physical appearance, and speaks to others by telepathy a clever innovation by the author and you can t help liking him The basic plot is the intention of the Chrysallaman Empire, located on a planet thirty light years from earth, to colonize our planet and destroy mankind Jim Blunt, and his team, calculate that they have 65 70 years to prepare for the expected invasion They use this time to prepare a defense against the Chrik invaders The author obviously invested considerable time and effort researching every facet of this book Although astounding and innovative science is presented in the preparations for the Chrysallaman invasion, it comes across as believable I especially liked the author s generous use of humor throughout the book I also liked the uniqueness of each of his characters The novel moves quickly and relentlessly toward the climatic battle to save humankind I would call this book a real page turner Looking forward to the sequel


  2. Stephanie H. Stephanie H. says:

    I m a science fiction fan but not typically a fan of initial encounter alien invasion stories However, this book pleasantly surprised me Even being an avid reader, I was somewhat put off by the enormity of the book, but I m glad I read it anyway.Miller presents a new look at the classic Roswell UFO incident Rather than Grays, we have a race of reptilian beings called Chrysallamans Instead of an immediate invasion, Miller gives us a 65 70 year time frame Most importantly, in place of the ent I m a science fiction fan but not typically a fan of initial encounter alien invasion stories However, this book pleasantly surprised me Even being an avid reader, I was somewhat put off by the enormity of the book, but I m glad I read it anyway.Miller presents a new look at the classic Roswell UFO incident Rather than Grays, we have a race of reptilian beings called Chrysallamans Instead of an immediate invasion, Miller gives us a 65 70 year time frame Most importantly, in place of the entirely evil alien race trying to invade, we see a sample of both good and bad Chrysallamans.Whatsit, who s only a scared child when he is found at the Roswell crash site by Major James Blunt, quickly became my favorite character He has flaws and emotions he lives and he learns For a lack of better words, he is utterly human, a normal being like us who just happens to have evolved from a different string of creatures on a different planet Of course, some Chrysallamans fit the evil alien stereotype, particularly the high ranking military Chrysallamans Still, Whatsit is a refreshing break from the us vs them mentality that many alien invasion books and movies take.I was most intrigued by the process of creating and implementing defense plans for the predicted Chrysallaman battle In particular, I loved the search for uniques The scene between a teenaged Dalai Lama and Whatsit especially brings a human element to the situation as well as some comic relief.The story isn t perfect In addition to a few stereotyped characters, Miller uses an excessive amount of exposition This exposition doesn t often to get in the way but sometimes slows down the narrative, which is otherwise a quick paced and entertaining read I also noticed a few grammatical errors sprinkled throughout the book, mostly in regards to punctuation and extra missing quotation marks The errors didn t detract from my enjoyment of the read but I still think another round of editing could help improve the writing in that area.Overall, I really liked this book I expected a typically Roswell UFO story but I got so much , an exciting book which has clearly been thoroughly planned, especially in the scientific areas I highly recommend this book to fans of science fiction, specifically alien lovers


  3. DONALD III DONALD III says:

    An alien invasion threatens earth, and it s up to a team of highly skilled professionals to save the earth A straight forward plot with a feel good ending to boot I like the effort put into the characters and research The preparation building up to the ending was satisfying Some of the best moments for me was the interaction with the haughty scientist and the weapons specialists Watching those to interact made me laugh as they became reluctant friends Most of this book is dedicated to perp An alien invasion threatens earth, and it s up to a team of highly skilled professionals to save the earth A straight forward plot with a feel good ending to boot I like the effort put into the characters and research The preparation building up to the ending was satisfying Some of the best moments for me was the interaction with the haughty scientist and the weapons specialists Watching those to interact made me laugh as they became reluctant friends Most of this book is dedicated to perpetration where the research shines the most Each character were experts in their fields and I was impressed at how the author knew about various research topics ranging from biology to theoretical physics I also appreciated how Miller didn t focus on their specialties, but on their personal end as well with each character had their own quirks and shortcomings The romance however seemed underdeveloped to me, but its quickly made up by their growth into a family I wished the children were developed , but they ve moved the plot forward, bringing the story to a satisfying end One minor issue I had with the book was the aliens With all the preparation and care the defenders took to fend off the alien race, I was expecting them to be a tad bitmysterious and unpredictable This is just my opinion To me, they didn t feel like intelligent superior beings, just idiots with advanced weaponry But I enjoyed the battles where they meet their defeat to the humans It s a cool read from beginning to end and I hope to read


  4. Susan Susan says:

    Having read over dozens of sci fi novels in the last few years, there is hardly any twist or storyline that I m unaware of However, The Origin of F.O.R.C.E somehow felt fresh and by the time I was done reading its description, I had to devour it Sam starts out slow and vividly portrays the scenes and within no time, I was hooked on to it The characters including the non human ones are extremely well developed and are pretty relatable The thing I loved the most about it was in spite of bei Having read over dozens of sci fi novels in the last few years, there is hardly any twist or storyline that I m unaware of However, The Origin of F.O.R.C.E somehow felt fresh and by the time I was done reading its description, I had to devour it Sam starts out slow and vividly portrays the scenes and within no time, I was hooked on to it The characters including the non human ones are extremely well developed and are pretty relatable The thing I loved the most about it was in spite of being a sci fi novel, Sam keeps it simple and there is literally no unnecessary sciencey stuff that bores you I d highly recommend this to anybody looking for a perfect book to read over the weekend


  5. Scott Scott says:

    Aliens, action, tech, teams, and conspiracies What happens when an alien scouting team of lizard people arrive on Earth in the late 1940s and their ship is shot down with only one survivor being a young alien Making thingsexciting is that the world knows this alien race is coming back in 70 years with a force to destroy all life on earth and take all its natural resources This and muchcan be found in The Origin of F.O.R.C.E written by Sam B Miller II and narrated by John Pirhal Aliens, action, tech, teams, and conspiracies What happens when an alien scouting team of lizard people arrive on Earth in the late 1940s and their ship is shot down with only one survivor being a young alien Making thingsexciting is that the world knows this alien race is coming back in 70 years with a force to destroy all life on earth and take all its natural resources This and muchcan be found in The Origin of F.O.R.C.E written by Sam B Miller II and narrated by John Pirhalla The book is a contemporary science fiction story encompassing six decades in just under 500pages or 12hrs of audio If you want to read a lighter space story, I would recommend this book Be aware, this book appears to be the first in what looks to be a series of three orbooks.Mr Miller creates a book that isthan simply a standard Sci Fi series, but instead appears to be building a community and culture around the book and its contents If one visits the book s Facebook page, you will see the level of effort taken by the author to share photos from the author himself along with community submitted material Having the author share some pictures with me prior to reading the book and looking over the images on Facebook brought the book to life for me, and I can see how involved the author is in this book and future books I look forward reading additional books in the series book two is currently available and the third is under developed The story takes place mostly on earth covering a large span of time, however there are scenes occurring both on the alien home world and ships allowing the reader a view into the alien race s society, desires, and wants There are multiple story lines involving some deep seeded conspiracies, involving religious groups, NASA and the Government to help the population of earth to succeed in this future battle A few have commented they did not like the author s inclusion of the standard science fiction character tropes like the brainy scientists, the brawny military guy, and the female specialist I did not have an issue with this, and I took itthat the author was using them to bring some humor to the genre Not only do the characters each struggle to come up with a solution to the alien invasion, they also had to address their own relationships along the way with one another Similar to the Fellowship of the Ring party, each character brings a unique skillset and emotion to the book Even with the overall sense of doom and destruction from the impending alien invasion, the author includes some aspects of humor to assist in releasing the book s built up tension The use of humor was done sparingly and often feels natural The characters were mostly well described and defined It is clear the author has a vision of how each person fits into the complete story One quickly sees that the author did a good job of researching the various timeframes and some of the important technology being developed during that time All of this, in one way or another, was used as part of the hidden work of our government to come up with a technical solution to the problem I want to give credit to John Pirhalla for his exceptional narration of this story Mr Prihalla makes voicing the multiple characters seem like a simple thing to accomplish He appears to be a newer narrator with seven books published on Audible at the time of this review Being the first book I have listened to from this narrator, I would easily listen toof his work as I enjoyed this reading style, character inflection, and pacing He was able to bring me into the story with his reading with excitement and action Mr Puehalla did a respectable job of voicing both male and female characters along with the various accents he had to keep track of including alien accents All of this was done without issue The audio itself was crisp and clear The volume was consistent and I did not recall any audio artifacts while listening apart from a small audio patch near the end of the book The audiobook quality was top notch, and I would listen to other materials performed by this narrator in the future The book contains some light use of vulgar language however, this was not frequently leveraged in telling the story The book also includes some graphic and descriptive violence, but nothing that would not be found in a PG 13 rated movie For most, I would recommend this book as one that would be enjoyed by mature teenagers and adults alike What would I have changed or liked to have seen in this book Although we get a good view of the alien technology, I would have liked to have had somedetail on the technology and struggles of the people and equipment during the time period such as 1940s, 1970s, etc This was coveredin future time, but I would have likedOften when time changed from decade to decade, I really did not get a solid picture of what this new time enveloped Maybe some better description of the technology itself, the clothes of the time, and even some of the social struggles occurring I would have like to have had adescriptive transition between times Disclaimer The reviewer received this book at no charge by the author, narrator, and or publisher in exchange for posting a non bias review


  6. Jimmy Jefferson Jimmy Jefferson says:

    A sci fi interstellar conflict This is a great sci fi story One of my favorite genre s, I enjoyed this one very much A young alien shipped wrecked on earth becomes the only one that can help save earth from a hostile invasion by his home planet The people of earth come together must come up with a plan to save the population from anihalation A great storyline and characters are amazing I loved the suspense and journey this story takes Great read and definitely recommend this one.


  7. David Styles David Styles says:

    Reptilian alien invaders in flying saucers, government agents with superpowers, ray guns, vaccine conspiracies, water fluoridation conspiracies, chemtrail conspiracies, and a plucky band of flag waving gung ho all American misfits saving the world.Aliens who have technology vastly beyond ours, which doesn t stop humans from reverse engineering it and greatly improving it while coming up with new ideas of their own, while the aliens own tech remains static during the same time period 67 years Reptilian alien invaders in flying saucers, government agents with superpowers, ray guns, vaccine conspiracies, water fluoridation conspiracies, chemtrail conspiracies, and a plucky band of flag waving gung ho all American misfits saving the world.Aliens who have technology vastly beyond ours, which doesn t stop humans from reverse engineering it and greatly improving it while coming up with new ideas of their own, while the aliens own tech remains static during the same time period 67 years.A captured alien teenager who goes native , and spends the latter half of the book wearing a sombrero and working to protect Earth from the coming invasion.In short, a book that doesn t seem to take itself too seriously, but was certainly an enjoyable read.For my part, I took most pleasure from Whatsit s interactions with the humans, as I do tend to enjoy culture clash comedy and scenes in which something otherworldly is revealed to muggles.I didn t enjoy very much the human team s interactions with each other In the lead scientist s character, for instance, Miller struggles with a challenge that very, very few writers have met well, and that is the task of writing a character muchintelligent than oneself Heinbaum is the archetypal off the shelf stereotype of a self important irritable scientist lost in his own ego, and for a long time is not only utterly useless in world, but is also a blight on any scene in which he appears, from a reader s perspective The military members of the team are very much of a muchness, quite interchangeable, and generally showedintelligence than Heinbaum The lead female scientist seems to have only two roles one is to hand wave genetics and the other is to be a romantic interest for a male lead Fortunately, Whatsit distracted from most of these whenever he was present in the scene.All in all, there is much that could stand to be improved in this work, but it definitely has plenty of fun to it too


  8. C.J. Anaya C.J. Anaya says:

    This book was, in a word, astounding I loved it Absolutely loved it, and usually my first love is romances and generally all things sappy, but this is a sci fi book that would appeal to anyone capable of reading In other words, if you re literate you ll love it I thought the prep time for the humans to become battle ready was a stroke of genius Obviously developing technology sufficient to be a threat to the invading aliens is going to take some time, and you might think that sixty years of This book was, in a word, astounding I loved it Absolutely loved it, and usually my first love is romances and generally all things sappy, but this is a sci fi book that would appeal to anyone capable of reading In other words, if you re literate you ll love it I thought the prep time for the humans to become battle ready was a stroke of genius Obviously developing technology sufficient to be a threat to the invading aliens is going to take some time, and you might think that sixty years of prep time for preparing humans physically, mentally and technologically would be a boring thing to read about Not so It was so engrossing, I simply couldn t put the book down.I enjoyed reading about how Dr Heinbaum and MacPherson worked together to study the alien craft and weapons, understanding the governing principles behind the technology and then improving upon it Their volatile relationship only added to the greatness of the experience with some awesome zingers from MacPherson meant drive the doctor crazy That was a great working relationship that developed into something even greater over time with clear cut characters behaving according to their personalities and end goals I kept wondering how the author knew so much about the subject matter he covered because his degree is in finance Of course, I m not at all familiar with the terminology or scientific concepts so he could have been fabricating the whole thing, and I never would have caught on, but either way it seems like a lot of research went into this aspect of the book.On the other side of the coin we get to enjoy the journey that Diane Hoffman and Blunt take in tweaking humans and their genetic make up in order to be able to stand up against the aliens both physically and mentally Once again, I have no idea how much research went into this aspect of it, but it was so engrossing, and I loved seeing how Blunt s physical and mental powers grew as a result of the successful gene enhancements The author takes time to develop personal relationships, enhancing the overall experience and helping you become attached to the characters and their firm resolve to prepare themselves for the pending invasion.Whatsit was my absolute favorite You cannot help but fall in love with this young Chrik His compassion for the humans and devotion to Blunt is so touching They work well together, something I wouldn t have expected from the way his fellow Chriks were so intent upon the destruction of the human race, but the author does something so smart with this character and humanizes him He may be an overgrown lizard, but he behaves socially like any twelve year old boy scared out of his mind with his situation and circumstance His loving interactions with the humans who captured him give this entire narrative credibility and an intense connection with Whatsit You can t help but hope that he and his human friends succeed in defending themselves and our planet.The ensuing battle and the tactics used to fight back are seriously awesome sauce I want this made into a movie It would be epic to see it on the screen The combination of a certain timeline for the battle, the hurdles these humans have to overcome, and the way we re also allowed to jump into the minds of the leaders of the alien force really up the stakes and create so much tension and immediacy for the reader I justyeahI will never have enough room to talk about how much I loved this book I can t wait to read about Whatsits adventures in the next one.The Origin of F.O.R.C.E reads like one awesome C.I.A thriller and makes you feel as if you just experienced a new and seriously improved version of the movie Independence Day I highly recommend this book to anyone capable of fogging up a mirror, especially fans of sci fi


  9. Deneale Williams Deneale Williams says:

    As I began this book, I was intrigued from the very beginning It was an Alien family I was impressed to know that these scouts who were looking for a suitable planet, were happily together as families Not often do you read of aliens having children with them Maybe it s just the mother in me, wanting to see that, I don t know But it instantly made a difference and impact on my read from the start These Aliens made their first contact here on our beautiful planet in 1947 They had came all t As I began this book, I was intrigued from the very beginning It was an Alien family I was impressed to know that these scouts who were looking for a suitable planet, were happily together as families Not often do you read of aliens having children with them Maybe it s just the mother in me, wanting to see that, I don t know But it instantly made a difference and impact on my read from the start These Aliens made their first contact here on our beautiful planet in 1947 They had came all the way from the Chrysallman Empire searching for a perfect planet to rich with minerals, water, and land that would be suffice for them to call home HG 281 or Earth as we know it, was everything the Chrysallman Empire needed andThey had no dear of the humanoids already claiming the planet, because they could simply squash them with their own perfect minds Little did the Aliens expect that mankind were watching these Aliens since they have been investigating us We were learning their tricks, and eventually, managed to shoot one down This wasn t part of the plan for these lizard type Aliens Once the ship was on the ground, we decided to go investigate it As mankind often does, we shoot first, and ask questions later The Aliens are just as defensive, and use their own powers, and hurt us as well They explode a few things, and even slice a man in two And mind you, these are official military men we are using After killing what we determine to be all of the Aliens, the military go back inside the ship and find a young child like lizard hidden The child like lizard alien tries to protect himself, but the military official is prepared, and aims the laser ray from the alien, at its own foot, hurting the child like alien Yep, the alien child didn t see that coming.Eventually the military convince the child alien reptile that cooperation is his best bet, and he does do just that Now common sense will tell you, as with any movies you have seen on Aliens, and creatures and even human nature Everyone comes back for their families.So you can guess what will happen next While mankind is studying the young reptile like lizard creature, the Chrysallaman will return Common sense will tell mankind, yes there will beThese Aliens have been visiting us since 47, they want something Yeah, they ll be back, especially once they determine what we did.Now don t get me wrong, the humans did cover up and bury the evidence of the destroyed ship Not only for the people, but for the Aliens The Military has to be able to deny everything all the way around, What ship As for the Indian and his horse, even him, they watched him be destroyed, and took him away too But what s evenoverwhelming Is when the Aliens come back, there is a sombrero wearing Alien now Once I read that, I immediately remembered the man on the horse, and his poor horse in the very beginning of the book Mankind must create a new defense to defend ourselves against these Aliens, and when they come back And Chrsallaman aliens have superior physic strength and technology It s a good thing we have the boy.I give this book five stars, because it entertained me from the very start It didn t start off slow, it kept me wanting to read from the very beginning Not many books can do that I also wanted to mention, I found the cover also to be very attractive and eye catching I was very pleased with this book, and give it five awesome science fiction stars You will truly enjoy this book, especially if you love sci fi


  10. Julius Blitzy Julius Blitzy says:

    Science fiction will always have a special place in my heart, every time I read something related to it, I m confident it will be something mind blowing, because the best part of the sci fi genre is that it s always unique, and creativity is not limited by any means, so just with this you know how awesome this book is.Something unexpected to me was the writing, usually when we read books like this with settings never before seen and plots that revolves in space, time travel, war, races you can e Science fiction will always have a special place in my heart, every time I read something related to it, I m confident it will be something mind blowing, because the best part of the sci fi genre is that it s always unique, and creativity is not limited by any means, so just with this you know how awesome this book is.Something unexpected to me was the writing, usually when we read books like this with settings never before seen and plots that revolves in space, time travel, war, races you can expect some light straight to the point dialogue, but no in this case, is intriguing to see characters interacting in such a way, it will really surprises you inthan one way Overall, the length and the plot are perfect the way they are, if there is a second part to keep extending this world I will bethan happy to keep supporting it, I say read it now


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