The Treaty of Nine - Part I

The Treaty of Nine Part I In the rd century Earth and its allied colonies are at war engaged in a ruthless and costly interplanetary conflict with an aggressive alien force known as the Krahl Kahn Determined to seize contr

  • Title: The Treaty of Nine - Part I
  • Author: Adam Train
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 195
  • Format: ebook
  • In the 23rd century, Earth and its allied colonies are at war, engaged in a ruthless and costly interplanetary conflict with an aggressive alien force known as the Krahl Kahn Determined to seize control of our system, they seek to strike us from the astral entities that for centuries we have called our own With their forces unleashed, for all intents and purposes, they aIn the 23rd century, Earth and its allied colonies are at war, engaged in a ruthless and costly interplanetary conflict with an aggressive alien force known as the Krahl Kahn Determined to seize control of our system, they seek to strike us from the astral entities that for centuries we have called our own With their forces unleashed, for all intents and purposes, they are succeeding in their efforts.Discover at, transcendenttales

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    2 thoughts on “The Treaty of Nine - Part I

    1. From a young age I possessed an innate desire to create worlds and characters, first with pencil and crayon, and later with the written word.Fueled by a fascination with history, a love of travel and passion for cinema and creative story telling, I m always working on a new story.

    2. Review also on jolasbookshelf.wordpress'The Treaty of Nine - part I' is an enjoyable short story. I think the thing I liked the most was the description of he Krahl’Kahn. It was very vivid and I could easily pictured them in my head. It's definitely a story worth checking out. Thanks to Adam Train for sending me an ebook in exchange for an honest review.

    3. I was given The Treaty of Nine Part 1 by the author in exchange for an honest review.I'll start by making a nice, lofty statement: Author Adam Train is a wordsmith. He effortlessly paints his worlds with vibrant adjectives, and structures his paragraphs in a very classical sense. I say classical because he reminds me of one H.G. Wells in his method of storytelling. That's a hard thing to do, and most of the industry, whether Indie or Traditional, tend to shy away from it. I appreciate the effort [...]

    4. “Okay, and watch it with the ‘pinkie,’” Gregan warned in jest.Pinkie was a derogatory term coined by humans for the Tareetian race. Depending on the circumstance of its use, it could be a mild insult or quite severe. Calling a male Tareetian pinkie carried with it slightly more of a sting. The term’s origin referred more specifically to the female of the species, so Eon was effectively calling Gregan a girl.Um, okay?I honestly don't know what to say about this book other than "info-dum [...]

    5. I felt like the book was like a big introduction to the story instead of just a part one, but all in all I found it being a great short story, action packed but with enough information to paint a clear image of the world the author created.In particularly I like the way he describe the different alien races.The only but I find in this book is the fact that is too short and end in a cliffhanger, the idea had the potential of being a long novel instead of only a Part IAnyway is a great story, and [...]

    6. I would like to thank the author (Adam Train) for sending me a copy of ‘A Treaty of Nine – Part 1’ in exchange for an honest review. Such wonderful artwork on the front cover had me absorbing every detail before I even started page one. The story was easy to follow and Adam certainly knew how to bring descriptions alive. Consisting of approx 30 pages, I would certainly recommend this as an excellent short read. I am now looking forward to reading Transcendent Tales, Volume 2.

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