Love Conquers All

Love Conquers All The Alliance of Worlds has decided that humans are to be annihilated as an example to anyone that discovers ancient alien technology even though there is no proof against them They think fifty thousa

  • Title: Love Conquers All
  • Author: Saxon Andrew
  • ISBN: 2940046260052
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Nook
  • The Alliance of Worlds has decided that humans are to be annihilated as an example to anyone that discovers ancient alien technology, even though there is no proof against them They think fifty thousand warships can do the job Unfortunately, the humans are not cooperating with their plan, and one young human who has fallen in love will change everything.A young boy bornThe Alliance of Worlds has decided that humans are to be annihilated as an example to anyone that discovers ancient alien technology, even though there is no proof against them They think fifty thousand warships can do the job Unfortunately, the humans are not cooperating with their plan, and one young human who has fallen in love will change everything.A young boy born with unique psychic abilities.An ancient alien artifact he accidentally discovers.Now Earth is targeted for total annihilation by 50,000 warships.In this epic story, Saxon Andrew takes us into the future and the lives of human and nonhuman characters, some we can easily relate to, and others who are a bit different Along with a hearty dose of battles and spaceships, this is a story that offers humor and a tale of enduring love against the backdrop of galactic war on a grand scale.

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    • LMW says:

      One star ratings are for books I just could not finish. Being the Authors first book, I could tolerate some of the writing idiosyncrasies, but the poor science killed it. Never mind the psychic powers, the "Coronado Solar Panel" just killed it. A floor mat sized solar panel able to produce more power than a square mile of conventional panels, and store excess efficiently too! The solar output reaching the earth's surface is just over a kilowatt per square meter, under optimum conditions (sea lev [...]

    • Oneeyed says:

      Badly written. The author uses constant monologues by various characters for exposition, and it feels very clunky and downright annoying after a while. The characterisation and plot are overly simplistic even for a YA title. The protagonist is overpowered, creating no tension or real sense of challenge. The technology is magic, not only the main character's powers but the various weapons used. Overall I felt that this book wasn't even at the level of pulp SF (which can be entertaining when in th [...]

    • Mark says:

      The technology in this book is handled in a very simplistic fashion. Would have to say the same with regard to storyline/plot. Was too contrived and storybook for me. That said, I oddly enjoyed it. Not enough to read any sequels that may exist, but not disappointed to have read this book.Plot summary: a boy growing up learns that he has "special powers". He has mastered the art of not being seen. Simultaneously, Earth is being targeted for destruction by a couple of alien races. The two plot thr [...]

    • Jeremy Gallen says:

      Good a Science Fiction NovelIn this science fiction novel, a boy named Thomas Anglo Gardner, nicknamed Tag, has a series of intergalactic adventures. Mentioned early in the book is an alien species that resembles a cross between four-armed Kangaroos and gorillas, although as the following text mentions a few different alien species, it can be easy to forget which race is which. Even so, there are some amusing popular culture references that round out this recommended read.

    • Stuart says:

      Not one for adults of mean intelligence. But my 11 year old loved it and is now well onto the third book. So, probably leave it to teens and tweens.

    • Vee says:

      This is not a book for an adult but if you know a teen who likes sci-fi, they may enjoy it.

    • puchu says:

      Please stop destroying universess kind of ridiculous.

    • Jilly says:

      Space Opera at it's best

    • Michael says:

      This is a very good sci fi tale that starts off a little slow, but picks up steam fast and not a minute of action stops from about the 45% mark to the end. This is one of those sci fi tales I had a hard time putting down, and I enjoyed it. The author does a good job with the technology and dialogue, although he lost me a few times with some of the alien race names. I found myself dreaming about some of the technology and wishing I had it right here, right now.As I type this review, the book is j [...]

    • Clinton Robert Oberholster says:

      Brilliant fun!Tons of tech, oodles of psychic mayhem and masses of space warfare.The characters are loveable, the bad guys deplorable, and the story magnificent.Only a few minor foibles throughout the entire book but none of them detract from a well written and action packed Space Opera that is deserving of the name.Now to get the next book.

    • Marjean P says:

      I love this book!! Science fiction books made me start reading in junior high. This book has action, aliens, and a love story too. I'm rooting for Tag , Danielle, all of their friends, Earth , and even Atlas. I'm going to buy the next book and find out what happens when the aliens come back.

    • neal mirin says:

      In joy a great reading anCan't what to read book 2 . I enjoyed book 1. From start to Finnish. The storyline was a joy , informative , and believable ,

    • Jim says:

      This is an "Ok" book and start of a series. The writing is kind of, what's a good word, ah, simplistic! There are a lot of stuff that the author just says happens, no scientific basis or anything to reasonable make you believe what is happening could ever happen. And the stuff that he does try to explain is just down right stupid. It's like he's making stuff up and you go along with it just to see the story keep going. I don't know if the author(s) have ever been in charge of anything because th [...]

    • Sharon Delarose says:

      Imaginative, original, a new fan for Saxon AndrewThis is my first Saxon Andrew book and I can totally see why his books are so popular. The story was imaginative, intricate, and it kept me wanting to know what was around the corner. I don't usually read heavy on the tech/action books because I prefer story-driven books, and this was a really happy surprise. The tech and action didn't replace the story, they enhanced it. From beginning to end, the character TAG kept me engrossed, and I don't know [...]

    • Muhammad Gibran says:

      Sci-fi, you're wrong. this is a fantasy book, warped in science. I enjoy read this book, its not too heavy. But you can't compare it science to something like, honor harrington series. MC is someone that have an incredible giftt to save his princess by defeating the fragon (government) and than through growth skill, wit, and luck survive. He than found magical sword (a starship) than become a champione only thing that surprise me in this book is that MC found another love, not with the one that [...]

    • Ernest Crowder says:

      It's been a very long time since I've given a book 5 stars, especially the first book in a series. But from the very first page to the very last I was hooked. I just hope the following books can live up to my expectations. If you looking for a quick and engaging sci-fi read this is the book for you.

    • Toxo says:

      Do you like stories where tens of thousands of people die ensuring the survival of Human civilization, and one person gets all the attentions, gets all the cakes, eats them, then gets a lot more cakes and eats them too ? If so, this book is for you.

    • MIKE ROBERTS says:

      Excellent storyThis is a good book. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a fast paced action type of read. Good characters, plot, and story line. I am buying the second book as soon as I finish writing this review.

    • Erik Mccarty says:

      Another good book. I listened to the Audible version of Love Conquers All. Saxon has done a better job with both the plot and dialog compared to the Psychic Beginnings. I'm a bit jaded with having superman as the Antagonist, but still enjoyed the book.

    • Keith Lowe says:

      This was one of the more hokey books I've read, but that didn't stop it from being a "can't put down" one. I loved every minute of it!

    • Ken Butters says:

      I absolutely loved this book.To me this books was combination of Orson Scott Card's Enders Game, and David Weber's Honor Harrington Series.It definitely kept me up well past my bedtime.

    • Steven says:

      Totally engaging series just read all his books very fast read.

    • Avinash says:

      Superb enjoyed it from first ot last page

    • K Ada says:

      4.5-Stars.

    • Shannon says:

      As I am new to this genre of reading I do not have a lot to compare to but I really liked this and am moving on in the series

    • Donald Franck says:

      Awesome storylineThis book was engaging and a fun read at the same time. Saxon Andrew is an author to follow! Period!

    • Tim says:

      Okay story let down by the writing and a rather large believability gap.

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