I would like to see what happens with the rest of this series since I have made it this far, but after two disappointing books in a row, I'm not enthusiastic about continuing. Nobody at Dulce answers their phones! I'm going for Omega Red is he really blind???? Gladys, a memory reader-empath, is in overall charge of security, and she scares Kitty's pants off. She is still not really used to the fact that Jeff is a member of Congress. The pluses include Kitty and Jamie's priorities: Poofs for everyone — and Kitty reckons even the dogs and cats have their own Poofs! Members of Club 51 and other hate groups are protesting their existence, and bombarding the limo with dirt and garbage. The complots were mind boggling until Kitty explained it al, and I just had so much fun reading this book. You know what, I just realized what an awesome tv-series this would be. I mean, at a couple points, huge sobs meant I had to get it together to continue onward.
This one was back to the fun action movie stuff, instead of the boring made up terrible politics and things go boom stuff. It seems that the author has traded some problems for others in trying to tie up this loose end. I just knew it was not going to happen and it did not. A book with obvious wear. Kitty solved the A-C Elves mystery and I love the new character, some questions were answered and new ones asked. Walter Ward is usually in charge of security at that embassy; William is his older brother and filling in for Walter.
As the cast of characters has grown, sometimes I've had a hard time keeping up with the gang, but I've enjoyed every adventure. There are some really shocking and emotional events that I would never have predicted and I was on the edge of my seat dreading what else she could do. The Characters Kitty is Jeff's wife, half-A-C due to drugs given her by their enemies in an earlier installment, and the American Centaurion Head Ambassador. The next morning when I woke up I immediately continued reading until I was finished. The books are dark but not overly dark because there is still a really fun and dysfunctional sense of humor that I really enjoy.
I love most of the characters. Kitty and her crew have to deal with some truly heartbreaking events. There was a lot of talking and politics, and even though I really liked the book, I found myself secretly missing the action I got used to in the other books in this series. While heavier than most of the series Koch kept Kitty's spirit alive by whipping out the humor and banter at every turn and infusing it with good old fashion ass kicking. Then Area 51 and the Dulce Science Centre go silent while Alpha Team, Airborne, and most of the worldwide A-C Security team are there for training. One that will leave you crying.
I do recommend tou read the previous novels before sinking your teeth into this one. His wife Kitty Katt-Martini remains the A-C Ambassador, a position they shared. Until next time Kitty fan's!!! There were some deaths and I didn't necessarily agree with all of those choices, but I was glad that one particular character will not be around anymore. I'm not sure about some of the changes that happened but I'll check out the next one to see. You just never know what she is going to throw at Kitty and the gang next and in this book they are definitely in for heartbreak. I'm so happy I did. Then Area 51 and the Dulce Science Center go silent while Alpha Team, Airborne, and most of the worldwide A-C Security team are there for training.
Kitty Katt and her gang rock! Then a prison break adds another A-C relation to Yates into the fold. Her eldest brother, Paul Gower, is the A-C's Supreme Pontifex and married to James Reader, Jamie's human godfather. As usual, Kittyism is out in full force and this novel can be considered Operation Infiltration because the bad buys really throw the gang into utter chaos. Both stories feature alien races desperate to impregnate or become impregnated to carry on their stock. Herbert Gaultier was Amy's father and dead. Originally Posted at It's that time of the year again, time for another Alien novel by the awesome Gini Koch.
Don't really want to say too much because you really need to read the story as it unfolds or it just won't have the right impact. The soundtrack is still rocking, and we find out just how important those tunes can be. The book is action packed, and filled with surprising twists and new characters. I went to bed sobbing…. Alien Research is no exception and I will go as far to say that it might the best Alien novel yet.
Back home at the Embassy, there is more bad news waiting for Kitty. Richard White is the former Pontifex, Kitty's partner in the field, and hooked up with Nurse Magdalena Carter. There are so many situations in this that put the A-Cs between a rock and a hard place. In truth, it's simply a ploy to gather up all the samples they can of the Yates gene. Mister Joel Oliver is an investigative journalist the A-Cs and Kitty trust. But I need a pause.
Get ready to encounter everything from hybrids to hackers as Kitty takes down the enemy. The progress being made to some sort of ultimate showdown is moving slowly forward. Kitty Katt and her gang rock! The world the author built is amazing. Feelgood and stop him or her before the latest version of Surcenthumain hits the streets and more people they love are harmed, or worse. Katherine is just one of many decent people who show up.