The Secret King - First Contact

The Secret King First Contact With their journey from planet Leth o fraught with peril the Aonise finally arrive at what they hope will be a new home Earth offers a new start for the displaced race and Kendro King of the Aonise

  • Title: The Secret King - First Contact
  • Author: Dawn Chapman Jaime Bengzon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • With their journey from planet Leth o fraught with peril, the Aonise finally arrive at what they hope will be a new home Earth offers a new start for the displaced race, and Kendro, King of the Aonise, desperately seeks a peaceful end to their voyage However, once they make first contact, not all is as expected Some humans are not as welcoming to the alien species, andWith their journey from planet Leth o fraught with peril, the Aonise finally arrive at what they hope will be a new home Earth offers a new start for the displaced race, and Kendro, King of the Aonise, desperately seeks a peaceful end to their voyage However, once they make first contact, not all is as expected Some humans are not as welcoming to the alien species, and their resettlement onto Earth is faced with resistance from splinter groups determined to drive the Aonise away from their planet Coupled with internal strife, can Kendro appease all, or will greater misfortunes come to pass

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    About “Dawn Chapman Jaime Bengzon

    • Dawn Chapman Jaime Bengzon

      Dawn Chapman has been creating sci fi and fantasy stories for thirty years In 2005, her life and attention turned to scripts, and she started work on The Secret King TSK , a 13 episode science fiction television series, with great passion for this medium.In 2010, Dawn returned to her first love of prose She has been working with Coach EJ Runyon, who has encouraged her away from fast paced script writing, to revel in the world of TSK and Leth o as an epic prose space journey.This year, her experience of working with producers directors from the United States and Australia has expanded From drama and science fiction to action, Dawn has built a portfolio of writing, consulting, and publishing.



    389 thoughts on “The Secret King - First Contact

    • “Kendro, king of the Aonise, watched as his nemesis, Dalamaar, and his second, Trax, stormed away down the ship's corridor. The encounter left the breath thin in his lungs, and a sour taste rose in his mouth. This had been much more than a personal attack. If only he'd not been left alone, but circumstances with Chace and Taliri had not allowed his usual guard to be there.“Dalamaar's words echoed in his mind, I thought it was time you met the next King. And what really injured the most—if [...]


    • I finished this second part in Dawn Chapman's series last night, with the first book being The Secret King: Lethao. Like the first book it was beautifully written, fast paced, filled with interesting carry-over characters and new characters - but the bar was set extremely high after the first book and this one for me fell a little short. To be honest, I'm not sure why and if I could I would give it a 4.5 star rating but as won't let me, I believe the first book simply was so beyond fantabulous [...]


    • The second book of trilogies or series is the greatest challenge to the authors because the plot tension, the quality of the writing technique and the steady rhythm of characters demand serious attention.Dawn Chapman did it. The First Contact-the second book-is just as good as Lethao, the initial novel of The Secret King series.The First Contact gets us closer to the Aonise as they get to Earth. It also makes us closer to the villain who intends to take up the throne.And Queen Mika is the rig [...]


    • After reading the first book of The Secret King Trilogy, I was excited to find out what happened to Kendro and his people. I was not disappointed. This sequel has even more explosive action, political intrigue, romance, and betrayal. As the Aonise make first contact with the humans that inhabit the planet earth, which they hope to make their new home, we are introduced to a host of new, human characters some friendly, some not so accepting of the new refugees. Kendro and his people strive to est [...]


    • Welcome to EarthThe refugees from Lethao are closing in on the planet earth. They make contact with the Prime minister of Great Britain who extends an invitation to them. Octav and Chace are recovering from their ordeal but seem to find more problems they need to face. We are introduced to some humans also, some are there to help but many don't want to see aliens living alongside them. Fear and prejudice are rampant and become dangerous for Kendro and his people. I really enjoyed the story thoug [...]


    • This is a good book. Yet there is a reason why I am giving it a three star rating, and I do not do this lightly. The writing is good and I would recommend it for someone who is into Science Fiction mixed in with a bit of fantasy. I wanted to love the characters and follow them on their adventure I couldn't. There is just so much story here that I wanted this to be broken into at least two books so that more of the stories could be explored. I think the author did a great job in building this sto [...]


    • First Contact is the second book in Dawn Chapman’s science fiction series, The Secret King and continues to chart the progress of the Aonise as they search for a new home. Their journey – so far – has been fraught with danger, and at times, some close calls, but salvation is in sight.Planet Earth could offer the Aonise a chance to resettle and put the trauma of their escape from Lethao behind them. Their ships aren’t in the best of shape, food is running low, and as if that wasn’t enou [...]


    • The Secret King: First Contact by Dawn Chapman is the sequel to the first novel, Lethao, which chronicled the journey of the human-like Aonise to the planet Earth after their sun exploded. One part 1970s Battlestar Galactica, one part Jack Kirby, and one part Game of Thrones--it was a very enjoyable story which made me eager to review the next one. Even so, I had to admit a certain amount of trepidation due to my overwhelming hatred of humans. Perhaps I should explain. When I speak of humans, [...]


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