Inspired by ENCOUNTERS OF THE 3RD KIND.
It's time to face the unknown
In an attempt to prove it to the world that crop circles are man-made and aliens don’t really exist, Ricky and his team of young enthusiasts (including one particular enthusiast, Josh, who is hopelessly in love with Ricky) start falsifying the phenomenon by creating their own crop circles. Their endeavors prove successful, pretty much so, but only until the day when Ricky sees his unique circle design replicated throughout the country by the forces unknown.
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Encounter brings author Perie Wolford back to the genre where he is most comfortable: science fiction. Perie has come up with a seriously awesome read that is both scary, fascinating and at the same time, bewildering. This is a suspense, thriller science fiction camera footage novel that relates how Ricky and his team of myth busters do some scary stuff in an effort to smash all alien-origin concept on crop circles. His cameraman is his long time friend, Josh, and just happens to be secretly in love with Ricky. Ricky's team, through a blog, attempts to correct the misconceptions about the origin of crop circles by making fake ones. As a camera footage novel, this is one fantastic read.
It was like reading The Blair Witch Project without the blood and gore. Mix in a dash of the mysterious X Files and just to add spice, a little bit of Contact. This is one fascinating story that reads so fast, the goosebumps started to rise and never calmed down until the very end.
Perie Wolford has a way of making me read things that aren't in my usual rotation and loving them. I knew there would be no putting this one down until I finished it. I can't even really say anything about it without giving the story away, but I will say it was a fun ride and the ending was a pure WTAF? moment. I wasn't happy, but it was perfect and if it had ended any other way it would have cheapened everything the author had created up to that point.
I thoroughly enjoyed my afternoon spent creating crop circles, being chased by pissed off farmers and government agents, and reading about new love being discovered. Thanks Perie, that was fun.