• Wherever Seeds May Fall

  • First Contact
  • By: Peter Cawdron
  • Narrated by: Gary Tiedemann
  • Length: 12 hrs
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The Prince of Darkness is coming.

Comet Anduru skimmed the clouds of Saturn. Rather than being drawn into the gas giant, it skipped back out into space. With the comet heading for Jupiter, speculation is mounting it’s an alien spacecraft making its way to Earth. 

Lieutenant Colonel Nolan Landis and Dr. Kath McKenzie are caught between an angry public and an anxious President as they grapple with the scientific, social, and political implications of first contact.

First Contact is a series of standalone novels that explore humanity's first interactions with extraterrestrial life.

©2021 Peter Cawdron (P)2022 Podium Audio

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The desire to expose that politics got on the way

The story is as emotional as unscientific. While there are some good thoughts and interesting plot turns the storyline becomes less and less logical and unbelievable. in the end I didn't even know if that was a novel, tragedy, or comedy, but it is definitely not a good literature.

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First contact goes nuts

Whenever seeds may fall is another book in the First COntact series by Peter Cawdron. The story begins, as usual, with the detection of an unusual comet that approaches the inner solar system. After showing incredible space navigation capabilities, the comet reveals to be a humongus starship....Spaceship woith a crew of superinteligent astronauts are sent and Humans are about to meet their first outter space visitors....And here is where all similarities with Rendezvous with Rama by ARTHUR C. CLARKE end. The story is decorated with hard science that entertains and excites true Sci-fi connoisseurs. In particular, the part of the story when the spaceship goes through Earth´s atmosphere, is fast paced, well written and makes you believe this is the book you were waiting for since Rama.... However, right when you are ready and salivating for the conclusion of the story and to know who are our visitors and why have come to Earth, ..Cowdron´s book goes space monsters from outter space are here to eat you...Overall, the story is really suited for a B movie adaptation..It seems that, after 20 First Contacts books, Peter Cowdron has ran out of ideas (good ones) and should throw in the towel picking up a different topic for his next story. For those who gave this book more than 1 or 2 stars, I invite you to read any book by Arthur C. Clarke...Finally, I can´t end ths review without mentioning Gary Tiedemann narration. He does a superb job in bringing the characters to you...