The Aliens Have Come to End the World…
On March 13, 1997, the incident now known as the Phoenix Lights left thousands of witnesses at a loss to explain the sudden appearance of the massive V-shaped craft that hovered in the skies above Phoenix that day.
Now, eighteen years later, the Vs have returned. Bargains will be made with an intelligence beyond our grasp deep within a super-secret government blacksite. Can a crew of TV UFO Busters find out the truth about the visitors or are they going to get far more than they ever bargained for? Whereas once they were blind, now they will see.
Welcome to the invasion.
Welcome to the Apocalypse Weird.
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I’ve read and reviewed all of the APOCALYPSE WEIRD novels and this was one of my favorites. Here’s what I said about it last March:
Just when you think you’ve seen it all, you realize the Weirdness has just begun. Eric Tozzi turns the world upside down in his novel, Phoenix Lights. Tozzi uses a real event, the March 1997 UFO sighting over Phoenix, as the basis for his novel. Gage Slater, the main character, works in a mysterious underground government facility while his sister, Kristina, is a UFO chaser. We soon find that the estranged siblings are harboring a flood of unresolved emotions about a childhood incident that comes back to haunt them.
In the meantime, let’s just say that Tozzi’s aliens are a lot more Ridley Scott than Steve Spielberg.
As always the Apocalypse Weird covers by Mike Corley are fabulous!
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David Bruns is the creator of the sci-fi series The Dream Guild Chronicles, one half of the Two Navy Guys and a Novel blog series about co-writing a military thriller, and co-author of Weapons of Mass Deception, a story of modern-day nuclear terrorism.