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Review - K by Ashley Lister

Synopsis -

Typical conspiracy theorists believe there are two types of alien: the reptilian shape-shifters and the visiting greys. The better informed conspiracy theorists will mention the third type: the hybrid.

When sceptic Paul Manne finds himself at the centre of this world, where shape-shifters enslave humans and the greys use them for experimentation, he has an opportunity to save mankind from cruel tormentors. But it's not a battle that will be easily fought.

Review -

This is the second book that I have read by Ashley Lister, but I have a feeling it will not be my last.

K tells the story of Paul Manne, a downtrodden retail worker who finds himself in the middle of a galactic struggle for control of Earth after a bad experience at work with an overzealous Karen.

There are Reptilians, Greys, and another breed that suck the life out of poor humans. To tell you any more about that latter group would be to spoil the fun.

Mixed in with Paul's story, we have transcripts from a tinfoil hat wearing podcast group, which actually adds to the story and delivers some cool alien lore.

In usual Lister style, the tale is expertly told, with just enough humor sprinkled in to elicit some laughs. My only complaint was that the ending felt a little abrupt, but it's still a fun read.

4.5 stars out of 5

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