Aliens Abroad (Katherine "Kitty" Katt, #16) Read Online Free - With the human population growing and alien refugees pouring in from around the galaxy, Earth is becoming too overcrowded to sustain itself--and the solar system is filling up with the alien overflow. Advanced technology from the Alpha Centauri and Vatusan systems offers one possible solution. It's time to explore new planets and see if any uninhabited ones can be claimed.
The President and First Lady, aka Jeff and Kitty Katt-Martini, aren't supposed to be on this mission, but what looks like a snafu during a political photo op on the newly christened Distant Voyager spaceship turns out to be a call for help from a planet that might be Earth's salvation...or its destruction.
The discovery of a world at the opposite end of the galaxy that seems like it could be a twin to Earth creates the usual issues for Kitty & Company. It also raises questions of Z'porrah and Ancient influence--not to mention cloning, the multiverse, and, scariest of all, whether or not the Black Hole Universe Police are starting to take too much of an interest in this particular universe.
|Title||:||Aliens Abroad (Katherine "Kitty" Katt, #16)|
|Number of Pages||:||631 pages|
January 30, 2018
You’d think they would have learned by now, but an average press conference can turn Kitty’s world upside down bringing her entire family with her.
A simple press reveal for their newest AI ship takes Kitty, her husband and president, Jeff, her children and all the top political cabinets and most...
February 06, 2018
I can’t believe that there are already sixteen books in this series! Gini Koch always manages to deliver a fun and exciting installment to the series. For this particular one, there was a little bit of a wait since there were some delays, but rest assured that ALIENS ABROAD still holds true to...
February 06, 2018
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I can’t believe that there are already sixteen books in this series! Gini Koch always manages to deliver a fun and exciting installment to the se...
January 31, 2018
*Genre* Science Fiction
Aliens Abroad is the sixteenth novel in Gini Koch’s rollicking Alien science fiction action series featuring Katherine "Kitty" Katt-Martini as the heroine who kicks butts, takes names, and rocks out to various cuts of music as she is...
January 01, 2018
Buy this book now! This series just keeps delivering excellent stories one right after another. Ms. Koch is one of the most creative and wacky authors I have ever come across. This series is phenomenal and should be read in the order written. Jumping into the series at this point may be a bit rou...
February 15, 2018
This was an action-packed tour of the galaxy--make that galaxies--and newly discovered planets and aliens. And it took me a while to read this epic--days, as a matter of fact. It doesn't usually take me this long to read a book that I'm enjoying, but I had to do other things, including sleep. Inc...
February 13, 2018
A perfectly enjoyable read - but I didn't love it, wasn't gripped by it. Easily put it down to attend to other things - but then happily picked it up again later. I think my problem is - with the 'Gods/Superiors" on her side in this adventure - I never really felt any tension or threat. Kitty rat...
December 06, 2017
Gini Koch does it again! This series is a take on aliens on Earth that I had not seen before. They are, in many ways, just like humans. The majority of them are pacifistic, interested in peace and good will but are overshadowed by those that are incredibly violent and 'take over the world' minded...
December 26, 2017
Kitty is back and once again, she storms through my world creating a complex but exhilarating adventure for me to get lost in.
Kitty and her unique and quirky crew find themselves on another adventure that provides lots of action, suspense, thrills, danger, drama and fun to keep readers well enter...
February 20, 2018
I can describe it only as boring.
The book looks like a single idea (Kitty and a lot of other people go on space, find out a nice utopian planet in distress, save the day and make new friends), not enough to substain a whole novel, so the single idea goes multiplied with minor nuances to fill six...