Good aliens, bad aliens, and an average girl caught in the middle.
Aliens in the Gift Shop" follows two extra-terrestrial scientists who have arrived on Earth for their first reconnaissance mission: to study and gather information about human society and interaction. Due to a miscalculation in their environmental data the mission is a complete disaster. While trying to salvage their assignment, they discover that they have brought with them an object that is vital to the survival of their planet. This discovery unwittingly puts them, and the Earth, into the interstellar cross-hairs of their enemies, who will stop at nothing to acquire it.Available now on Amazon
Ancient aliens, a terrifying weapon, and Earth caught in the crosshairs.
A deep space science mission returns a startling find: they have recovered an old data satellite from an unknown species. Buried within the information are two words written in English. Astonished as to how this could be possible, Marcy, Zort, Quigbat, and their pilot Ritha embark on a mission to discover the identity of this mysterious race. Their adventure leads them to far-off worlds, dangerous alien thugs, and an improbable partnership with a nightmare from Marcy's past. In a joint effort, they uncover information about an advanced alien race that was thought to have died hundreds of years ago. Through them, Marcy discovers a covert plan involving a famous landmark which is a very real threat to the survival of Earth. Loyalty is tested, agendas are revealed, and Marcy finds herself in a race to thwart destructive plans and save her home.Available now on Amazon and Kindle Unlimited
What are readers saying?
As soon as I started reading Aliens In The Gift Shop I could see it as a film. D. E Morris creates some really colorful characters and whilst a little tongue in cheek he tells a really entertaining story without getting into the realms of seriously heavy SF.
A really entertaining storyDiane, 5 star Goodreads review
Like most successful fiction, Aliens in the Gift Shop starts with an ordinary day that becomes extraordinary. It has all the right ingredients for a SF novel, with just enough pseudo-science and gobble-de-gook to satisfy fans of the genre, but the fast-paced plot and entertaining comedy makes this a good read for anyone who loves a good story with well-drawn characters.
A thoroughly good readRebecca Ambrose, 5 star Goodreads review
If you are looking for lighter science fiction you won’t be disappointed with this little gem by D E Morris. The story is great but the characters make it. I could easily see Aliens In The Gift Shop as a film with some great specials FX.
You won’t be disappointed with this little gemSimon, 5 star Goodreads review
Light and enjoyable reading. Simple plot, unusual characters, and some good humor all mixed together. Not hard core sci-fi by any means but if you are looking for something fun and quirky I think most readers will be pleased.
A Fun ReadProzacme, 3 star Amazon review
This was a wonderfully characterized book full of many twists and incredibly endearing characters. It was smart, witty, and just about everything sci-fi should be. Subplots came together seamlessly and it had an ending to be overjoyed about. Truly a beautiful read.
Beautiful Sci-FiLoretta Lynn, 5 star Amazon review
This quick read will be a delight to every Whovian fanatic who embraces the comedy and adventure of a sensible earthling connecting with the intelligent yet off-beat wacky aliens to save the universe from deadly invaders. Serious Sci-Fi? No. Enjoyable wacky little adventure. Yes!