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A high profile celebrity A guard in a hidden city A politician with a deadly secret And an alien trying to keep peace on Earth This sci fi thriller has loads of twists The year isThe deadly virus that killed millions of people is gone, thanks to the quarantine measures put in place by the Criterion, an alien species who appeared just in time to save the human race In exchange for complying with their tough control measures, the Criterion promised us the technology for interstellar travel We ve done all they ve asked, yet we re still on Earth with no way of getting into deep space The Criterion are lying to us What they don t know is that we re lying to them Kethryn Miller is an award winning actress, but nothing will prepare her for the role she ll take on when a strange woman who shouldn t be alive turns up in the city, threatening to expose the lies that have kept peace on Earth foryears Earth s population was being decimated by the EMB II virus when the alien Criterion arrived They averted the catastrophe, but humanity s salvation came at a cost the aliens stayed At first, they stayed to assist in rebuilding and, later, the maintenance of peace among the population For hundreds of years, the Criterion advocates have remained to guide Earth s leaders in governing with the promise of the gift of space travel in the future.Another consequence of the Criterion assistance was po Earth s population was being decimated by the EMB II virus when the alien Criterion arrived They averted the catastrophe, but humanity s salvation came at a cost the aliens stayed At first, they stayed to assist in rebuilding and, later, the maintenance of peace among the population For hundreds of years, the Criterion advocates have remained to guide Earth s leaders in governing with the promise of the gift of space travel in the future.Another consequence of the Criterion assistance was population control The surviving human population must not outstrip the limited food and water resources the damaged planet could provide Human female fertility is inhibited by bio nano probes carrying a fertility inhibitor chip which can only be unlocked by the Criterion advocates Then when fertility is granted to a woman, only one child is allowed Multiple births are interrupted in utero.However, early in the Criterion occupation, a system for advancing the rebuilding efforts as well as saving these twins was developed and kept far away from the prying eyes of the advocates Secret underground cities were established to work on a specific need or project element all geared toward getting humans off the Earth and into space And when a twin was born, this forbidden second child was taken from its mother and smuggled into the underground hideaway to be raised and become a part of that community completely unaware of what was going on in the cities on the surface Unaware, that is, until one set of twins comes face to face.This is the first volume in a new sci fi trilogy by D.L Richardson, the author of the exciting Welcome to the Apocalypse series Well written, the story reveals a future Earth with a terrifying backstory The characters are interesting and relatable, and are involved in a twisty, turny tale with lots to keep the reader invested and guessing at what s going to happen next I look forward to the next installment, Earth Arrested, which certainly cannot come soon enough Earth Quarantined is a science fiction story set in 2355 The world as we know it has been saved by aliens called the Criterion The remaining human race is under tough living conditions due to this relationship and as things have been going on for many years, Kethryn Miller, an actress has come in between them, wanting to expose things that may not turn out to be the best for everyone This futuristic novel has complex dynamic groups of characters and storylines The cities are divided and the Earth Quarantined is a science fiction story set in 2355 The world as we know it has been saved by aliens called the Criterion The remaining human race is under tough living conditions due to this relationship and as things have been going on for many years, Kethryn Miller, an actress has come in between them, wanting to expose things that may not turn out to be the best for everyone This futuristic novel has complex dynamic groups of characters and storylines The cities are divided and the living conditions vary based on where you lived It was hard to focus on remembering everything as there were many side stories and characters that not necessarily made it to the end.I believe the author did justice in writing up a multifaceted science fiction story There are many secrets, lies, and deception happening in the story, which made it quite dark to read The book would really suit hard science fiction fans and people who enjoy vigorous tales The pace of the story went well with the plot and kept the reader interested I believe there was plenty of backstory in order to add a sequel to the book I read an ARC version of this novel It s the second novel by DL Richardson I have read, and I m not disappointed.The story takes place in a possible vision Aliens have arrived to save the Earth and its population from itself Humans revere them as saviours Yet 300 years later, they have yet to fulfill their bargain.This reminded me of the 1980s version of V with the Visitors coming, regaling us with their wonders, yet withholding a terrible truth So too are The Criterion But DL Richardson I read an ARC version of this novel It s the second novel by DL Richardson I have read, and I m not disappointed.The story takes place in a possible vision Aliens have arrived to save the Earth and its population from itself Humans revere them as saviours Yet 300 years later, they have yet to fulfill their bargain.This reminded me of the 1980s version of V with the Visitors coming, regaling us with their wonders, yet withholding a terrible truth So too are The Criterion But DL Richardson has injected new intrigue and a few other twists to the formula I won t reveal how for the spoilers.I enjoyed reading this It s the first in the series, well written, and I m looking forward to the next instalment This was a very well written book with believable characters and some great twists to keep the pages turning It wasn t edge of your seat, but close The way Richardson developed the alien characters was masterful and frightening I m really surprised, though that after being with humans for so long, notof being human rubbed off on them.Character development is a hot button with me and these characters are a gaggle of very humanized, 3 D characters They all have motives, and each is set t This was a very well written book with believable characters and some great twists to keep the pages turning It wasn t edge of your seat, but close The way Richardson developed the alien characters was masterful and frightening I m really surprised, though that after being with humans for so long, notof being human rubbed off on them.Character development is a hot button with me and these characters are a gaggle of very humanized, 3 D characters They all have motives, and each is set to achieve the goal When these goals clash, a lot of tension prevails Really nice touches with technology, scenery, and different settings really come alive I highly recommend it because of all of the above and because the premise is very different from the norm Good reading experience.Five of Five stars I started this book thinking it was going to be about the start of a war between humans and aliens Instead I found a story that focused on a number of key characters as they were forced to face hard truths about their world and their place in it 200 years after the alien Criterion arrived on Earth and promised to save humanity from the plague that was set to destroy them, both sides are finding themselves struggling with the status quo The restrictive measures the Criterion put in place to e I started this book thinking it was going to be about the start of a war between humans and aliens Instead I found a story that focused on a number of key characters as they were forced to face hard truths about their world and their place in it 200 years after the alien Criterion arrived on Earth and promised to save humanity from the plague that was set to destroy them, both sides are finding themselves struggling with the status quo The restrictive measures the Criterion put in place to ensure the survival of Earth and its inhabitants are starting to chafe on the general populace, and the promise of the secrets of interstellar travel has not been fulfilled Into this tension filled landscape comes a woman who is next in line to become the president for State Seven, a fate Kethryn Miller wants nothing to do with Yet she has no choice At least until an unprecedented event involves her in a secret that could signal the doom of mankind She must go undercover in the toughest role of her life to stop the truth coming out But she is not the only person forced to confront hard truths and to make decisions that could have deadly consequences Human and alien, they will come to learn that what they believed is not as important as what is the right thing to do.Told in multiple point of views, this is a unique take on the alien invasion trope, with the Criterion advocate, Aries, standing out as the star Having lived all her life on Earth, she is not as resigned to her impending retirement as she should be for her kind and seeks to make a difference in the short time she has left to her The other characters are all interesting, but I often found it hard to believe their reactions to life changing events To have your whole world turned upside down, and to easily slide into the new role thrust upon her, made Kethryn seem less real to me But despite that it was still a fascinating read, and one that posed a question for me of where humanity might be headed if no one like the Criterion shows up to save us at the last minute Earth Quarantined by D L Richardson is a fantastic futuristic science fiction novel that is filled with twists and turns and will have readers turning the pages quickly in anticipation while being totally enthralled and entertained.A deadly virus kills millions of humans, but is now gone thanks to the intervention of the Criterion, an alien race that set up a system and quarantined the entire planet They promised to give their secret into interstellar planet travel, but after years have passe Earth Quarantined by D L Richardson is a fantastic futuristic science fiction novel that is filled with twists and turns and will have readers turning the pages quickly in anticipation while being totally enthralled and entertained.A deadly virus kills millions of humans, but is now gone thanks to the intervention of the Criterion, an alien race that set up a system and quarantined the entire planet They promised to give their secret into interstellar planet travel, but after years have passed, they have failed to keep their intended promise The Criterion continued to stay and control the planet and kept people in colonized segments know as states They stayed to help rebuild the planet and keep peace among the population They also put restraints upon the humans to control the population Because of these strict measures of intervention and control, many people live underground in secret cities where they are working on a solution to getting humans off the earth and into space What follows is an exciting story filled with action as the benevolent Criterion and the humans fight to achieve their own specific agendas The secret contact between the groups of separated people, how they sometimes work together, and their independent struggles on how they deal with the alien rulers, is what drives the plot and story forward.Earth Quarantined is an outstanding story that science fiction lovers will revel in The world building is extraordinary with descriptive writing that shines through on every page The characters are both realistic and relatable I really felt for the woman that was intended to be the nominal leader for the human race and her inevitable struggles Readers will be rooting for certain characters at one moment, then doubting them the next The characterization of the aliens is enthralling and complete There is nothing missing in this thrilling story This makes for great storytelling.Earth Quarantined is unpredictable and extremely engaging I was fully captivated by the futuristic world that D.L Richardson has creatively built The premise and plot are deep and resound with intrigue and fascination Readers will find Earth Quarantined to be compelling, thought provoking and gripping The conclusion is outstanding, came as a surprise and is left open for a sequel I highly recommend Earth Quarantined by D L Richardson Get yourself a copy of this must read one of a kind science fiction novel Earth Quarantined eBook was published in 2018 and was written by D L Richardson Ms Richardson has published ten novels and novellas This is the first in her Earth Quarantined series I received an ARC of this novel through in return for a fair and honest review I categorize this novel as G The story is set in the far future in 2355 The primary characters are Kethryn Miller, an award winning actress living in City Prime, and N Earth Quarantined eBook was published in 2018 and was written by D L Richardson Ms Richardson has published ten novels and novellas This is the first in her Earth Quarantined series I received an ARC of this novel through in return for a fair and honest review I categorize this novel as G The story is set in the far future in 2355 The primary characters are Kethryn Miller, an award winning actress living in City Prime, and Neah, living in an underground bunker.A deadly virus has swept across the Earth killing most of the residents The human race would likely have been exterminated without the intervention of the Criterion, an alien species As part of their fix, a quarantine is placed on the Earth The Criterion has promised the technology needed for humanity to reach out into the stars and establish a new home, but so far they have not delivered Miller is about to succeed her father as the leader of State Seven She can hardly stand all of the attention and decides to flee to the outskirts of the city Unexpectedly she finds there are people living in a bunker there where no one should live Neah has lived in a bunker all of her life She and all who she knows say that the world outside the bunker is desolate and uninhabitable She sneaks out and finds that it has all been a lie The outside is desolate, but it is habitable As one young woman sneaks into the bunker she has found the other makes her way into the city Now each is shocked even further when they discover that they are identical twins and that they now must find a way to survive in their respective worlds How do they survive How do they handle the lies they have been told I thought that the 10.5 hours I spent reading this 358 page science fiction novel were interesting I like the overall plot but thought that the story was both slow and long While the Criterion and their treatment of humanity is brought up as a problem, the story really doesn t touch much on that I like the cover art, but it is not directly relevant to the story I give this novel a 3 out of 5.Further book reviews I have written can be accessed at Thus book is an interesting take on future Earth I am interested in this type of novel where loyalties across species is conflicted and complex The alien race that controls Earth is both benevolent and untrustworthy I was very sympathetic to the young woman who is destined to be the figurehead for the human race We see her struggle to avoid her enviable fate.Set about 300 years into the future, Earth is unrecognizable Humans are divided into the isolated communities they live in The plot i Thus book is an interesting take on future Earth I am interested in this type of novel where loyalties across species is conflicted and complex The alien race that controls Earth is both benevolent and untrustworthy I was very sympathetic to the young woman who is destined to be the figurehead for the human race We see her struggle to avoid her enviable fate.Set about 300 years into the future, Earth is unrecognizable Humans are divided into the isolated communities they live in The plot is mostly driven by the secret contact between those separated groups, and how they struggle independently and sometimes together to deal with the alien overloads The surprise ending was satisfying and gives suggestions of where the story can go in future sequels Told in past tense with multiple 3rd person POVs, the story does a good job of explaining the complicated world that has been built I love this type of story where we see villains and heroes having differing ideas of right and wrong One minute I was routing for one character, later I had my doubts The moral ambiguity and uncertainly makes for a fun read I recommend this book to middle school and up readers who enjoy science fiction Review of EARTH QUARANTINED by D.L RichardsonEARTH QUARANTINED is an exceptionally engrossing futuristic science fiction, a novel whose themes have applications for the present time as well There s lies and conspiracy, alien intervention and control, and humans just trying to get along For a certain segment of these, that means pure survival, away from the alien Criterion and from the Criterion s human Quislings See, application to history as well 337 years into the future, the Earth is Review of EARTH QUARANTINED by D.L RichardsonEARTH QUARANTINED is an exceptionally engrossing futuristic science fiction, a novel whose themes have applications for the present time as well There s lies and conspiracy, alien intervention and control, and humans just trying to get along For a certain segment of these, that means pure survival, away from the alien Criterion and from the Criterion s human Quislings See, application to history as well 337 years into the future, the Earth is presumably safe, humanity is presumably at peace, and life goes on Ha Not so Almost all of humanity is herded into urban centers, which exist within regions called States not as we know it, but in the 19th century political sense of nation states , and there are a few outdwellers expelled from the cities, living in a drought ridden environment of day to day survival existence Also there is a conclave of underground dwellers, who are unaware of anything on the outside, and the outside is completely unaware of these hidden people living in a former nuclear power station I want to insert dozens of exclamation points here An alien race, the Criterion, control every human on Earth except the outdwellers and the underground conclave Claiming to follow human laws, the alien Criterion achieve their own goals, not Earth s If you thought the aliens in V were scary Just wait till you read EARTH QUARANTINED.I found this science fiction novel exceptionally engrossing, and can t wait to read it again