• Title: The Eyes Behold Tomorrow
  • Author: Ken Hart
  • ISBN: 9781629891170
  • Page: 349
  • Format: ebook
  • The Eyes Behold Tomorrow Edward Robert Teach is a modern day barbarian that encompasses everything a woman loves and hates in a man He abhors his notorious namesake correctness in any form and has a habit of expressing his
    Edward Robert Teach is a modern day barbarian that encompasses everything a woman loves and hates in a man He abhors his notorious namesake, correctness in any form, and has a habit of expressing his opinion whenever it does the most offense When he meets Kamini, a stunningly beautiful, large eyed woman from the planet Feletia, he thinks he has finally met the girl of hiEdward Robert Teach is a modern day barbarian that encompasses everything a woman loves and hates in a man He abhors his notorious namesake, correctness in any form, and has a habit of expressing his opinion whenever it does the most offense When he meets Kamini, a stunningly beautiful, large eyed woman from the planet Feletia, he thinks he has finally met the girl of his dreams until he is recruited by her, and he becomes the unlikeliest captain of a prototype destroyer in the Feletian space navy, giving him the ability to stir up trouble than he can get out of Queen Aphelia, leader of her female dominant society, and Kamini s mother, takes an interest in him She uses Robert to attain her political goals, forcing him to learn harsh and sometimes painful lessons in humility when his earthbound attitude clashes with the strong willed Feletian women When Robert is powerless to stop the assassination of the Feletian royal family, Kamini ascends the throne and takes him as husband He becomes Feletia s Regent, sparking a political and marital struggle that could bring the flames of galactic war to the peaceful planet.

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    1. Edward Robert Teach is your average human male. He is smart, rich and very un-politically correct. He also abhors his famous namesake, Blackbird the Pirate. One day, a spaceship lands on the lawn of the White House. Out come several gorgeous women. They are actually from the female-dominated planet of Feletia. They are here to recruit human males, including from the general public, to join the Feletian Space Navy. Feletia is in the middle of an interplanetary war against the Lyonians, who have a [...]

    2. The Eyes Behold TomorrowWho will enjoy this book? Young boys. It is a very simple story with straightforward, uncomplicated storytelling. In general, I don’t anticipate women enjoying this book a great deal. Now before some of you out there yell at me and say, I’m a woman and I enjoyed it, let me finish. It doesn’t fit into the lesbian niche market. There is no interesting female interaction except for cat fighting competition between the two sisters, a male fantasy about having women in s [...]

    3. This review has been crossposted from my blog at The Cosy Dragon . Please head there for more in-depth reviews by me, which appear on a timely schedule.Edward Teach is one of the first humans to be chosen to fly off world to the Feletians. A red blooded, idiotic male through and through, Teach has to have some sort of redeeming qualities - he's a good leader and a good ship captain.The entire novel's language is stilted in my opinion. I never really got into the feel of it. The diaglogue felt fo [...]

    4. When an alien race makes contact with Earth's leaders asking for two ships worth of water to help save their dying planet, Earth gains a new ally in the Feletians. The Feletians have been watching Earth for years, and while peaceful in nature, they are willing to fight to protect themselves and others. But policing the galaxy is spreading their forces quite thin, so they recruit humans to join their military forces. One of these humans is Robert Teach. In the beginning this book seemed very much [...]

    5. I was given book for honest review. Wow. The aliens are among us. Genius playboy Teach goes to join the Feletian space navy and gets caught up in royal intrigue. The Eyes Behold Tomorrow was filled with witty dialogue, distinctive characters, descriptive sci-fi tech, and romance. It has a bit of everything for everybody.

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