Publisher Description

“TRANSMISSION is riveting, unexpected, and firmly rooted in strong psychological profiles backed with thriller and sci-fi elements: what more could readers wish for? (Just the quick publication of Book Two, Arrival.)”

--Midwest Book Review

The #1 Bestseller!

From #1 worldwide bestselling fantasy author Morgan Rice comes a long-anticipated science fiction series debut. When SETI finally receives a signal from an alien civilization, what will happen next?

A 13 year old boy, dying of a rare brain disease, is the only one able to hear and decode signals from outer space. SETI confirms it is a real signal.

What is the message? How will the world react? 

And most of all: are the aliens coming?

“Action-packed …. Rice’s writing is solid and the premise intriguing.”

–Publishers Weekly, re A Quest of Heroes

“A superior fantasy… A recommended winner for any who enjoy epic fantasy writing fueled by powerful, believable young adult protagonists.”

–Midwest Book Review, re Rise of the Dragons

“An action packed fantasy sure to please fans of Morgan Rice’s previous novels, along with fans of works such as THE INHERITANCE CYCLE by Christopher Paolini…. Fans of Young Adult Fiction will devour this latest work by Rice and beg for more.”

–The Wanderer, A Literary Journal (regarding Rise of the Dragons)

Book #2 in the series—ARRIVAL—is also available!

Also available are Morgan Rice’s many series in the fantasy genre, including A QUEST OF HEROES (BOOK #1 IN THE SORCERER’S RING), a free download with over 1,300 five star reviews!

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
19 June
Morgan Rice
Lukeman Literary Management

Customer Reviews

SaneCharlie ,

Too many idiots, not enough plot

This was such a frustrating book. There’s a few interesting ideas there, and the core concept - a boy’s rare brain disorder allows him to tune in to alien communications - but there’s not enough plot for a whole book.
So to slow things down, our author repeats plot points, especially the old All Adults Are Idiots one, which is fine in small doses, but in this case means that a whole bunch of world-class scientists have toddler-level reasoning abilities.
Also, you can’t call your series ‘The Invasion Chronicle’ and then treat the invasion as a huge twist that your audience will be totally stunned by.

toonup72 ,

Promising, then disappointing

I enjoyed the unfolding alien contact story enough to overlook the recurring “adults are stoopid and kid saves the day” theme. However this story turned into a totally new direction towards the end, and it all got too much for me. I did not finish the book because I lost all enjoyment.

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