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The Perennial Migration by Dominik Marcel Kirtaime
The year is 3010, the human race divided; the new breed living inside the World Administration dome network and outside the older breed. A pandemic, broken out throughout the dome network by a corrosion in the citizens' wrist chips, is causing the planet to die. Whether the outbreak was accidental or intentional, either way the reptilian race stood to gain from such an apocalypse.
With most metal resources now the property of the World Administration, survival of man, beast and plant will depend on such life forms working together; and the leniency of our galaxy controllers.
Just A Few (Of The Many) 5 Stars Reviews:
Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars. By Page M. on May 20, 2017. Format: Paperback
Creative dystopian world.
This is a very creative dystopian story where the people are separated by wealth, privilege and skill-sets into ‘the new breed’ --which gets all the perks and ‘the old breed’ -- which gets tossed out into the savage wilderness. In this mix is a soldier, Leo, who finds himself cast out of the domed universe into the wild beyond.
His brother, Thorn, and sister, True, soon find themselves in conflict with this rather strict regime and have to flee their once seemingly perfect civilization.
Each of the citizens is tracked by an ‘intelligent chip’ implanted in the wrist until a strange sickness necessitates the removal of these devices. As the siblings fight for survival and to reunite with their brother, they begin to uncover a plot against the human race.
Oh and humans aren’t the only inhabitants in this particular cosmos, there are reptilian beings who want to have these citizens to dinner. Not as a social courtesy mind you, as the entree. In this highly detailed sphere, human organs are a delicacy.
Aided by the old breed and a group of ‘forest folk’ these siblings surmount major disadvantages to try and save Earth from potential genocide.
Told through multiple POV’s, including Leo’s, Thorn’s and True’s -- which offers a glimpse into the siblings’ relationship. There are a few typos which could be fixed with another round of proofing. It did not stop me from following the story.
I would recommend this for ages 13 and up. The attack scenes and fights in the hospital dome might be too mature for younger readers.
There’s some clever world building here. And the author certainly ensures that there are plenty of twists to keep the reader guessing.
Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars. By Omar Mujtaba on March 26, 2017. Format: Kindle Edition
An Enjoyable Sci-Fi about humans, aliens, and survival!
The first I want to talk about is the book cover. While the book cover isn't a deciding factor when it comes to enjoying stories, as far as I'm concerned, I do appreciate a good, eye-catching cover, and that's what The Perennial Migration has. I really like the reptilian-esque eye. Coming to the story, it's Sci-Fi and D.M. Kirtmaime does a good job establishing the premise in the prologue. The characters are interesting, which is important when it comes to telling stories. The story is 165 pages long so you can easily read it one sitting, and you'll want to because of the pace it has, and you wanting to know if the migration was a success. I won't mind reading a sequel either, which I think Kirtaime should write.
Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars. By Encuentro on April 26, 2017. Format: Kindle Edition
An Exhilarating Science Fiction Thriller!
D. M. Kirtaime has done a fabulous job of crafting a dystopian thriller and creating a futuristic setting in which one group of characters’ lives in a secluded world, ignorant to the horrors that await them just below the surface, while another group of characters seek to rule the planet and exploit humans for their own personal needs.
Siblings True, Leo and Thorn are faced with a threat that nothing in the seclusion of life in a dome community could possibly have prepared them for. Reptilians, hiding beneath the surface of the Earth, have risen to feed on human organs and take back what they believe to be rightfully theirs. To make matters worse for the story's protagonists, the Reptilians are being assisted by humans within the World Administration Force.
The characters of True, Leo and Thorn are well-developed. Readers are given characters they can sympathize with and root for.
The villainous Reptilians are the perfect antagonists for the story's heroes. The threat they pose seems insurmountable when their horrific plan is unveiled.
"The Perennial Migration" is a fast-paced thrill-ride with plenty of twists and turns! Highly-recommended!
Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars. By Trace on April 4, 2017. Format: Kindle Edition
Suspense, thriller, futuristic technology and war
The perennial Migration was a book full of suspense and thrills, but those aren't necessarily my favorite things about this book. Some of the things I liked the most were the characters and even more so the new look at a futuristic, post-war planet full of crazy new technology and structures. You get to see that from the very beginning in the prologue when the author tells you a bit of the back ground; like what happened to the planet, the split in society, and the dome structures and tunnels. I liked being able to follow the characters throughout a story, even when struggles and obstacles appeared for them. It was almost as if I was there with them. The idea of having to move to another planet is daunting, making this book that much better. One of the best positives is the adventure in a foreign place, but with familiar human emotions and attributes.
Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars. By Kayla Krantz, Author of Dead by Morning on January 11, 2017. Format: Kindle Edition
Sci-Fi isn't a genre I read much, but once I got into this story, I was super excited to see where it would take me. There were so many twists and turns that by the end I couldn't believe it was really over. I think I'll definitely read more in the sci-fi genre after having this wonderful book open the door.
Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars. By Amazon Customer on April 22, 2017. Format: Kindle Edition
I particularly enjoyed reading about the forest folk and their ability to ...
The Perennial Migration by Dominik Kirtaime is an interesting mixture of sci-fi and fantasy. Depicting the situation on Earth, hundreds of years from now, it is slightly reminiscent of Brave New World and Lord of the Rings. The book contains fascinating, albeit occasionally troubling, ideas which could be developed in subsequent series. I particularly enjoyed reading about the forest folk and their ability to communicate with nature. The plot is tight and easy to follow; the characters are well-formed - one could almost smell the reptilians. I hope that the author follows through with the promise he makes at the end of the book and continues the story in another volume.
Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars. By Steve Williams on January 22, 2017. Format: Kindle Edition
Well worth the money
This is an excellent read with an engaging story and believable characters. Set in the future in the midst of a pandemic disaster, it draws on a lot of what’s going on around us today and is one of those stories that can be read on several different levels. I enjoyed this book immensely and look forward to more by Mr. Kirtaime.
Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars. By J Don February 27, 2017. Format: Kindle Edition
The author has done a great job capturing the post global war events and how the life for humans become. The pain, their choice to migrate to another planet and the role of technology are well written. Overall the book "The Perennial Migration” written by the author D. M. Kirtaime is a great read.
Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars. By Brian Green on June 21, 2015. Format: Kindle Edition
Author D. M. Kirtaime does an amazing job with The Perennial Migration. From plot design to character development, everything was top notch and had me begging for more. i don't know what the other reviewer was talking about because this was worth every penny :)
Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars. By Francis on September 5, 2017. Format: Kindle Edition
'The Perennial Migration’ by D.M. Kirtaime is a face-paced, mix of sci-fi and fantasy. You better be ready because this book will take you to the Earth’s future. I love the characters’ extreme complexity all throughout the story. The storyline, plot and ending were also unexpected and superb! There are a lot of things that I love about this book and I couldn’t list them all. But one thing is for sure, I love it! And I am sure you will too! I highly recommend it.
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Dystopian, Post-Apocalyptic
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About The Author: Kirtaime grew up in the country outskirts of Bristol. After his military career he settled with his family in Germany. Wanting to write fantasy-fiction books was a childhood dream which he only decided to make come true in 2013 with his first book 'The Perennial Migration' - A mixture of adventure, conspiracy, legend, space travel all in one pot being stirred by hungry reptilians and cooled by heroes.
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