The New World Order

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David Fickling Books, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 435 pages
4 Reviews
Only the completely original and unalloyed Jeapesian imagination could think of launching a full-scale alien invasion right into the middle of the English Civil War. Oliver Cromwell’s New Model Army, as well as a young King Charles II, face the full might of the powerful Holekhors as alien airships fly in the skies over 17th-century London.

This is an extraordinary and thrilling novel, entirely original, and based in one of the most interesting periods of English history. Read about what might have happened in the 17th century—life could have been very different for us all. . . .

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Review: The New World Order: Two Worlds, One Order

User Review  - Second Run Reviews - Goodreads

This book wasn't at all what I was expecting. I found the plot to be very boring and not engaging at all. I'm not a fan of die-hard science fiction and much rather prefer fantasy. So I think that is why I was not a fan. Read full review

Review: The New World Order: Two Worlds, One Order

User Review  - Jamie Bruce - Goodreads

The blend of historical fiction and sci-fi/fantasy only partially works. The story is engaging but the blend of genres can feel forced and a little clunky. Still a good read however Read full review

About the author (2005)

Ben Jeapes is the author of The Xenocide Mission, The Ark, Winged Chariot, and 18 short stories, most of which can be found at his Web site: www.sff.net/people/ben-jeapes. He lives in Oxfordshire, England.

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