Book Review: Heaven’s Shadow

Heaven’s Shadow, by David S. Goyer and Michael Cassutt

Years ago an object was spotted in space, thought to be an asteroid of some kind and dubbed Keanu. As the immense object approaches Earth, two space shuttles are sent to investigate. But when the astronauts arrive, they soon discover the object is not a lifeless rock. And Keanu has been sent to Earth with a purpose.

With the feel of a science fiction/horror classic, Goyer and Cassutt have created an incredibly dynamic near future alien contact story, shrouded in mystery and suspense. With a large ensemble cast, each is well-developed and full of complexities. Warner Bros. has already acquired the rights to a movie deal, to be written and directed by Goyer. The novel certainly reads like an action-packed thriller. And it’s easy to the promise in this forthcoming trilogy.

This first installment sets up the characters and first contact with the mysterious aliens. Full of danger, tension, surprises, and chills, science fiction fans will definitely want to check out this exciting new release. Edge-of-your-seat-excitement meets emotional drama with an explosive finale. This gripping story builds in intensity to its climactic cliffhanger ending that will leave readers wanting more.

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