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The Alien Trilogy

The Alien Trilogy is for people who consider learning new things, forgiving, and winding up with a sense of humor and a responsible job to be a happy ending.



Becoming Alien

by Rebecca Ore

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Finalist for the 1989 Philip K. Dick Award
Nominated for the 1988 Locus Awards: FIRST NOVEL

Who you become shapes what you remember about who you were. How you change depends on the minds you meet. If they’re not human, you stretch in ways you never expected to stretch. And you change how the others see themselves.

“In this the first book, we meet a young Tom Gentry. On his Virginia farm he encounters drug lords, rude locals, and other strange creatures (specifically a young alien by the name of Mica). Shortly after meeting Mica Tom has a run-in with the local constabulary, which leads him to believe that a trip out of town might be beneficial. So he ran……… He never knew you could run so far.”
  — Roy Sloan (Amazon Review)

ISBN: 978-1-61976-000-4 (13 digit)
Publication Date: 2012
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Being Alien

by Rebecca Ore

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Finalist for the 1990 Philip K. Dick Award
Nominated for the 1990 Locus Awards: SF NOVEL

All the different ways of being a smart calculating creature doesn’t mean that those creatures don’t do dumb things from time to time, borrow each others’ vices, and can't have hangnails and broken feathers.

“Tom Red-Clay has grown up in the galaxy. Now, in the stunning sequel to BECOMING ALIEN, Tom must return to Earth on a secret mission for the Federation. His marching orders: “Three goals, two obligatory, one optional: research japan, go to dinner with two humans, find a wife.
“Set down in Berkeley, California, a world indeed no less strange to him than Karst, Tom must decipher the intrigues of humans and aliens alike - with the fate of Earth itself riding on his every move.”
  — anonymous (Amazon Review)

ISBN: 978-1-61976-001-1 (13 digit)
Publication Date: 2012
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Human to Human

by Rebecca Ore

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The scariest species can be your own. And the funniest, including you. In the end, a happy enough ending involves accepting creatures for what they are and can be. And every country boy made good out among strangers needs an extreme servant.

“The last book of the trilogy doesn't pull any punches. Red Clay is a conflicted character.…on the one hand he hates having come from a world of war and prejudice.…on the other hand he slowly, and painfully comes to terms of who he is, and how far he’s gone. …[A] coming of age story for Tom Red Clay, and for Earth.”
  — Vincent Westerband (Amazon Review)

ISBN: 978-1-61976-002-8 (13 digit)
Publication Date: 2012
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