Alien Secrets - Ian Douglas

Alien Secrets

By Ian Douglas

  • Release Date: 2020-06-30
  • Genre: High Tech
4 Score: 4 (From 42 Ratings)


In the first novel in New York Times bestselling author Ian Douglas’ Solar Warden series, government conspiracy theories, UFO history, and thrilling space combat come together in an unforgettable interstellar military science fiction adventure.


In the final days of World War II, the Allies ransacked Berlin. Third Reich scientists were highly sought- out prizes for Americans and Russians desperate to possess the Nazi knowledge of nuclear firepower. But they failed to capture one of the most vital members of Adolf Hitler’s inner circle: SS Obergruppenfuhrer Hans Kammler. One of the engineers of Auschwitz, Kammler was also a liaison with the Nazis’ silent partners whose technological wonders nearly helped the Axis win the war—the alien species the Germans called the Eidechse.   

More than seven decades later, U. S. Navy SEAL Lieutenant Commander Mark Hunter has witnessed the impossible. On a mission in North Korea, an unidentified flying object destroyed a compound developing weapons of mass destruction. Now, he has been recruited to join a government agency that has been harboring a secret alliance with extraterrestrials since 1947. Selected to lead an elite force of soldiers, Hunter will travel across the stars to help humanity stake its claim among greater intelligent life in the universe.

But the aliens who have infiltrated Earth and guided war mongering nations since the twentieth century have their own agendas…


  • Engaging but a little difficult to get past the preoposterous

    By Fastprof
    The trouble I had with this book was that I couldn’t get past the preposterous aspects of the foundation information. I also had trouble getting past the multiple conspiracy theories that had to be real conspiracies. Yet, I enjoyed aspects of it, particularly when the narrative moved on to the actual mission. Still, I think I will leave the series behind.
  • Very entertaining.

    By kman132
    I have read most of Ian’s series and there usually is a common underlying ‘thread’ in them, but this takes a unique angle. It is entertaining, makes you think about the theme at a different level, and is well worth the read.