Chris Wagoner was jettisoned from his doomed home planet as an infant and crash landed in a field in the Midwest. He was taken in by a kindly couple and now lives to fight for truth, justice, and the American way! Sometimes he finds a free moment to pen novels like We the People.
Morticia Thane has a problem. It's not the fact that she has no memories before two years ago, or even the fact that she can't die. Thane has been abducted by a top secret military unit, whisked away to a hidden facility in the desert by the stalwart but ruthless Captain Bast.
Thane meets a group of misfits like herself, and discover that they're not mere prisoners but the last line of defense against a threat from beyond the stars. Can Thane and the others find a way to win? Or will the human race become extinct at the hands of an alien virus?
What people are saying...
"Inalienable (We the People, Book 1) by Christopher Scott Wagoner is an interesting science fiction story with lots of action. Morticia finds herself in a secret government program, abducted and kidnapped and told very little about the military facility where she's been dropped in the middle of the desert. She has no memories of the past two years and finds herself with a group of other misfits. People like herself, who are prisoners of Captain Bast in the hellhole in the desert. Except the members of the ragtag group aren't prisoners. They have special abilities, like the fact that Morticia can't die. When a threat from outer space threatens to wipe out the entire human race, Morticia and her friends become Earth's last secret weapon. They will fight until the bitter death to keep people safe from the deadly alien virus.
This book reminded me of a more grown up version of Sky High (about a high school for kids with super powers). The super powers are here (like shrinking) but the stakes are much higher in this story. There is intrigue and suspense and questions, never exactly knowing whose side is the right side and who exactly is fighting whom. I liked the action in this story, too, and loved the idea of a group of misfits being recruited to save the planet. I think other readers will really appreciate this David and Goliath story as much as I did."