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Keely

A Steampunk Story
Narrated by: Phil Mayes
Length: 2 hrs and 13 mins
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Summary

Crashing into the streets of London, she fell to an Earth under siege by a mysterious race known as the Otherworlders. But as foreign as the aliens are, so is she to those who find her.

Thomas Laybourne, a tinker and weapons designer, finds the unconscious star girl and takes her back to his flat. Aided by his friend, Doctor Hunter, and a grumpy clothier named Mattie, he begins trying to determine who she is and why she has chosen the darkest days in human history to arrive.

With most of the world under alien control, only Britain remains as the vestige of human resistance; but the end is approaching, unless Laybourne's latest weapon can stop them. As he finishes up the weapon, his attention is drawn more and more to the beauty and amazing powers of the star girl.

Can they stop their advance and save the empire in time? Or is humanity destined to end beneath the dark clouds of the aliens?

©2015 D. Alan Lewis (P)2015 D. Alan Lewis

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It is a well-written action packed with awesome story line. I really love Keely as the key character, she is enigmatic and a countless lead. I enjoyed this story thoroughly. It was a great story from first line to the last, Keely after she falls from the sky. Very enjoyable.

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A different idea is presented by this author in this story. It is the idea of the girl dropping to Earth among the crisis of alien defeat fascinating and charming. It is a fun, a good quest, sometimes funny, sometimes loving, and sometimes electrifying as well. A complete story.

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Great Imagination

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This book will not let you move any other way it’s my challenge. The Kelly is the only savior of the earth that can make right again what man had destroyed. Listen to this book and enjoy this author’s imaginary which is out of this word.

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D. Alan Lewis is awesome

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This is my first story I have got of D. Alan Lewis and found it interesting and thrilling. In my opinion D. Alan Lewis is an excellent short tale of adventure and romance. The story has a great plot, excellent characters and impressive scenes. Liked it.

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I am so happy to have such an interesting story. Keely is such an appealing story, and the narrator has done an excellent job as well. I would really love to see more books from this author, showing how other places around the world handle the situation. This is recommended by me.

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Keely

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“Keely” kept me involved from start to end. It is a comparatively excellent story that keeps you bent from start to the last chapter. A story that have hope, takes risks, and gets its due reward. It is an excellent job done by D. Alan Lewis.