From the back cover:
Dozens of flying saucers have landed all over the world. As UFO enthusiasts and selfie-seekers flock to the landing sites, Earth’s governments attempt to make contact, without success.
While the world waits for communication from the saucers, Wyck Phillips has a hunch their appearance may have something to do with the Altars, like the one his father brought home from the war.
To find out, he brings the Altar to tech journalist Sandra Park, who’s been tracking the mysterious, otherworldly devices her whole career. With the arrival of the flying saucers, she may finally get her answers.
But will anyone on Earth still be around to read her story?
Of course, that’s just the beginning of the story. The origin of our mysterious visitors, the purpose of the altars, the fate of Earth itself—all will be revealed.
The Altars weighs in at around 65,000 words. If you prefer page counts, the paperback is just shy of 300 pages. It’s an entirely standalone story (not part of a series, in other words). And as I mentioned before, it contains a bit of mild language, but no violence (except maybe some shoving), so you can let the kids read it.
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