A ""prequel"" to the tale of extraterrestrial invasion dramatized in the blockbuster 1996 film, Independence Day, details an evil government conspiracy to conceal the reputed UFO landing in Roswell. National ad/promo."
The book centers around Dr. Okun, and how he became involved with Area 51, and the trials he goes through finding the clues to the alien invaders.
This book is a nice addition to the movie, and can't wait the read "War in the desert."
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Silent Zone is a really good book. Its plot is incredible, and the writing style is easy to read. Okun, the protagonist, is an interesting character (interesting is to say the least...) He was written to be cool, and he does come off as that, for the most part. He also can be considered a nerd, but he's still cool. The other scientists at Area 51 are also interesting characters.
The writing is descriptive, and that pays off to add detail to science fiction. That style also keeps the reader interested to read on.
The prolouge, which takes place on July 5 after the attacks, is one of the best introductions I have ever read. It is also very descriptive, and is sets a very fun tone for the rest of the book. Once I read that, I realized that the book would be a really good one.
I really suggest that you read this book. It is a read-and-read-again book, so I also suggest that you buy it. Read, and then enjoy.