I believe that the “novel” Genesis is a must read item for anyone interested in the field of HARBINSON RESPONDS: GENESIS: Miss Randles please note. Genesis (Projekt Saucer, book 3) by W A Harbinson – book cover, description, publication history. #2. Genesis (Projekt Saucer 3). from: $ #3. Millennium. from: $ #4. Resurrection (Projekt Saucer 5). #5. List View | Grid View. Books by W.A. Harbinson.

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Returning to England, he lived in London for twenty years, spent a few years in Paris, but now lives in West Cork, Ireland. Refresh and try again.

Sean rated it really liked genesiis Dec 31, Projekt Saucer 5 books. To ask other readers questions about Genesisplease sign up.

Genesis (Projekt Saucer #3) by W.A. Harbinson

I first read Genesis in the early s. What we end up with is a fast-paced adventure across the globe and across time that builds quite an epic story of global conspiracy.

Will read it again soon Melanie rated it it was amazing Dec 16, Aug 18, Robert Mac Isaac added it Recommends it for: Jul 17, Charles rated it it was amazing Shelves: No trivia or quizzes yet. The story follows a UFO investigator on his search for the truth about UFO sightings and abductions and there are interesting side stories and flashbacks from key characters. I read this book years ago gsnesis it went out geneis print.


Show More Show Less. Harbinson was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland in There is a global conspiracy of such enormity that those who encounter even its outermost fringes are inevitably contaminated. I read this back when it first came out geenesis the early 80’s. Dan Eggleston rated it liked it Feb 26, Skip to main content. Jul 06, Mark Perkiss rated it it was amazing.

Cal rated it liked it Nov 04, The Illustrated Collection Books by J. I remember this as being a really good book. Picked up by chance years ago.

Charles rated it really liked it May 31, I’d read some other reviews most of which were positive and it sounded fascinating, being an alternate history sort tenesis story founded in actual events and myth.

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You may also like. A Novel by John GrishamHardcover A Spanish-language edition of Genesis was published by Circulo de Lectores in Shipped to over one million happy customers.

Vintage Genessi Books Paperback Books. See details for description of any imperfections. Jul 22, Tom Barnett rated it really liked it. One of those books that I could not put down.

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The original Genesis was then used as geneais basis for his 5-volume “Projekt Saucer” series, which includes, in sequence, InceptionPhoenix nominated for the Arthur C. Every now and then a book like this comes along that I can really get into, get totally engrossed in and I don’t want to put it down.


One of the best alternate history stories that I’ve read to date, and it’s a good yarn that keeps you hanging in there for the next slice of the story. Trivia About Genesis Projekt Links The Alliance of Independent Authors: Since then, he has republished most of his best-known works as both POD books and Kindle e-books.

Preview — Genesis by W. I did struggle a little with some of the dialogue at times which seemed a little odd and just there for the sake of it. As I said, I had trouble putting this one down and I attribute this to the intriguing plot that one could almost imagine being factual. Uzumaki 3-in-1, Deluxe Edition Includes vols. Harbinsonis a British author. Sana rated it liked it Aug 22, I would recommend it for those who don’t mind a bit of science fiction mixed with a bit of reality.

Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. This was followed by an avant-garde novel, Knockdescribed in the foreword by Colin Wilson as a work that “belongs to an Irish tradition that runs from Charles Lever and Samuel Loverdown through JoyceBeckett and Donleavy “.