Jasper’s from the city. She lives with her best friend and lives life to the fullest. One day she discovered something, and it changed her life, a conspiracy in death. Accidents and murders keep occurring, and people are missing. Some think it’s radicalism others suspect terrorism, but it’s something more sinister. Strangers from the sky are among us, and they claimed the earth as their own. Very few can see them, for they are what we call a shifter.
These killers walk the streets and plan to eliminate humankind.
Times get desperate when they are forced to live by the light of the moon. Fighting in a dark word to defend humanity against a threat they’re unaware of.
A group of young people see the threat and investigate it, only to find out it’s something that can destroy the world. Since they are the only ones who can see this, it is up to them to save it.
Leading them to discover the strangers within themselves and secrets never told.
This book is the introductory book to the entire series. It introduces you to the characters and the situation and when book two begins you're already familiar with everyone. They have learned tricks of the trades, found out who they are and learned to accept what they cannot change. When it comes to the battle that's a different thing, it is the one thing that will keep them on their toes and if they are not careful it will take their lives.
Secrets Beyond The Moon: Strangers from the sky
"I'm frightened. If putting red plastic over the window keeps me busy enough not to think about our dilemma, then that's what I'm going to do. In one sense, I would prefer to be out, knowing what's going on. The alternative makes me want to hide under the bed like a huge old chicken." Jasper wanted to answer her, but Buddy was washing her face with his tongue, and the thought of opening her mouth to speak and having her tonsils cleaned did not interest her very much. Buddy jumped down and went to his food dish. This gave her a chance to get out of bed and help her. As Faith reached up and taped the corners, she asked, "Have you noticed we've had no sun? I don't think any of the men noticed yet, but I'm confident you noticed." Jasper nodded.