The Autopsy of Planet Earth

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Author: RJ Eastwood

Genre: Social Science Fiction

Page Count: 225

Word Count: 75,000

Library of Congress Control Number: 2021944106


Paperback: 978-1-64456-368-7

Mobi: 978-1-64456-369-4

ePub: 978-1-64456-370-0

The world is tossed into a tailspin when mankind

comes face-to-face with an intelligent alien race.


When mankind is threatened by the arrival of an intelligent alien race claiming to have come in peace, Gabriel Ferro, Chief of Staff to U.S. President William Conrad, and Dr. Catherine Blake, become ensnared in not only a CIA/NSA conspiracy, but a world beyond their wildest imagination, a world beyond Earth, beyond the Milky Way. In an effort to learn why the aliens have come at all, together Gabriel and Dr. Blake venture to where no humans gone before.


“The Autopsy of Planet Earth was the overall winner of Book Talk Radio’s Book of the Year and it deserved it! It is thought provoking science fiction, discussion worthy, and hard to forget.”

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“This one was a page-turner for sure. Eastwood is a talented, inventive writer. The novel is masterfully crafted from beginning to end and I couldn't put it down. And the ending is definitely a surprise. Keep it up, Mr. Eastwood!” 5-Stars - Michael Bennett- TMW Media Group

“Eastwood shines with his imagination and insight as to the human race. This novel is thought-provoking, discussion-worthy, and hard to forget. A tremendous book for a book group to read, and it was Book Talk Radio’s Book of the Year!” 5-Stars -

“Science fiction fans are delivered a surprisingly wonderful treat with The Autopsy of Planet Earth. The author does an excellent job of taking what is familiar and crafting a new world that is relatable and allows readers to logically suspend disbelief.” 25th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards.

“The idea for The Autopsy of Planet Earth by R.J. Eastwood is pure brilliance. This novel is for all those hooked by the introduction to the original Star Trek series ‘to boldly go where no man has gone before’. Eastwood takes us there and back.” 5-Stars - Ray Simmons - Readers’ Favorite