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6: Charlie and Lisa

Plot / themes
  • 1980.
  • The aliens are still collecting evidence. But Eric Crawford still has the artifact. But the project seems to be over.
  • The star necklace passes from Jacob Clarke to Lisa.
  • Charlie Keys on the run. Taken.
  • 1981.
  • Jacob dies.
  • 1986.
  • Danny is Lisas new dad. And Nina her new friend. Lisa is taken.
  • Eric looks up Tom Clarke.
  • 1992.
  • Eric back with dr. Wakeman. Somebody wants to revive the project. But so far Eric is more interested in the Clarkes, and shows up in person. Lisa runs. Tom, as always, helps.
  • Charlie Keys. Saying hello to his crazy, dying father. Taken at the same time as Lisa. Breeding.
  • A grown Mary Crawford.
  • Dr. Wakeman has built something, that can track all the inplants. And also Lisa. They try to take her in - but she is unsubtly protected.
  • 1993.
  • Pregnant Lisa. And she knows there's something fishy about the father. The birth attracts a lof of UFOs. They save mother and child (Allie) from dying.
  • Mary sees the artifact. And starts a relationship with Wakeman.
  • 1996.
  • Allie is already special.
  • The aliens are more visible, do bigger things.

Plot in short
A new Messiah?
Technology to watch every move of citizens.
Relevancy of plot

Plot is thought provoking

Realism in plot

Dr. Wakeman is creepy. Even in the face of failure, he is amused.
Charlie fights against being taken, and is frustrated when it doesn't help.
Believable characters
I feel the fear of those taken.
Touching characters


Stalkers with their faces in shadow - nice.
2nd time.
Important, nice development. 7/10.

Created: 8 August, 2006 - Last changed: 8 August, 2006 - Comments (0)