Saturday, April 20, 2013

Review: The Species Intervention #6609 series by: J.K. Accinni

Series Title: The Species Intervention #6609
Author: J.K. Accinni
Source: Independent review
Genre: SciFi romance
Reviewed by: Emi

About the Author 

Everyone asks authors what motivated them to write their latest book. They usually receive a variety of answers. Some wild, some boring, some obvious and some that feel an overriding passion. So I'm going to take a minute to tell you why I wrote the series, Species Intervention #6609.

Let me caution you...this is not to intentionally gross you out. In pursuit of wildlife conservation, I have traveled around the world exploring my passion. Unfortunately, I can no longer deal with the pain that accompanies my exposure to the creatures I love so much. Do you know someone like that? Your friend that refuses to listen when you relate the news how some scum bag across town shot the neighbor's dog in the head and buried him in sand up to his neck. How a 21 year old girl had an argument with her roommate and took her 3 week old kittens and slammed them up against the wall, killing them? I know.... you don't want to read this. And this is mild!

Shockingly, the world across the ocean is even worse. And the Internet has served to acerbate pleasure killings. Now you and your 17 year old ignorant buddies that caught the little monkey, can skin him alive, put him in a pot and proudly show the photos all over the Internet to prove what big boys you are. It's not much different than the big game hunters that travel to South Africa (Or Texas in the good ole USA) to pay $85,000 to shoot a rare white lion and bring its head home to show what big men they are. The perpetual "who has the biggest penis contest." I think that's enough of the atrocity stories. Believe me, I can tell you things that happen in my own state of Florida that will not allow you to sleep at night. Sigh...
There is very little that a single person can do to change Man's evil behavior toward Earth's innocent creatures that have so little...merely their lives. Unreasonably, Man feels the justification to steal that from them too.
Enter Species Intervention. My own way of getting even and exercising some of the pain I feel, hopefully raising awareness and entertaining at the same time. Baby and Echo are my adored enigmatic creatures. My characters all have lives that will intersect in book four, Hive. It will be there that my theme starts to truly emerge to shock and intrigue you. (I sure hope.) It will only be at the end of my current book in progress that "God " will ask himself, "Perhaps it's time to turn this new world I have created over to women to care for."
Would the softer, gentler of our species do a better job? I wonder. What would happen to the men? And what challenges and shocks does the new world present to the survivors of the old one? Pick up this well-reviewed series and discover yourself!
I am a doggy mommy, wildlife nut and supporter, writer, author, world traveler, political junkie and a Survivor wannabe...hear that Jeff Probst?

J. K. Accinni was born and raised in Sussex County before moving to Randolph, New Jersey, where she lived with her husband, five dogs and eight rabbits, all rescued and currently resides in Sarasota Florida. Mrs. Accinni's passion for wildlife conservation has led her all over the world, including three trips to Africa, where ten years ago she and her husband fell in love with a baby elephant named Wendi that had been rescued by the incomparable David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Wendi is the inspiration for the character Tobi , the elephant featured in her fourth book titled Hive.

The character of Caesar is inspired by a real life iconic tiger from Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary in Sarasota. A portion of the proceeds from her third book, Armageddon Cometh, will be donated to the sanctuary in support of the enormous expense required to house and feed the displaced wildlife in their care. Mrs. Accinni invites her readers to visit to view the astounding facility and plan a visit with your family.
Mrs. Accinni also invites you to visit her web page at , where information on The Big Cat Habitat and Gulf Coast Sanctuary can also be viewed. Readers are encouraged to comment about the book or your own creature experiences.

About the Books 
First in the series is Baby:

Baby was a thrilling read! I couldn't put it down! You know the author has done her job right when you want to actually insert yourself into the novel and kill the bad guy yourself lol! I really felt for Netty, just as things were looking up, Lady Luck decides to change course. I definitely recommend this book! A must read!

Next in the series is Echo:

Another great installment for the Species Series! J. K. Accinni does a wonderful job portraying the world she has envisioned for this series. In Baby's book there was a character, that I wanted to reach into the book myself to set him straight, and Armoni and his trio of crazies made me want to do the same in this book. When an author can make you feel that deeply, whether its a like or dislike about a character, you know that they are very talented and have accomplished what they set out to do. Tho this series is sci-fi, there is also some touching moments in it, that in my opinion even out some of the craziness of I and make it that much better. I mean craziness in a good way lol. Great series so far, now off to read the next on, Armageddon Cometh.

Next in the series is Armageddon Cometh:

I loved it! Armageddon Cometh was an incredible third installment in the Species Intervention #6609 series. I'm a bit confused as to what causes the actual collapse of humanity, the Salafis or The Womb. But I guess that is what the mastermind that is J. K. Accinni was aiming for as she wrote this book. I cannot wait to read The Hive to see how it all pans out! This is an amazing series.

Nest in the series is The Hive: 

What a great read! The Hive was another great installment in the Species intervention series. I have to admit I'm not big on sci-fi or alien type novels or movies but this series has definitely changed my opinion of the genre. I cannot wait to see what happens next. I'm rooting for Lorna big time! In every book there has been a character that I seriously despise, and Seth is that one for me in the Hive. So hopefully in The One, he gets what's coming to him, lol.

My overall review of the series, is that it's crazy amazing! J.K. Accini creates a world full of craziness (craziness in an interesting way), but the love between the main characters and their little creatures is the light in the darkness of this series. 
In the first book, Baby, I was so happy for Wil and Netty, their love for each other, and Baby was profound, they were each other's salvation, but the cruelness of humanity destroyted it. In the following books, she depicts an ugly world set in the future, but Jose, Abby, and Scotty along with Echo are the saviors not only for each other but of a slected few that are taken along on their journey to save the animals and create a world of love and respect for each other and the wildlife around them.
Great series, a must read! 


  1. Wow, those are some awesome covers.

  2. Thank you so much for hosting me today, Emilia. You did a lovely job!!! Book 5 will be out next month and I can't wait to see what you think!

    1. You are very welcome, and thank you! I'm looking forward to the next one! :)


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