They came to Earth to eat us. Homo sapiens became the Tschaaa Alien's main meat source. Some humans fought, some tried to hide, others just died. Director Adam Lloyd arose with a plan to save some at the expense of others. The Protocol of Selective Survival, did it make Adam Lloyd a traitor or a savior of the human species? But some in the Free Area, the Unoccupied States, saw the aliens as an Infestation, not as an opportunity for the advancement of civilization by being a "client species." Heroes and heroines would arise to meet the threat to human dominance on Earth.In first of three volumes, the reader sees the large arch of characters who meet, fight, love, kill, survive, help or enslave their fellow humans, as well as an in-depth examination of the squid-like Tschaaa. From Marine Tobin Bender, a hero of the ages, to a Tschaaa created Cyborg called Andrew; there are complicated interactions and situations throughout the long story. Plus, racial strife raises its ugly head as those with darker skin are the preferred 'meat' of the Tschaaa.Also introduced are strong heroines; Madam President Sandra Paul of the Unoccupied States of America, the Spine of Steel for the resistance; Aleksandra Smirnov, Russian Spy and future wife of Torbin Bender; Abigail Young, the Avenging Angel from Deseret, will become the symbol and impetus behind a movement of female warriors fighting the alien infestation. All will fight in the tri-nation alliance to fight the cephalopodan "Squids" and the human renegades known as Krakens.Ichiro Yamamoto, New Samurai from Free Japan, will join his new blood brother Torbin in the struggle, and the attempt to assassinate the Tschaaa Lord (known by his adopted "Earth" name as Lord Neptune) behind the successful Infestation of Earth. In congruence, African American Malcom Carter will become the leader of the Revolt in the concentration camps known as Cattle Country, like those being bred to be meat for the Aliens say "No More."Will the attempt by Humankind to throw off the chains of Alien Tschaaa Bondage be successful, or will it disappear in a cloud of falling meteors and nuclear weapons?