It was an ordinary day when the bugs invaded.
The bugs had swooped in, hitting the early-warning system and landing within hours of that. There was time to sound alarms, but not time to evacuate billions of people to safe places – if, indeed, there would have been safe places for all.
They weren’t truly bugs, of course; they were an alien species with alien biology. But they had segmented bodies and compound ideas, and the term stuck.
Worse than their attack, worse than their alien behavior, was how they succeeded in their attack: they invaded the bodies and minds of humans (not all humans, but a select few) in a symbiotic merger that left them better able to work with and understand the human psyche.
They won the first thrust of the battle.
However, they were not counting on the complexity and strength of the human resistance.
Bug Invasion starts with the invasion. From there it follows the symbiotes and their struggle to deal with the human condition.
This entry was originally posted at http://aldersprig.dreamwidth.org/585273.html. You can comment here or there.