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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't Waste Your Time, 31 Aug 2010
James McCarron "euklides" (Waterloo, ON, CANADA) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Hypatia (Hardcover)
Khan Amore's "Hypatia" is, in many ways, a rather tragic book. It represents a stunning failure of the publishing industry. This book gets my vote for the worst book ever published. Superficially, the book may be classified as a sci-fi historical novel. It is an historical novel because it is set, mainly, in fifth century Alexandria and its environs. It is science fiction because it involves time travel. However, the book consists, almost entirely, of a sequence of lengthy and detailed paedophile fantasies. These are interspersed by equally lengthy diatribes bemoaning, in the same tired, old ways, the evils of Christianity and, to a lesser degree, religion in general. Don't waste your time.
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Hypatia by Khan Amore (Paperback - 1 July 2001)
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