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4.0 out of 5 stars A strong conclusion to Reality 36
If, like me, you bought Guy Haley's Reality 36 without doing a lot of research you may have been miffed to find that it effectively ends on a cliffhanger. Omega Point is the second and concluding part of this story, and realistically the two should be viewed as one two-volume book.

If you enjoyed Reality 36, you'll very probably enjoy Omega Point. As the...
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1.0 out of 5 stars A weak sequel to Reality 37
Very poor. Whereas Reality 37 had all the good ideas, this book has far fewer.

There is also a lot of padding in the book, to bulk it up (e.g. the battle with the Dough King, and the Fanny Valley) none of which really adds to the story.

A poor book by the measure of the quality of Reality 37
Published on 29 Aug 2012 by Christopher Mahon


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4.0 out of 5 stars A strong conclusion to Reality 36, 10 Oct 2012
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If, like me, you bought Guy Haley's Reality 36 without doing a lot of research you may have been miffed to find that it effectively ends on a cliffhanger. Omega Point is the second and concluding part of this story, and realistically the two should be viewed as one two-volume book.

If you enjoyed Reality 36, you'll very probably enjoy Omega Point. As the concluding part, it's tempting (but unfair) to judge it as a stand-alone book. It has a greater degree of development for its core characters than Reality 36, but relatively fewer new ideas - neither issue preventing the book from being an enjoyable and gripping read.
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1.0 out of 5 stars A weak sequel to Reality 37, 29 Aug 2012
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Very poor. Whereas Reality 37 had all the good ideas, this book has far fewer.

There is also a lot of padding in the book, to bulk it up (e.g. the battle with the Dough King, and the Fanny Valley) none of which really adds to the story.

A poor book by the measure of the quality of Reality 37
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