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Not bad, a little confusing (but it is dealing with quantum timelines after all)
on 24 May 2012
I enjoyed this episode in the Omniverse series. It was a little confusing seeing a new chapter that was talking about a whole new timeline, I had to go back to the beginning of a chapter and start again a few times when I realised that the last chapter wasn't directly before the one that I was reading.
Once I knew that the book was doing this then it became a lot easier to read the rest until finally I screamed at the book for not having any more pages to read. Now I have to wait ages for the next set of chapters to be written!
The book could do with another round at the editors, there are quite a few spelling mistakes dotted around but for a self published book the writing structure in this book and the others in the series is really good. It has kind of ruined some other self published sci-fi books I've bought on the kindle because they all seem amateurish by comparison!
I recommend the whole series of books for any sci fi fan. The characters are great (some lasting through thousands of years of story arc) and the concepts are mind buzzingly brilliant.
You should get this book (and the others in the series). The covers are a bit crap though, the writing style and quality of these books deserves the kind of covers that appear on Peter F. Hamilton books. (but you know what they say about judging a book by its cover don't you?) :-)