(Aim, method and results are left up to the reader)
Discussion: Don't let the title of this review fool you. In this case a worm is good. Not like those tape worms that horses get, or that giant space worm that lived in the asteroid in Star Wars, but more like the earth worm, a few inches long on the end of a fishing hook. Slowly luring you in from a state of caution (oh look a large boat shaped shadow above us), to a state of entrancement (oh look a juicy worm [just pretend you're a fish for a moment]). Upon starting the consumption of this juicy worm, you might soon become hooked. Shortly afterwards the hooking turns from worm, to a delicious sorbet (lemon) [ok, you can stop pretending to be a fish now]. As you travel with Zen and Dana, Larna and the Doc through twists and turns, through their highs and lows, you, like they might be shocked as to what is happening to them.
Conclusion: Despite a shortage of Fourier Transforms, thermocouples, and dinosaurs that spit venom at Wayne Knight, other engineers may just find this book tank loads of fun (after all, tanks are just inside out boats )[which is very cool]. Eagerly awaiting book two.
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