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Light Speed and Beyond

By William E. Adams

Rating: 1 star

This is actually one of the worst books that I’ve ever read. I picked it up because it was free at EasterCon. That should have been my first warning. The whole book is also written in a courier-type italic font which really didn’t help.

It’s supposedly about the first post-lightspeed journey and what happens to the astronauts involved, but it’s incoherent, there’s no sense of tension at all (since I had no idea of what was happening) and it’s incredibly badly written. The only consolation is that it’s quite short (less than 100 pages). But it was only sheer effort that kept me going. It’s really not worth it at all.

Avoid like the plague.

Book details

ISBN: 9781403340290
Publisher: Authorhouse
Year of publication: 2002

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