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I recommend it to anyone who enjoys a love story and a science fiction book.
While I found the novel interesting I felt that the author spent almost too much time on character development rather than the plot itself.
This book is very well written, intricate, sensitive, with great character development.
I would have liked more visual descriptions. the bridge between technology and culture was un fulfilling.
not really a stand alone read.
I grew up reading Arthur C Clark, Heinlein, Asimov, HG Wells, and others - from 4th grade on. It was great to read Kay's book. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Julie
I've reviewed other novels from Kenyon's "Entire and the Rose" series. This, like the others, is dark and nuanced. She creates a multiverse that's easy to accept. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Glaviano
Even though it is listed as Book 1 of The Entire and the Rose, thus indicating perhaps more to follow, I was disappointed in that the book rather just stopped as opposed to tying... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Peggy H. Rose
This first part of a new series has many complexities, but they work well together. A good strong lead character whom you first do not care about- until his daughter enters the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. Hertzberg
Pretty good! She is a great writer. Her stories are a bit wacky, even for science fiction. I am excited to read the sequels and hope that she publishes all of them!Published 2 months ago by Jesse C. Ostrander
This book really had me fooled. Immediately after reading the prologue in this book, I grabbed a coffee and found a comfortable spot to spend the next few hours. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joshua P. Baker