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Slowly, as recovery efforts continue, people realize that during the Flashforward (as it comes to be called) they experienced a vision of the future. The range of visions is astounding--those who would be asleep in the future saw psychedelic dream landscapes, while others saw nothing at all (presumably they'd be dead). But those who saw everyday life 20 years hence have to come to grips with evidence of dreams forsaken (or realized). Soon, the physicists who caused the Flashforward are struggling to help the world decide whether the future is changeable--and whether the experiment is worth repeating. Robert J. Sawyer has captured a truly compelling idea with Flashforward, and he fully explores what such an event might mean to humanity. Fans will find this to be his best work to date, although the ending seems rushed after a detailed buildup. --Therese Littleton --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A very interesting book, well written.
I felt the author spent too much time explaining scientific theories, technology, etc. and not enough time advancing the plot or making it interesting.
I am not saying this so that you can avoid the possibility of learning something you shouldn't know about what's coming up in the series.
***POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT***
Overall, Flashforward is a passable read. However, I would like to comment here on an aspect of the plot that illustrates why science... Read more
This started out great but got too carried away with technical minutiae.Published 3 months ago by EMC2
The book is soooo much better than the TV series! But wouldn't expect anything less from this much decorated, award- winning Sci-fi writer. Great read.Published 3 months ago by Curious
Don't be fooled by the third-rate tv show they tried to make out of this book. The tv show changed all the major plot points that made the book fascinating. Read morePublished 3 months ago by S. Williams
A decent book but gets lost in itself.
While this story has a good basis and some decent structure, the characters are just not that likeable. Read more