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Length: 308 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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  • File Size: 1960 KB
  • Print Length: 308 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Burning Ember Press (March 26, 2014)
  • Publication Date: March 26, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00J9I7E80
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #159,269 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Dan Rix lives in Oakhurst, California with his wife, paranormal romance author Laura Thalassa. He started writing his first novel in college while procrastinating his architecture studio work. He writes mind-bending young adult thrillers, science fiction, technothrillers, and YA series, and currently has over twelve novels for sale on Amazon.

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This book drew me in with the interesting plot, but did become more character oriented as it progressed. The ideas were cool, and a couple nights I stayed up reading longer than I should have because I was creepily eager to see what happened next. I can't really talk about anything specific without taking away the mystery, so I'll just say I enjoyed it. What I didn't enjoy was the whole love (lust) triangle thing. I suspended my irritation with it until the end, wondering if it might end up being really important, but even with the cliff hanger ending, I just didn't buy into it. I never felt the romantic tension (maybe because it was just sexual?) and so the cliff hanger didn't leave me in a state of suspense. Again, I can't say anything specific without spoiling, so I'll just say I felt ambivalent toward the girl and the ending. Men might enjoy this more than I did; the snotty, flirty, 'hot' girl might appeal to them more, but I just thought she was annoying. I think I saw what Mr. Rix was trying to do with it, but I didn't feel it. Again, maybe it's because I'm female.
The writing was good and I don't remember any typos or awkward sentences, which is always a real plus.
Language: There was a lot of profanity, most of it by the girl, I think to make her more abrasive and shocking.
Sexual Content: There was no sex scene, but plenty of thought about it, and a couple of awkward moments. Again, might appeal to men, more.
Overall Message/Plot: I guess I already talked about most of this. If there was a message, it was that just because we can, doesn't mean we should, to paraphrase Malcolm in Jurassic Park. The main idea of creating an isolated bubble was cool and suspenseful, and had me hooked. I just wish that Mr. Rix hadn't felt the need to complicate things with a sex interest.
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where do I start.. well first of all don't plan on doing anything the rest of the day after you start one of Dan's novels. I have read 3 of the 4 currently out and with them all I read in a 24 hour period. It's all I can think about even at work. One of the reasons I love his books so much are because they make you think and by that I mean the REALLY make you think. This book had me from the first page, it is a sci fi type thriller in a way. I have gotten an ARC copy of the next book in this series will be reading it now for an honest review. YOU WANT TO READ this book an all of his novels.
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This is a good, fun read. The title of the book almost inhibited my reading it. I really hate being preached at by either side. So I as a rule I don't read books that might delve into religion. Am very glad l gave the book a chance. It really has little to do with God or religious beliefs. Unless you consider quantum physics or quantum mechanics religious philosophies. This book makes you think and ponder like good science fiction should. Can't wait to start the next book!
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Very good story idea. Wish I was intellectually competent in this subject to know if it has a true basis in quantum physics. Looking forward to the next read. I got this after I read another of Dan's books. His books kept my interest.
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Throw causality out the window and there will be consequences. Fun thriller on the cutting edge of physics. I can't wait to see where it ends up.
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I read the book Triton by Dan Rix and absolutely LOVED it - couldn't put it down, so after I wrote a review, I signed up for Mr. Rix's mailing list. I was so excited to get this book. It's gripping right from the start, just like Triton. I enjoyed the characters personalities and how they interacted with each other. The back stories of each character are told in small quantities at a time, so it keeps you guessing the whole way through the book. It ends with a tremendous cliffhanger leaving you wanting the next book right now! Good thing I received a pre-released copy and am reading it now. Otherwise, I'd be going crazy wanting to know what is happening to the characters (or what's left of them). Even though physics has never been my strong suit, Rix explains everything in a manner that it makes total sense so I don't know if it was correct or not. Lol. Rix has a strong knack of gripping the reader right from the beginning and keeping them wanting more. I think he's a great writer and look forward to reading more from him.

I've seen people make comments such as - those 5 star reviews on Amazon must have been made by the author, their friends/family or their publishers. This irritates me tremendously. I want everyone to know that I do not know Mr. Rix in any way other than reading his books. My husband bought Triton for me because he felt like it was a book I'd enjoy and I did. I requested to be added to Mr. Rix's mailing list because I liked the book so well. I am not related to him, am not his friend as I've never met him, and I am not affiliated with his publisher in any way. I gave this book a five star review because I enjoyed the book that much!
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This book was harder for me to get into than "Triton" was and so it took a lot longer to get me hooked on the story. However, the last third of the book was very intense and it makes me want to read the sequel as soon as it comes out since there were so many unanswered questions and cliffhangers.

I think the reason I had a hard time getting into the story at first was because I had to keep stopping to look things up about different schools of Physics to get an understanding of what the characters were talking about. That being said, as soon as the explanations and extrapolations were out of the way, it became easier to settle into the story.

I'm hoping that since most of the scientific explanations were taken care of in this book, it won't be repeated in the second book and therefore I can become immersed in the story a lot sooner.

The characters of Gabe and Raedyn are very intense and I really am looking forward to the next book in the series
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