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KARL SCHROEDER lives in Toronto, Ontario. He is the author of Ventus, Permanence, Lady of Mazes, and the Virga Series, beginning with Sun of Suns.
If this is aimed at young adults then I truly feel like an idiot.
He is able to draw you in by giving you just enough information so you understand what he’s trying to say, but letting you feel the same emotions of Toby McGonigal.
I wish Toby had been more interesting to read about, because the book in general is very well written, and I enjoyed the descriptive elements of the story.
Once I started reading this one, I was hard pressed to put the book back down.
The author draws a vivid picture of a world, no, a universe, founded by one technology, and one... Read more
Lockstep is a wonderfully creative premise (*MINOR SPOILER ALERT*) where worlds freeze over in order to deal with the time lapse when traveling between planets that are light-years... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anthony Wu
Excellent idea as to how interstellar space might be colonized.Published 2 months ago by James M Stiles
Interesting concept for interstellar stories in a relativistic universe, though in retrospect I am doubting whether it could be developed as a reality. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Andrew Robson
Don't be fooled by the Urban Fantasy-esque cover featuring a hero and a heroine likely to fall in love (they do) in an action-laden, straightforward plot where there's something... Read morePublished 3 months ago by kbirdlincoln
Lockstep is clearly a galaxy changing look at how humans survive into the future and not for the faint hearted. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Peter Eerden
Couldn't finish it. Thought that the plot was weak and didnt enjoy the characters.Published 4 months ago by Robert Guyer
A very good basic concept of an interstellar civilization based around synchronized suspended animation. As is generally the case, the story is a vehicle to develop the concept. Read morePublished 4 months ago by R. Albin