I think the problem is that this story line is long enought for three or maybe four books and not two.
Doc Taylor writes with the flavor of SciFi stories from the 1930s-1960s and his story are very much like those of E. E. "Doc" Smith.
Second, good science fiction has to have a story line that holds my interest - Quantum Connection did that VERY well.
Great adventure space opera, heroic protagonist, lovely ladies and evil villains.Published 5 months ago by Curmudgeon420
Great job of making complicated things easier to understand, and wrapped it with a Heinlein knot. Even Ginnie H would have loved it (all hail red-headed women). Read morePublished 6 months ago by R. C. Oberlender
this is a great book you will have a hard time putting it down. read the first one warp speed to under stand who is who.Published 18 months ago by (kevin)
i loved this book, still love this book, probably always will love this book. sorry i'm not insightful, amazon is making me write this, just to give it the stars i would give it.Published 20 months ago by Rudolph Meyer
Good read, well paced and entertaining, almost overwhelming in sheer action deadliness and a very odd twist at the endPublished 24 months ago by Richard C. Barbee III
I thought that the science concepts were a great view into 21st century thinking. The plot sort of got campy like the E.E. Doc Smith type space opera, but overall great fun.Published on March 17, 2011 by Charles Richards
This is the sequel to _Warp_Speed_ and is much more refined. However, there is also a lot of handwavium - and I like it ! Read morePublished on January 8, 2011 by Michael Lynn Mcguire
This book was a heckuvah lot of fun, and just as the cover claims, I didn't want to put it down--except for once, when I got to page 99, and for what Dr. Read morePublished on November 28, 2009 by Horton Deakins