Furthermore, the story’s climax is compelling and swift, and the ending is one that was unexpected yet totally fulfilling.
To my delight, I was guided to this book by a friend and I hope you will allow me to expand on that favor and be your guide in discovering this brilliant work.
The best ones allow an examination of human culture from an otherworldly point of view, making us think long and hard about who we are as a species.
For whatever reason, I haven't found many science fiction authors who have the capability of blending dry humor into a techno/philosophical/sci-fi drama. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Greg
The premise of the story was good, and I appreciated the humor. It was a light read and the pages turned fast but ultimately I didn't enjoy this all that much.Published 1 month ago by Mark
Fantastic read. Great take on the first contact stories. It really turns the concept on its head.Published 3 months ago by Walter
This work is simply a delight! I'm only a third way through and enjoying every bit. In this world of extra dimensions and super heroes, this work is definitely not the same old... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Wei C. Wong
Loved this read. This book took a different and satisfying spin on sci-fi (if you can call it that) genre. Read morePublished 8 months ago by krj
Splendid Read! Possibly Steven Paul Levia knows something about Alien visitations that we don't... I hope he turns "Traveling In Space" into a television pilot and lets me play... Read morePublished 13 months ago by John Chiodini
An interesting take on what the future could hold and how an advanced humanoid civilization would view us primitives. A fun readPublished 21 months ago by Naomi J. McAfee