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The Arks of Andromeda the Imperium Chronicles Book One
By W.H. Mitchell
I admit Mitchell’s novel is my first venture into the science
fantasy genre. Consequently, I relished the information in the
glossary and list of characters investing myself fully.
I was delighted with the interactive dialogue style enabling me to involve myself
by anticipating replies and giving me opportunities to mutter
humorous asides to Mitchell’s droll wit and sarcasm. His intereactive style
guarantees fast and energetic reading.
Mitchell’s novel offers swirling action, specific descriptions,
curious ethical dilemmas, and foreboding clues to his future work.
Did I gain “psionic” mental abilities? Perhaps, but definitely more
enhanced brain cells
If you like some good old fashioned irreverent humor packaged with a story of bureaucracy and revolution, this is very much worth your time. Especially at the Kindle price available right now. It is also a pretty quick read. The conclusion was pretty interesting to me and difficult to put down. I may have actually read several pages instead of listening to a conference call. But don't tell anyone.
One thing to note for the reader is that the end of the book has a list of characters and glossary. That is a good thing to reference and something I appreciate when a writer is creating an entirely new universe. You may need to refer to those lists.
I'm looking forward to the next book.