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Death and Doubling Cubes: a 10,000 Dawns Tale Paperback – June 26, 2017
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About the Author
James Wylder was born in Elkhart Indiana, where he later taught at the High School he graduated from for a time. He now lives in Indianapolis with his girlfriend where he spends a lot of time at the library writing and trying to make his way to lots of restaurants. James is a big fan of Chinese Buffets, sit-down Mexican restaurants, and any spicy food that doesn’t have cilantro in it. He also likes chocolate cake. You can find out more about him at jameswylder.com
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Top customer reviews
This confidence lends itself to some of the most inventive concepts and imagery I've read about in sci-fi for a while. Not all of the ideas are necessarily new, but they're all used creatively and sometimes in ways that managed to draw an emotional reaction from me. What makes this novel truly memorable though is its framing device. Each chapter is presented as a file being written up and sent as a report between characters in-universe, and this is used to add some wonderful elements of meta humour. This is a very witty book that managed to draw more than a handful of out-loud laughs.
The story takes a little while to get going and the sheer amount of characters introduced in the opening chapters can be slightly overwhelming at first, but the personalities of the main cast are so distinct and the plot flows so well after the opening that I was soon hooked. Overall, I highly recommend Death and Doubling Cubes. It was a fast and easy read that left me wanting to spend more time in this setting.