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Builds up a good picture of the alternative view of fantasy mythology merge with the world of science. Only reason for a 4/5 is that there was too much fantasy.Published 4 months ago by From Orbonia
This book was recommended to me by a fellow reviewer. At first the contemporary nature of it and the elf rock star was somewhat off putting; I was afraid the author was going to... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Quickbeam
I just couldn't keep reading it. as I get older, I give myself permission to give up - life's too short. Not bad concepts, just clunky writing.Published 23 months ago by Bedtime Sleuth
Phew was this book a challenge. One of the things I love about Science Fiction is how it pushes you make sense of the world you've been thrown in without giving you a map. Read morePublished on December 19, 2013 by Literary George
I picked this book and the next two in the series on a whim when Borders went out of business. From reading the back cover it sounded like an incredible world. Read morePublished on September 12, 2013 by D. Pool
More fantasy than science fiction. I'm not a great fan of fantasy generally, but this book, and the Quantum Gravity series in general, go well beyond the usual swords & sorcery... Read morePublished on February 27, 2013 by Bob Loy
I suppose that's the best review I can give to a book. Justina writes with intention but also with a strong intelligence, grasp of the English language, and a well-developed cast... Read morePublished on February 22, 2013 by fairchildwrites
If you're the type of reader who does NOT have a wild imagination and like to have it 'tickled'- RUN AWAY quickly!
This series is like Terry Brooks and Hunter S. Read more