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Mindjammer Paperback – August 9, 2012
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About the Author
Sarah is a writer of science-fiction and fantasy roleplaying games and fiction, including the transhuman space opera novel "Mindjammer", and the ENnie Award-winning RPG setting of the same name; the techno-fantasy RPG setting “The Chronicles of Future Earth”; and the “Legends of Anglerre” roleplaying game. She’s currently writing “Zero Point”, a series of globe-spanning World War 2 adventures for the “Achtung! Cthulhu” RPG setting, published by Modiphius; the “Great Game” campaign for the Steampunk “Leagues of Adventure” RPG from Triple Ace Games; and “The Worm Within”, the first “Chronicles of Future Earth” novel, to be published by Chaosium, Inc, in 2013. She lives in a field in rural France, surrounded by numerous farmyard animals.
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To the above I say: Nicely handled Sarah Newton, nicely handled!!
I liked the idea of the transcendence of human as being sought after eagerly and yet being suppressed just as zealously to be a nice struggle. I really liked how the leader of the team struggled with his own thoughts/feelings/hopes regarding the overall struggle dynamic.
I truly liked it that the characters were nicely flawed and not infallible. Kudos for realism!!
All in all I would truly like to read a continuation of the story-line, but I fear that may not be a forthcoming event. I did ding the book to a 4.75 as I just could just not give it a full five as it needs a bit more background and explanation for some of the concepts and scientific knowledge as well as a fuller understanding of the Commonality itself.
I want more of it, even if it is not perfect as perfection in one book rarely finds repetition in sequels of series. Usually they go downhill, but this book would likely be better.....I can hope can I not?!?! :-)
Read this book for an entertaining diversion.