- File Size: 2090 KB
- Print Length: 322 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Capricornica Publications (June 30, 2015)
- Publication Date: June 30, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B010OXG056
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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I originally got "Shifting Infinity" from Kindle Unlimited but after reading it I went to Amazon and bought it! It's the kind of book I will read again and again. I am waiting for Patty Jansen to publish more ISF vs. Allion stories.
The strong character development, plotting and engaging writing continues, as well. I was especially drawn to how the problems faced by the characters seemed so real. A lot of books are so "epic" they don't cover some of the little things that can destroy an operational plan. Jansen's charaters deal with all issues- big or small- in a realistic way.
A must read for anyone who enjoyed Shifting Reality and wants to know how it all goes down!
As in the first book, unraveling racism and ethnic superiority play as important issues once again. Who is bad and who is good is more gray than black and white. I really like how Patty Jansen puts this social aspect into a sci-fi writing about space stations. The story, with the futuristic understanding of mind-base under its belt, is developed well and keeps the reader going. The only drawback to this book that I saw was that it took more than half the book to finally have Melati's team on a mission. Overall, though, it was a good read, a unique book, and I do recommend it.
*Possible spoiler alert*
Is it just me or is Mariam Denzel a bit of a loose end?