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I don't want to delve too deeply into the plot details, to avoid spoilers, but the secret ingredient that makes this story work is the friendship between the four boys: Mitchell Brant, Marc Kuslanski, Joe Marma, and Ryan Swinton. The characters are realistic, likable, and flawed, but always driven by good intentions. The science fiction is grounded, interesting, and serves to flesh out the deeper meaning that underpins the story.
As with the Eye-Dancers, The Singularity Wheel is clearly a labor of love: every page is dripping with the effort, research, and heart that Fedison has poured into this work. You can see just how much he loves these characters, and this universe (or, well, multiple universes!), and if you dive into the book, you'll fall in love with them too. Highly recommended for all readers.
I enjoy how the author explores the scientific complexity of the subject he is tackling. He approaches time/space travel with more realism than you typically find. He has clearly researched his subject matter, which gives the reader an immersive experience into the worlds that he intertwines. He also does an excellent job naturally evolving the characters that he created in the original story. The boys have issues, but we can rely on the fact that they are good at heart, and will do the right thing.
I recommend this to lovers of sci-fi who enjoy the good science along with a good story.