Paradox – On the Brink of Eternity

December 30, 2019 - Comment

Travel to the Stars . . . A Dream Fulfilled or Humankind’s Worst Nightmare? Ed Walker’s last mission almost ended in catastrophe. Although he had been able to save the lives of his crewmates, he’s still in danger of going down in history as the commander of the mission that wrecked the International Space Station.

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Travel to the Stars . . . A Dream Fulfilled or Humankind’s Worst Nightmare?

Ed Walker’s last mission almost ended in catastrophe. Although he had been able to save the lives of his crewmates, he’s still in danger of going down in history as the commander of the mission that wrecked the International Space Station. So he can hardly believe his luck when he’s chosen to head the first manned exploration of the outer solar system.
One of his new crew members is the young physicist David Holmes, who is studying the mysterious disappearance of three space probes. But as their spaceship approaches interstellar space, humanity’s most pressing question is no longer: Are we alone in the universe? It is rather: Are we ready for the truth?

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Anonymous says:

Oh dear! I don’t like leaving bad reviews for books because at least the author has had a go and in this case is clearly a fan of the genre but sadly this reads like it was written by a 15 year-old. The author simply cannot write believable dialogue with characterisation similar to some of the worst pulp sci-fi of the 50’s and 60’s. After a promising intial premise (i.e. the mystery of the probes going missing at the boundary of the solar system) the thing descends into the kind of comedy alien…

Anonymous says:

More Filler Than A 1977 Austin Alegro I am 200 pages in and the rocket is still on the launch pad. Lots of technical stuff and politics but not much in the way of action. Hopefully it will pick up in the latter half. If this had been a movie I would have walked out by now.

Anonymous says:

Waiting for godot! Chapter 30 and they still haven’t launched! Formulaic characterisations with irrelevant side stories that drag on and don’t add an iota to the main plot. Finally got too bored to continue.

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