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Friday, May 24, 2013

Reader Compares New Sci-Fi Novel to Asimov

Reach
By Karen A. Wyle
Second in series after Twin-Bred
Genre: Sci-Fi
ISBN: 978-1484889886
(ASIN: B00CWH5SPG)

 
Reviewed by R. Lee Holz originally for Amazon and Goodreads

 

Reach is a worthy sequel to Twin-Bred, which I praised as one of the most original and beautifully written Sci-Fi novels I've ever read. The story line of Twin-Bred is continued and raised in level of depth and complexity. At the same time, a new and exciting story line is added. There is enough back-story provided that Reach can be read as a standalone novel. However, I think readers will benefit greatly from having first read Twin-Bred so as to fully understand how and why the Twin-Bred came into being and why the concept is so different from the usual human/alien encounter books. I trust and hope we are seeing the beginning of one of the outstanding Sci-Fi adventure series. Although the scope and focus differ greatly, I compare the emerging Twin-Bred series with Asimov's great Foundation novels in terms of interest and, particularly, political intrigue. Highly recommended.


About the Author:

Learn more about author Karen A. Wyle at  www.KarenAWyle.net and
www.facebook.com/KarenAWyle

 

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