Timeline – Michael Crichton

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by Michael Crichton

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Edmond Gagnon‘s review

Feb 14, 2017  · 


Excellent book.
If you’re looking for a story to entertain you, yet test your understanding of the world around us, Timeline is for you. It’s not about time travel…as clearly stated in the book, there is no such thing. Instead, the story explores the possibility of parallel universes, and the capabilities to visit them. The plot and characters are strong. The technical side of the story gets a bit deep, with explanations of quantum physics, but for me it was fun discovering things that we never knew in the past, and are just beginning to understand now.
I’ve seen movies made from Michael Crichton’s novels, but this was the first of his books I’ve read. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

No Light Tomorrow – Christian Laforet & Ben Van Dongen

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by Christian Laforet (Goodreads Author), Ben Van Dongen (Goodreads Author)

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Edmond Gagnon‘s review

The may be no light tomorrow, but there is a bright light at the end of the tunnel waiting for these two young authors.
Although I’m a big Star Trek fan, and I am open minded when it comes to space and the supernatural, I don’t read much science fiction.
Having said that, I truly enjoyed all but one of the stories in Christian Laforet and Ben Van Dongen’s No Light Tomorrow. The material was fresh and thought provoking. I particularly enjoyed Digital Heaven, and how it’s implications showed just how gullible the human race can be.