Meridian

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10 thoughts on “Meridian

  1. J. J. says:

    Space opera as it should be written This Star Trek five year mission lookalike started a little slow think about those lighting the ship scenes in the movies , withset up than seemed called for But once the conflict got moving, it didn t stop One upside to all that set up was that the characters were fully fleshed and interacting well by then The book was very hard to put down and kept me up later than I d planned.The downside is that this book needs a proofreader Badly Not to menti Space opera as it should be written This Star Trek five year mission lookalike started a little slow think about those lighting the ship scenes in the movies , withset up than seemed called for But once the conflict got moving, it didn t stop One upside to all that set up was that the characters were fully fleshed and interacting well by then The book was very hard to put down and kept me up later than I d planned.The downside is that this book needs a proofreader Badly Not to mention a bit of spellchecking in the first few pages, the stars were billiant Right I nearly stopped reading right then Glad I didn t, the story was well worth the effort, but it was a near run thing Normally I d shrug this off, but the author made an effort to rework the English language to reflect some hundreds of years of change, and sometimes it was hard to tell what was deliberate fun on his part and what was a mistake Andthan once I had to stop and sort out what a sentence was trying to say.Again, the story s worth some effort It s a good read But it would be a far better read with some clean up Let s call this one four stars If the author releases a new edition, we ll revisit this review.This book was brought to my attention by one of my favorite blogs, the Ace of Spades HQ


  2. David David says:

    A bitthan 2 stars Lots of elements and potential, but not developed where I d have liked it Series premise Humans colonized the galaxy 1000s of years ago, but this planet hasn t heard from anyone else for centuries They build send out starships to investigate Book premise First visited planet has megacities enclaves with a sort of demented hive system Book ends sort of as military SF Meanwhile, the starship has also had to deal with an emergent AI type situation which complicates A bitthan 2 stars Lots of elements and potential, but not developed where I d have liked it Series premise Humans colonized the galaxy 1000s of years ago, but this planet hasn t heard from anyone else for centuries They build send out starships to investigate Book premise First visited planet has megacities enclaves with a sort of demented hive system Book ends sort of as military SF Meanwhile, the starship has also had to deal with an emergent AI type situation which complicates things for a bit, then disappears, then reappears seemingly making nice but one won t really know unless they readof the series.The series will leave something to be desired if each book involves a planet affected by the same cause But if each planet in the galaxy hador less simultaneously gone silent for different reasons, that might strain credibility If you re looking for some adventure not requiring too much thinking, with some scenes with varied characters, you may rate it higher than me If you re hoping forSF concept development, you may feel some disappointment, too


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Meridian ❦ [KINDLE] ❁ Meridian By James Wittenbach ➡ – Polishdarling.co.uk Neo retro futuristic novel Neo retro futuristic novel.


10 thoughts on “Meridian

  1. J. J. says:

    Space opera as it should be written This Star Trek five year mission lookalike started a little slow think about those lighting the ship scenes in the movies , withset up than seemed called for But once the conflict got moving, it didn t stop One upside to all that set up was that the characters were fully fleshed and interacting well by then The book was very hard to put down and kept me up later than I d planned.The downside is that this book needs a proofreader Badly Not to menti Space opera as it should be written This Star Trek five year mission lookalike started a little slow think about those lighting the ship scenes in the movies , withset up than seemed called for But once the conflict got moving, it didn t stop One upside to all that set up was that the characters were fully fleshed and interacting well by then The book was very hard to put down and kept me up later than I d planned.The downside is that this book needs a proofreader Badly Not to mention a bit of spellchecking in the first few pages, the stars were billiant Right I nearly stopped reading right then Glad I didn t, the story was well worth the effort, but it was a near run thing Normally I d shrug this off, but the author made an effort to rework the English language to reflect some hundreds of years of change, and sometimes it was hard to tell what was deliberate fun on his part and what was a mistake Andthan once I had to stop and sort out what a sentence was trying to say.Again, the story s worth some effort It s a good read But it would be a far better read with some clean up Let s call this one four stars If the author releases a new edition, we ll revisit this review.This book was brought to my attention by one of my favorite blogs, the Ace of Spades HQ


  2. David David says:

    A bitthan 2 stars Lots of elements and potential, but not developed where I d have liked it Series premise Humans colonized the galaxy 1000s of years ago, but this planet hasn t heard from anyone else for centuries They build send out starships to investigate Book premise First visited planet has megacities enclaves with a sort of demented hive system Book ends sort of as military SF Meanwhile, the starship has also had to deal with an emergent AI type situation which complicates A bitthan 2 stars Lots of elements and potential, but not developed where I d have liked it Series premise Humans colonized the galaxy 1000s of years ago, but this planet hasn t heard from anyone else for centuries They build send out starships to investigate Book premise First visited planet has megacities enclaves with a sort of demented hive system Book ends sort of as military SF Meanwhile, the starship has also had to deal with an emergent AI type situation which complicates things for a bit, then disappears, then reappears seemingly making nice but one won t really know unless they readof the series.The series will leave something to be desired if each book involves a planet affected by the same cause But if each planet in the galaxy hador less simultaneously gone silent for different reasons, that might strain credibility If you re looking for some adventure not requiring too much thinking, with some scenes with varied characters, you may rate it higher than me If you re hoping forSF concept development, you may feel some disappointment, too


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