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The Neutrino Effect

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2002

    Neutrino Effect

    Isac Asimov is alive. He lives in Michael Kirshteyn. This book is a 'must read' for all ages. The plot in the book develops very fast, leaving you at awe that you didn't see that one coming, and then the hole experience is repeated again and again with each new development. All the characters are well defined, full of life and every day problems just like in the real world. This is what makes this book read as if it was someone's autobiography with the exception that at the end of the book you come to a realization that this someone is fictional and does not exist. The book contains lots of science and filled with numerous predictions of the devices that will come in the future. Just like Julius Vern predicted the creation of underwater crafts (submarines), Michael Kirshteyn predicts the development of the Neutrino transmitter and the Neutrino gun, and describes what may happen to us and our civilization once these devices come into existence. I enjoyed very much reading this book and would highly recommend the book to everyone.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2002

    This particular book is up there with the best of them.

    I read a variety of books with all different types of characters and plot twists, but I must say that this particular book is up there with the best of them. The way that the characters interact is so much like real life that you become involved in their lives. I felt upset when I found out that Dennis and Lindsay couldn't have a child. Also I thought that the way the different alien races were described sort of magnified a certain human trait. Like the WarBringers were gung ho about fighting. And the screamers were pleasure seekers, and the WorldBuilders were very intellectual. I'm not sure if this is what the writer intended but it really adds a different aspect that most sci-fi books don't have. Overall definitely a great read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2002

    Neutrino Effect

    This is definitely the book of the new millennia. The book is very well written, full of action, new ideas and intriguing characters. If I am to draw an analogy, I would classify this book as a product of fusion of Star Wars and Independence Day. If you love sci-fi this is the book to read!

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