From Beyond Space and Time [NOOK Book]

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An astounding 21st century thriller classic in the style of a major science fiction/horror movie!
An entity from beyond space and time enters the universe and voyages to the far reaches of the universe but on its exploration of the galaxy crashes into the Earth!
Archaeologists discover it millions of years later in its form of spacecraft, buried beneath a sea cliff, and they take it away on a ship and soon start to discover that it is far more ...

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From Beyond Space and Time

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Overview

An astounding 21st century thriller classic in the style of a major science fiction/horror movie!
An entity from beyond space and time enters the universe and voyages to the far reaches of the universe but on its exploration of the galaxy crashes into the Earth!
Archaeologists discover it millions of years later in its form of spacecraft, buried beneath a sea cliff, and they take it away on a ship and soon start to discover that it is far more than they thought! They unveil its strange perfectly symmetrical black structure from under rock encrusting it! It has a small flying saucer shape but with its force field on it resembles a block of black stone!
The mechanism to open the entrance is unwittingly activated and the small hole that mysteriously appears in it reveals that it is a form of alien artifact.
A silver sphere in it gives out telepathic visions of the records of its voyage. It produces visions from beyond the galaxy stars! A map of the universe shows them the course that it took and that it starts at the center of the universe, which it refers to as the center of space.
Another silver sphere gives them some telepathic control of it and they learn many of its functions, including that it has artificial intelligence.
A vital control is damaged sending it hurtling into space and it plunges into the stars with them trapped on board trying to repair it!
In the depths of the universe they encounter weird life forms and entities, including one with the dimensions of a small galaxy floating in a deep void, formed from masses of energy, left behind from the big bang.
It travels endlessly on to the gateway at the center of space, where it voyages beyond space and time to where it came from!

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044359932
  • Publisher: CosmicBlueCB
  • Publication date: 3/5/2013
  • Series: From Beyond Space and Time , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 536,077
  • File size: 282 KB

Meet the Author

A 21st century publisher/author, futurist, who received multiple independent reviews of his work, famous for his unique classic mind-bending beyond space and time, alien artifact, and exploration themed science fiction, who did his first mind-boggling science fiction classic From Beyond Space and Time in 1998, who likes and writes 21st century potential blockbusters, headline action thrillers, high quality action-packed movie-style science fiction horror.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2012

    An entity/life form, from beyond the boundaries of space and tim

    An entity/life form, from beyond the boundaries of space and time, enters the universe, at a gateway, at the center of the universe, and voyages to the far reaches of the universe, but, on its exploration of the galaxy, crashes into the surface of the Earth.
    Archaeologists discover it, millions of years later, in its form of spacecraft, beneath the ruins of a castle, over a sea cliff.
    They take it away, on a ship, and they soon start to discover that it is far more than they thought.
    They unveil its strange, perfectly symmetrical, black structure, from under the rock encrusting it.
    It has a small flying saucer shape, but, with its force field on, it resembles a block of black stone.
    The mechanism to open the entrance is unwittingly activated, and the small hole that mysteriously appears in it reveals that it is a form of alien spacecraft.
    A silver sphere in it gives out telepathic visions of the records of its voyage. It produces visions from beyond the galaxy stars. A map of the universe shows them the course that it took. It starts at the center of the universe, which it refers to as the center of space.
    Another silver sphere gives them some telepathic control of it, and they learn many of its functions, including that it has artificial intelligence.
    A vital control is damaged, sending it hurtling into space, and it plunges into the stars, with them trapped on board, trying to repair it.
    In the depths of the universe they encounter weird life forms and entities, including one with the dimensions of a small galaxy - floating in a deep void - formed from masses of energy, left behind from the big bang.
    It travels endlessly on, to the gateway, at the center of space - where it voyages beyond space and time - to where it came from.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 25, 2011

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    The greatest sci-fi adventure book that I have read in years!

    The discovery of the strange perfectly symmetrical black object by the archeologists beneath an archaeological find is absolutely awesome! I loved it! The descriptions and discoveries are tremendous, and keep coming, and appear everywhere, and it has the potential of a great sci-fi adventure movie, and has what most sci-fi first contact and alien artifact finds books lack.
    It has a well paced steady upsurge to the alien artifact being revealed as a mode of spacecraft - which has journeyed across the colossal depths of the universe, from a gateway at the center of space, at the center of the universe, from beyond space and time - on a mind-bending expedition of this universe.
    It illustrates the characters being imprisoned aboard and their escalating encounters with the wonders of space and time ... With an encounter with an entity with the dimensions of a small galaxy, formed out of energy left from the big bang ...
    The voyager takes them through wonderful new universes, universe after universe, as it accelerates beyond anything experienced before, with them endeavoring to flee, with no knowledge of where it's heading, or if they will survive.
    Their only way left to survive and escape its confines is the use of a matter transferor, created by the Superbeing/entity, which has the peculiar and deplorable ability to enter them into universes and land them on destinations in the universes.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 25, 2011

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    A breathtaking story

    Staggering stories of deep space exploration and weird life forms and entities!
    The explorers travel beyond space and time, into the confines of an outer universe, and beyond ...
    It's simply breathtaking!!!!!
    You can visualize yourself just standing on the other worlds in other universes, meeting weird creatures, and exploring this universe and other universes.
    The strong grounding in reality makes the incredible story feel so much more real. You believe the characters are in the danger that they encounter.
    His books give a passionate sense of cosmic brilliance.
    An essential addition to every science fiction reader's library.
    It is more coherent and better structured than most leading books.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 25, 2011

    Great sci-fi adventure book!

    This is one of the greatest sci-fi adventure books that I've read for a long time.
    Though I have read many such books over the years, I like it greatly!
    This is wonderful as well as unusual book. What attracted my attention was the idea of the voyaging beyond space and time, in such a mind boggling way.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 17, 2010

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    FROM BEYOND SPACE AND TIME REVIEWS

    Review by: Ryan Waldman on Nov. 01, 2010 : This novel fires up all your cylinders concurrently! Personally, I can't wait to read more of from him ...! Review by: Catherine Torrington on Nov. 01, 2010 : Lots of alien creatures, and adventure. Review by: Robert Sorenson on Nov. 01, 2010 : I recommend it greatly! Strongly recommended to sci-fi film fans too. Review by: David Roach on Nov. 01, 2010 : It is one of the finest! He fits the ideas for several novels into one. Review by: Maxine Mendelson on Nov. 01, 2010 : A premier hard SF writer. Review by: Rhona Macdougall on Nov. 01, 2010 : Grand idea of great scope, which should have been done in the golden age of sci-fi. Review by: Richard Landula on Nov. 01, 2010 : This is wonderful as well as unusual book. What attracted my attention was the idea of the voyaging beyond space and time, in such a mind boggling way. Review by: William Byfield on Nov. 01, 2010 : A new writer of supreme talent. Review by: A G Byars on Nov. 01, 2010 : Well written, and explores the depths of the universe and beyond. Review by: T Roberts on Oct. 28, 2010 : A unique sci-fi adventure classic, with an exclusively new & developed layout & plot!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 17, 2010

    FROM BEYOND SPACE AND TIME REVIEWS

    Review by: Ryan Waldman on Nov. 01, 2010 : This novel fires up all your cylinders concurrently! Personally, I can't wait to read more of from him ...!

    Review by: Catherine Torrington on Nov. 01, 2010 : Lots of alien creatures, and adventure.

    Review by: Robert Sorenson on Nov. 01, 2010 : I recommend it greatly! Strongly recommended to sci-fi film fans too.

    Review by: David Roach on Nov. 01, 2010 : It is one of the finest! He fits the ideas for several novels into one.

    Review by: Maxine Mendelson on Nov. 01, 2010 : A premier hard SF writer.

    Review by: Rhona Macdougall on Nov. 01, 2010 : Grand idea of great scope, which should have been done in the golden age of sci-fi.

    Review by: Richard Landula on Nov. 01, 2010 : This is wonderful as well as unusual book. What attracted my attention was the idea of the voyaging beyond space and time, in such a mind boggling way.

    Review by: William Byfield on Nov. 01, 2010 : A new writer of supreme talent.

    Review by: A G Byars on Nov. 01, 2010 : Well written, and explores the depths of the universe and beyond.

    Review by: T Roberts on Oct. 28, 2010 : A unique sci-fi adventure classic, with an exclusively new & developed layout & plot!

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 26, 2010

    A Great Book, With An Amazing & Original Plot, Style & Layout!

    A great book, with an amazing & original plot, style & layout!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2010

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    The Discovery Of An Alien Life Form From Beyond Space And Time Leads To Scientists Taking An Awesome Voyage Beyond Reality!

    From Beyond Space and Time is an amazing science fiction book, which has you reading every page, from the first page ...
    It is about an entity, from beyond space and time, voyaging to the far reaches of the universe, in the form of a life form, and, on its exploration of the galaxy, crashes into the Earth ...
    Scientists and archaeologists, millions years later, start scanning and mapping under the surface of the Earth, with a new underground surveillance technology, and find a creature, which they believe is a preserved dinosaur, in a chamber, beneath the ruins of an ancient castle, over a sea cliff, in Cornwall.
    They find a form of animal, resembling a monster, which is preserved by some means not understood by them. They take it to be an unknown species, but it is one of the alien creatures that were captured, and put in suspended animation, on the entity's form of spacecraft, before it crashed.
    Once archaeologists start digging it up, they discover the other creatures buried in the surrounding rock. Except they cannot remove them, and they can only remove the entire area under them.
    It is taken to London, where the remainder of the stone is erased, to put them in a museum, and they slowly unveil a strange, perfectly symmetrical, black object beneath the creatures.
    In the museum, the entrance is accidentally opened, and the small hole that mysteriously appears in it reveals that it is a form of alien spacecraft.
    A silver sphere in it gives out telepathic visions of the records of its voyage. It produces visions from beyond the galaxy stars. A map of the universe shows them the course that it took. It starts at a place, which it refers to as the centre of space, at the centre of the universe.
    A vital control gets damaged, sending it hurtling into space, and it plunges into the stars, with them trapped on board, trying in vain to repair it.
    In the depths of the universe they encounter weird life forms; including one that has the dimensions of a small galaxy, which floats in a deep void, stretching thousands of light years of space, made of masses of energy, from the big bang.
    It travels endlessly on, into the depths of the universe, to where it came from, beyond the universe ...

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 25, 2011

    fabulous story

    This is a fabulous story that also incorporates into it the profound ideas of whether scientists and even archaeologists could really believe and discover an alien artifact from what evidence would actually exist. Could they detect and realize that an object millions of years old, buried in stone, looking like a mere block of black stone, even with a perfect shape, was an artifact from beyond the stars? Would they determine anything of that nature from what little details they would get?
    The facts mixed with the fictional make this a realistic book too. The story is given from the point of view of normal archaeologists, who have no idea of what is going on. They only realize that it is actually something when they finally enter its confines, and see the alien technology in its interior.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 25, 2011

    I Also Recommend:

    The incredible discovery of an alien artifact spacecraft, from beyond space and time!

    For millions of years a form of alien artifact spacecraft, from beyond space and time, remains buried away, after crashing into the Earth. A life form/entity is aboard, waiting to be revived, remaining dormant, in suspended animation.
    The unearthing of it, embedded beneath a cavity, is staggeringly and vibrantly illustrated, with in depth and scientific descriptions.
    Weird creatures, hideous shapes, monsters from the depths of time, with organs and abilities never seen before, are uncovered by the archeologists, from rock, which has encrusted them for millions of years. They are trapped in various modes of activities, in a form like rock, but unbreakable, with a strange energy surge running through them, after they were instantaneously ensnared on the alien artifact spacecraft, in suspended animation, before its crash.
    In the dark confines of the alien artifact spacecraft they stumble on the life form/entity, dormant, in suspended animation, with more hideous characteristics than the alien creatures that they found.
    Where has it come from? How was it able to explore the vast depths of the universe? What kind of technology has it? What did it find in its expedition into space and time? What kind of life form/entity is it? What kind of life form/entity could exist outside this universe? What is beyond the universe?

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  • Posted March 25, 2011

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    A masterpiece of the 21st century!

    A fabulous book that incorporates the profound ideas of whether scientists and archaeologists could really discover an ancient alien artifact from what and what evidence may actually exist. Could they detect and realize that an object millions of years old, buried in stone, looking like a mere block of black stone, even with a perfect shape, was an artifact from beyond the stars? Would they determine anything of that nature from what little details they would get?
    The facts mixed with the fictional make this a realistic book too. The story is given from the point of view of normal archaeologists, who have no idea of what is going on. They only realize that it is actually something when they finally enter its confines, and see the alien technology in its interior.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 25, 2011

    current favorite

    A great beginning and an even more better finish ... By far his best and greatest story, and a spellbinding read, and one of my current favorites ...
    It consistently has more and more discoveries and occurrences rolling out.
    You get a sense of wonder as the outcome is consequently unveiled!
    This has to be his absolute best novel ever written, and certainly a favorite.

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  • Posted March 25, 2011

    I Also Recommend:

    a modern classic sci-fi

    The story is always in the thick of the story with more and more discoveries and occurrences.
    There is a sense of wonder and amazement you encounter as the outcome of the adventures are gradually revealed!
    This book is well written in a modern and classical style, with magnificent chapters, and there is a great deal in the way of character development.
    It tells the story of the discovery of a strange perfectly symmetrical black object found by archeologists beneath an archaeological find.
    It has a gradual build up to it being revealed as a form of spacecraft - which has traveled across the immense depths of the universe, from a gateway at the center of space, at the center of the universe, from beyond space and time - on a mind-bending expedition of this universe.
    The story handles the discovery and entity/life form well, and has a great conclusion of them being trapped onboard, after damaging it, on an unbelievable voyage - as it voyages home - with an incredible exploration of our galaxies and the outer reaches of the cosmos.
    Should be considered a prophet of the modern sci-fi age!
    It also has some excellent effects and stunning writing.
    It is more coherent and better structured than most leading books.

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  • Posted March 25, 2011

    STAGGERING STORIES!

    His stories are staggering, with an occasional flash of more ...
    Unquestionably this is a unique alien encounter find! I have not read anything like it in years! The alien artifact spacecraft and life form/Superbeing/entity aboard are not only from the stars, they are from beyond space and time.
    There is a wonderful innovation, where the speed of the space vehicle in the second half, Beyond Space and Time, increases faster than anything before, going millions of times higher than the speed of light! It has an incredible new and revolutionary way to propel its way through the galaxies!
    His stories are staggering! One of the great visionaries! It has a wonderful voyage across the extraordinary depths of the universe ...

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  • Posted March 25, 2011

    perfect alien artifact/first contact situation book

    This is easily one of the best alien artifact/first contact situation books that I've read in years! Plus the spacecraft and entity/life form aboard are not just from these stars, they're from beyond space and time.

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  • Posted February 9, 2011

    REVIEWS FEB 2011

    Review by: Frank Lambert on Feb, 2011:
    This is a fabulous story that also incorporates into it the profound ideas of whether scientists and even archaeologists could really believe and discover an alien artifact from what evidence would actually exist. Could they detect and realize that an object millions of years old, buried in stone, looking like a mere block of black stone, even with a perfect shape, was an artifact from beyond the stars? Would they determine anything of that nature from what little details they would get?
    The facts mixed with the fictional make this a realistic book too. The story is given from the point of view of normal archaeologists, who have no idea of what is going on. They only realize that it is actually something when they finally enter its confines, and see the alien technology in its interior.

    Review by: C Chrystal on Feb, 2011:
    This is easily one of the best alien artifact/first contact situation books that I've read in years! Plus the spacecraft and entity/life form aboard are not just from these stars, they're from beyond space and time.

    Review by: A W Douglas on Feb, 2011:
    A great beginning and an even more better finish ... By far his best and greatest story, and a spellbinding read, and one of my current favorites ...

    Review by: Charlie Cheung on Feb, 2011:
    This is one of the greatest sci-fi adventure books that I've read for a long time ...
    Though I have read many such books over the years, I like it greatly!

    Review by: James Forrester on Jan, 2011:
    For millions of years a form of space vehicle from beyond space and time remains buried away, after crashing into the Earth. A life form/entity is aboard, waiting to be revived, remaining dormant, in suspended animation.
    Where has it come from? How was it able to explore the vast depths of the universe? What kind of technology has it? What did it find in its expedition into space and time? What kind of life form/entity is it? What kind of life form/entity could exist outside this universe? What is beyond the universe?

    Review by: John Larsen on Jan, 2011:
    His stories are staggering! One of the truly great visionaries!
    The drama's handled extremely well, with an occasional flash of more ...
    It has a wonderful voyage across the extraordinary depths of the universe ...

    Review by: David Millington on Jan, 2011:
    The voyage beyond this cosmic bubble takes them through universe after universe, with them still trying to escape, marooned and wondering where it's going, and them using matter transference to land on destinations in other universes.
    It describes the wonders of space and time and the crew's story ... With one encounter with an entity with the dimensions of a small galaxy, formed out of energy left from the big bang ...

    Review by: A Cameron on Jan, 2011:
    It tells the story of the discovery of a strange perfectly symmetrical black object found by archeologists beneath an archaeological find.
    It has a gradual build up to it being revealed as a form of spacecraft - which has traveled across the immense depths of the universe, from a gateway at the center of space, at the center of the universe, from beyond space and time - on a mind-bending expedition of this universe.
    The story handles the discovery and entity/life form well, and has a great conclusion of them being trapped onboard, after damaging it, on an unbelievable voyage - as it voyages home - with an incredible exploration of our galaxies and the

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  • Posted February 9, 2011

    REVIEWS FEB 2011

    Review by: Frank Lambert on Feb, 2011:
    This is a fabulous story that also incorporates into it the profound ideas of whether scientists and even archaeologists could really believe and discover an alien artifact from what evidence would actually exist. Could they detect and realize that an object millions of years old, buried in stone, looking like a mere block of black stone, even with a perfect shape, was an artifact from beyond the stars? Would they determine anything of that nature from what little details they would get?
    The facts mixed with the fictional make this a realistic book too. The story is given from the point of view of normal archaeologists, who have no idea of what is going on. They only realize that it is actually something when they finally enter its confines, and see the alien technology in its interior.

    Review by: C Chrystal on Feb, 2011:
    This is easily one of the best alien artifact/first contact situation books that I've read in years! Plus the spacecraft and entity/life form aboard are not just from these stars, they're from beyond space and time.

    Review by: A W Douglas on Feb, 2011:
    A great beginning and an even more better finish ... By far his best and greatest story, and a spellbinding read, and one of my current favorites ...

    Review by: Charlie Cheung on Feb, 2011:
    This is one of the greatest sci-fi adventure books that I've read for a long time ...
    Though I have read many such books over the years, I like it greatly!

    Review by: James Forrester on Jan, 2011:
    For millions of years a form of space vehicle from beyond space and time remains buried away, after crashing into the Earth. A life form/entity is aboard, waiting to be revived, remaining dormant, in suspended animation.
    Where has it come from? How was it able to explore the vast depths of the universe? What kind of technology has it? What did it find in its expedition into space and time? What kind of life form/entity is it? What kind of life form/entity could exist outside this universe? What is beyond the universe?

    Review by: John Larsen on Jan, 2011:
    His stories are staggering! One of the truly great visionaries!
    The drama's handled extremely well, with an occasional flash of more ...
    It has a wonderful voyage across the extraordinary depths of the universe ...

    Review by: David Millington on Jan, 2011:
    The voyage beyond this cosmic bubble takes them through universe after universe, with them still trying to escape, marooned and wondering where it's going, and them using matter transference to land on destinations in other universes.
    It describes the wonders of space and time and the crew's story ... With one encounter with an entity with the dimensions of a small galaxy, formed out of energy left from the big bang ...

    Review by: A Cameron on Jan, 2011:
    It tells the story of the discovery of a strange perfectly symmetrical black object found by archeologists beneath an archaeological find.
    It has a gradual build up to it being revealed as a form of spacecraft - which has traveled across the immense depths of the universe, from a gateway at the center of space, at the center of the universe, from beyond space and time - on a mind-bending expedition of this universe.
    The story handles the discovery and entity/life form well, and has a great conclusion of them being trapped onboard, after damaging it, on an unbelievable voyage - as it voyages home - with an incredible exploration of our galaxies and the

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2011

    REVIEWS JAN 2011

    Review by: John Larsen on Jan, 2011: His stories are staggering! One of the truly great visionaries! The drama's handled extremely well, with an occasional flash of more ... It has a wonderful voyage across the extraordinary depths of the universe ... Review by: David Millington on Jan, 2011: The voyage beyond this cosmic bubble takes them through universe after universe, with them still trying to escape, marooned and wondering where it's going, and them using matter transference to land on destinations in other universes. It describes the wonders of space and time and the crew's story ... With one encounter with an entity with the dimensions of a small galaxy, formed out of energy left from the big bang ... Review by: A Cameron on Jan, 2011: It tells the story of the discovery of a strange perfectly symmetrical black object found by archeologists beneath an archaeological find. It has a gradual build up to it being revealed as a form of spacecraft - which has traveled across the immense depths of the universe, from a gateway at the center of space, at the center of the universe, from beyond space and time - on a mind-bending expedition of this universe. The story handles the discovery and entity/life form well, and has a great conclusion of them being trapped onboard, after damaging it, on an unbelievable voyage - as it voyages home - with an incredible exploration of our galaxies and the outer reaches of the cosmos. Should be considered a prophet of the modern sci-fi age! It also has some excellent effects & stunning writing. It is more coherent & better structured than most leading books. Review by: J Mason on Jan, 2011: His books give a passionate sense of cosmic brilliance. An essential addition to every science fiction reader's library. It is more coherent & better structured than most leading books. Review by: Ryan Waldman on Nov, 2010: This novel fires up all your cylinders concurrently! Personally, I can't wait to read more of from him ...! Review by: Robert Sorenson on Nov, 2010: I recommend it greatly! Strongly recommended to sci-fi film fans too. Review by: David Roach on Nov, 2010: It is one of the finest! He fits the ideas for several novels into one. Review by: Robert Douglas on Jan, 2011: It consistently has more and more discoveries & occurrences rolling out. You get a sense of wonder as the outcome is consequently unveiled! This has to be his absolute best novel ever written, and certainly a favorite. Review by: Maxine Mendelson on Nov, 2010: A premier hard SF writer. Review by: T Roberts on Oct, 2010: A unique sci-fi adventure classic, with an exclusively new & developed layout & plot! Review by: Rhona Macdougall on Nov, 2010: Grand idea of great scope, which should have been done in the golden age of sci-fi. Review by: William Byfield on Nov, 2010: A new writer of supreme talent. Review by: A G Byars on Nov, 2010: Well written, and explores the depths of the universe and beyond. Review by: Richard Landula on Nov, 2010: This is wonderful as well as unusual book. What attracted my attention was the idea of the voyaging beyond space and time, in such a mind boggling way. Review by: D Lawrence on Jan, 2011: One of his absolute best novels ever written, and probably the best of most works. It is certainly a favorite. Now, I won't use this review to justify the virtues, but it's a great book. A masterpiece o

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    Posted August 4, 2011

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