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D the main topic to read with book details isbn 9781781081273format Ben Jeapes does it again His choice to keep things vague lets the story run at its own pace without getting bogged down in infodumps a la Weber don't get me wrong I enjoy Weber and the infodumps can be genuinely valuable it's just sometimes they suffer time and place issues instead relying on the background presence of far out technology and exotic political structures tell us we aren't in Kansas any And of course the tease that makes you just want to know with regards to this universe and how it is the way it is The wormhole is one of the weirdest most uniue versions I've seen and it genuinely feels like something screwing with space time I could go on about the tech the use of relativistic physics etc but I won't Instead I'll mention the levels of intrigue ruthless bastardy and depressing realism keep the human drama high not that there's no optimism either which keeps things nicely balanced Hell there's even a whoops you'll have to read it to find out

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Phoenicias Worlds Paperback and others416 pages and has a text language like English A really taut SF tale that will keep you turning the pages Jeapes has a real flair for cracking dialogue and characters that are well rounded It's a story that literally encompasses time and space and with some great plot twists Recommended

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Phoenicias Worlds epub Á Paperback å randarenewables ↠ Best Books, Phoenicias Worlds Author Ben Jeapes This is very good and the main topic to read with book details isbn 9781781081273 > format Paperback and others > 416 pages and has a text language like English Best Books Phoenicias Worlds Author Ben Jeapes This is very good an Originally published at Walker of WorldsFinding new and exciting authors is one of the things I love most about reading Often I'll go into bookshops or browse online and all I see are the same names with new books When something new pops up like Phoenicia's Worlds by Ben Jeapes my interest is always piued especially as new sci fi authors seem to be much fewer than their fantasy counterparts Picking up Phoenicia's Worlds was a no brainer though what it delivered was so much than I expectedThe premise for Phoenicia's Worlds is fairly simple when the wormhole is destroyed La Nueva Temporada is cut of from Earth and they must send the Phoenicia back via slower than light travel to re establish the connection Easy right? What could possibly go wrong? Actually probably not what you're thinking And despite this coming across as a fairly simple and straight forward premise there is so much depth to the storyTold in stages over decades Phoenicia's Worlds is the story of one family the Mateo's uin has the most focus being born just as the wormhole collapses and never knowing of a world that doesn't have to strive hard to survive in an increasingly hostile climate The early chapters that look at his life up to his late teens are fascinating and despite the jumps forward in time they read in a completely coherent and easily followed way At no point do you have to stop and think trying to figure out where you are or what has been happening However while I expected this to narrow the focus it does nothing of the sort We see how the population as a whole struggle how political issues effect everything how different views clash and bring about change on so many levelsWhile the trials and tribulations on La Nueva Temporada are the main focus the aspects that look at the other side Earth and the re establishment of the wormhole connection are set into the story than early events would have you believe A lot of this comes into play later in the narrative and it answers many uestions that are asked in the opening chapters It also shows how Earth's society and governments have evolved giving that depth and history without blatantly doing soThe way that Jeapes presents his characters over a period of decades is masterfully done uin in particular is fascinating to read seeing him grow and change over the period of the novel and understanding his motivations is an integral part of what makes Phoenicia's Worlds such a success And while he may take the spotlight the secondary characters shine no less each bringing something different to the table and giving the novel that special something to make it rise above the crowdPhoenicia's Worlds is perhaps the best science fiction I've read this year Not only does it present an interesting story it does so with characters that bring it to life in many ways and it doesn't waste a page in the telling There was nothing here that I didn't enjoy and it ticked pretty much every box I could hope for To say I recommend Phoenicia's Worlds is an understatement go read it