Words I would use to describe Reader EPICMind blowing Quite possibly the greatest science fiction book of all time The most amazing work of art ever I chose the paperback version because I personally
Words I would use to describe Reader:EPICMind blowing.Quite possibly the greatest science fiction book of all time.The most amazing work of art, ever.I chose the paperback version because I personally love the cover.Paperback, Ebook and hardback all have different covers.Reader grabbed me right from the get go. I knew this was going to be a very different experience.20 pages in, and I knew, this review was going to be a five star, and very hard to write.I was going to have to find a way to pick my brain back up and use words other than the top two statements under "words I would use to describe Reader."Wowza!Even the book dedication was different.Dedicated to the books main character.At the beginning of every chapter you find two things.A math equation, that is so over my head I can only assume it's physics or something.As well as a quote.I knew nothing of the math so I can't tell you if there is significance. As much as I would love to learn it, it's definitely not something I could teach myself.The quotes, each one better than the next. Feeling right in their placement, left me taking note of each of them.But they were nothing compared to the story itself.Nothing could have prepared me for that.Ambra Dawn, is a character who you can not help but feel for. Ripped away from those she loves, forced into a whole other world. You feel for her until you see her spirit and you know, she is stronger than anyone can ever begin to imagine.She goes through so much, yet never gives up, or gives in.There is still so much to hope for. So much to be strong for. So much to learn.Ambra is one of those characters that has so much to teach those willing to listen.Strength, understanding, compassion and faith for example. Something the rest of us humans seem to be losing touch with more and more each passing day.Reader is a fast paced adventure, through the world of time and space.A story unlike anything anything else. Wonderfully preserved and told through vivid descriptions provided by Ambra.You can not help but get lost in her story.It becomes as much of your own story as it does hers.The question is do you dare believe it?Reader is a book everyone should take a chance on. It will blow you away. Definitely my top pick science fiction book of the year. Bestseller Reader Author Erec Stebbins go inside Ebook From the future, a final plea Out of the past, a last hope A young girl, born to die in freakish disregard A doomed world, enslaved to forces unseen A final hope beyond imagining Become a Reader, because in the end, the most unbelievable step in the adventure will be your own Unique and altogether profound, reminiscent of Bradbury, haunting, thought provoking andFrom the future, a final plea Out of the past, a last hope A young girl, born to die in freakish disregard A doomed world, enslaved to forces unseen A final hope beyond imagining Become a Reader, because in the end, the most unbelievable step in the adventure will be your own Unique and altogether profound, reminiscent of Bradbury, haunting, thought provoking and surprisingly philosophical San Francisco Book Reviews A gripping science fiction epic that will propel readers toward wonder ForeWord Reviews An original take on various sci fi motifs that meditates on themes of love and humanity Stebbins does an exceptional job A richly detailed, compelling story about the power of love Kirkus Reviews. Erec Stebbins is a biomedical researcher who writes novels in a variety of genres, focusing on thrillers and science fiction His work has consistently been praised for its action and thrills alongside a deeper, often philosophical angle The Internet Review of Books dubbed him master of the thinking reader s techno thriller.His novels have been called unique and pulse pounding THE RAGNAR K CONSPIRACY , altogether profound, reminiscent of Bradbury and Dan Simmons Hyperion DAUGHTER OF TIME TRILOGY , and startlingly dark EXTRAORDINARY RETRIBUTION with five star ratings in Foreword Reviews, San Francisco Book Reviews, Portland Book Review, and others Author Website Author PageFacebook Page. The best Book Reader This is the first Stebbins I have read; it is unlikely to be the last. The story is very much visionary, speculative and philosophical science fiction. The writing is all in first person narrative form being an episodic interior monologue. In other words, the mental voice, the mind, of Ambra Dawn talks directly to us through the book.I really enjoy this sort of inventive philosophical science fiction. Condemn me, not Stebbins, if I paint too enthusiastically. The stories structure is pure dystopia, but dark though the story is it leaves a strong glimmer of hope for humanity and the victory of good over evil. To be victorious we will come to realize that we need Ambra Dawn to be heroic. We must also learn to trust and follow where ever she guides us.Every being in the known galaxy appears to blindly accept a false premise, this being that there are many Orbs, portals, between places in Space and Time. All civilizations in this creation are as seduced by what they observe of the portals as we all once where by the assumption that the Earth must have edges. Ambra comes to see beyond what other beings can fathom. Ambra knows far less about the galaxy than do the cleverest of other races; and yet, she is the first ever to navigate a safe passage through to other remote areas of space. As Ambra starts to gain in learning and intuition she seems to sense that the Orb might be more than a construct of physics, and so raising the prospect that it might be a monolithic physical god like energy. What is more, could she possibly be a sort of messiah for that power?There is a deep sense of profound tragedy, a feeling that the destruction of the Earth may well be inevitable, unless the history of the past can be changed, and the future controlled. Humans seem to be an insignificant lot, so weak when compared to the destructive Dram and so morally inferior to the Xix. Yet there is just a glimmer of a chance that the greatest human Reader of the past and present can also be its greatest writer of the future. Can a sick girl, with a cancerous like growth in her brain become the leader of a successful rebellion against the murderous Dram? So early physically blinded by her growth, she seems to be inevitably doomed.Some people have a sixth sense, an ability to see, to feel, with a subtlety and depth that the rest of us can't equal. We are then inclined to mock, mainly in an attempt to belittle our fear, what we cannot comprehend. Ridicule tends to be especially high when the individual savant is so clearly very far from the norm. A vastly enlarged and distorted head on a teenage girl might not inspire trust, but the surviving humans had better do so, and if the author is to be believed then so must we. Actually, who is author and who is scribe?I won't say any more about the plot as the last thing I wish to do is take away the fun of revealing it through your own read. I have tried to wet an appetite, for this story I so much enjoyed, without romping too deeply into its meat. From the moment Ambra is taken from her parents by men hidden behind dark-glasses her life becomes a terrible ordeal, a life that compels us to read the Reader, in desperate hope that despite the odds she will survive.I wasn't entirely sure that all the mathematical formulas, one of which introduces each chapter, added much to the book. That though is a minor criticism. This is a well written and thought provoking story for those that enjoy looking beyond the presently rational. "Don't let us die," because you see "the final step is yours".
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