December 24, 2016

I went breathless reading this book. It’s a well written thriller. It was hard to put it aside. It set my mind in "motion" and shaped an utterly unexpected vision over what our not too far future might look like. The thought I was left with was to see it made into a mo...

September 7, 2016

I do not see myself a hard core science fiction buff and when choosing this particular literature genre I bet by and large on established authors and renowned novels. I made up my mind to get out of the usual reading patterns and try the first appearance of a science f...

August 22, 2016

Entrancing story, nice ending. What else could you ask from a book?

I promised I would come up with the message. I’m a little late in doing it despite my having read the book as soon as I got it. It was hard to put it aside and do the things I had to do for being so kee...

June 26, 2016

Since child I was an eager science fiction books reader, meaning for me escaping from the real world, and I finished them all in my father’s library, which were anything but few. I read Tentoria in four days when my little girl was sleeping (having no other time to spa...

June 23, 2016

I took Tentoria for I’m a bit taken up with science fiction and getting bewitched by the expression on the cover "You think you know everything about the past?" … what can I say? It looked enticing.

The first pages were hard to make head or tail of, having to keep on fl...

June 10, 2016

I got to this book through an acquaintance of the author. Before starting reading it I was told it was not necessarily a science fiction book... that I might enjoy it.

If most of the science fiction books were like it, I think I would fall more for this genre.

In a nutsh...

May 15, 2016

I begin by confessing I’m a science fiction laywoman. I always gave it a wide berth, being not attracted by inventions, from my viewpoint grotesque, useless, and sometimes terrifying. Neither the space adventures, nor the robots nor the intergalactic battles ever stirr...

February 17, 2016

On a first reading you are tempted to see it as a story about time and coincidences – maybe because in the making up of the action the present affects both the future and the past. In the novel there can be noticed an overlapping of planes and a constant swinging in a...

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"Tentoria" is the novel having me changing my mind for understanding that science fiction meant not only a bursting imagination but also the attempt to provide answers to the great questions of mankind, and implicitly of each of us. The parallel worlds brought to life by this genre revealed to myself as theoretically possible and laden with implications. And such a world is depicted in "Tentoria", a gloomy future of Earth, the outcome of the accelerated "evolution" we live through in the present.

— Cristina Lincu —

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