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

10 Jun 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 nutshell, I liked much the story and the idea; it took me off balance several times during the climaxes. It’s interesting how the less common way of passing between plans is worked out, the way it alternates from one century to the other or from a strictly confined world to a boundless one.

I also liked it for having me thinking, opening before my eyes a quite possible future.

Kudos!

 

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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.

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