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In the far future travel is made possible by controlled wormholes made in the fabric of space time Crystal a young woman Disappointing Good premise but the writing is bad and the storytelling is too hurried It felt like the author constantly had to TELL me what was going on instead of SHOWING it

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And the Stars Will Sing Cs and a romance make it complicated The last thing she needs are the frightening errors beginning to crop up on her map I received this book for free because of the group Read It and Reap I really liked that this book had a really interesting setting and at first it was a bit confusing but then it all cleared the deeper you get in to the book I feel like the author could have elaborated a bit on the climax of the huge black hole I also think that there should have been some exciting ups and downs in the book I am not usually a big fan of Sci Fi but this book was good I liked how there was some technical parts or reasons why things happened in space Also I felt as if Her relationship with Jai was kind of fast and happened out of no where The imagination to this book was endless Michelle Browne must have a huge and amazing imagination to come up with a setting and characters this intense I would recommend this book to people who like Sci Fi with a little bit of romance and adventure

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Read doc ç ...And the Stars Will Sing ✓ And the Stars Will Sing Í moneyexpresscard æ In the far future travel is made possible by controlled wormholes made in the fabric of space time Crystal a young woman freshly graduated from university finds herself on her first job aFreshly graduated from university finds herself on her first job aboard the base ship 'Crossing Paths' Workplace politi An Engaging and Skillfully Constructed NovellaI don’t read much science fiction these days I find a lot of the books in the genre too derivative sitting on the shoulders of the great science fiction writers of yore I particularly get frustrated with the lack of attention to basic psychology and hence to my mind a lot of character motivations and actions have no credibility or depth to themSci fi novels written in the first person have an additional challenge inasmuch as the technologies and worlds described by the narrator would be familiar to them while being unfamiliar to us This presents the writer with a technical difficulty of conveying to the reader what is different to them without undermining the narrator’s credibility Imagine the situation of a current day narrator describing a journey by train Exactly HOW fascinated would that person be with how the carriage was laid out or the technology of railway tracks? The answer is not very particularly if they’d already travelled by train hundreds of times beforeI am pleased to say that Michelle Browne handles these structural issues with apparent ease while engaging her readers in a compelling narrative along the way The descriptions of the future are handled almost as asides which is as it should be without getting in the way of the story Ms Browne’s narrator Crystal Weiss – a copper haired Martian is a delightfully snarky creation “Glass” as she is known to her workmates is difficult argumentative and with an offbeat sense of humour By way of a diary Weiss records her experiences as a mapper on a deep space project to create a wormhole for interstellar travelWithout getting into spoiler territory I will say there is plenty going on to engage the reader’s attention The only nit pick I had with the storyline was a credibility issue as to why internal transporters would be left operational in a particular circumstance I’m not going into detail on this as it would give too much awayThe writing style is sparse and spiky as befits the storyteller herselfWell done Michelle Browne “And the Stars Will Sing” gets my vote for novella of the year regardless of genre