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  • Best Scifi novel I've read

    This book was AWESOME! It was AWESOME! AWESOME! Ok, now that I got that out....let me tell you why. This book embodied the wonder of space and yet inspired a connectedness to the cosmos that all of us should feel. After all, we are all made of star dust. "The Truth Beyond the Sky" is aptly named. Aren't we all searching for the truth of what's out there? Whether it be a personal truth or a truth of origin? My heart went out to Zahn. I couldn't imagine the terror a small child must feel whilst watching his beloved mother lifted away and disappear. The hole that type of uncertainty can leave is undeniable. The character development was so well done with Zahn. Honestly, it was well done with all the characters. The descriptions of space travel and the different planets was mesmerizing! I found myself able to make clear images of these places in my head. It was fascinating. Space is such a place of wonder for me already. I wish I could jump on a ship and see what's out there for myself. Some elements I really enjoyed were the descriptions of the different technologies. Especially Navika ( the ship ). I really liked that the ship had it's own awareness and was alive. It brought a very interesting aspect to the story. Especially since our tech is becoming more and more a part of our lives. It brings an interesting side to the AI moral debate. After all, is something a machine or a person at that point? I have found with Sci-fi novels it can go one of two ways. They are either amazing or horrible. This book had all the elements you need for it to be successful. It had just enough explanation of the tech that it felt believable instead of ridiculously impossible. It brought in actual aspects of science and used them in believable and possible ways. Who hasn't wondered about wormholes? The characters were humanoid and therefore relatable. At the same time, there are creature descriptions that are not humanoid but are so well done they ignite curiosity.

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  • Truth beyond the sky

    Excellent and very entertaining read. Could not put it down.

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  • Good fun

    Easy to read with likeable characters. Enjoyed it.

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  • Nice space opera

    Very clean. You get sent from 1 edge of the galaxy to the other, very fun read.

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  • Great Sci-Fi Adventure

    Zahn finds himself on a great adventure throughout the Galaxy after finding a piece of a starship on the beach near his house. His adventure takes him through Stargate like wormholes to help his new friend, Oonak, deliver a message about a scourge that is conquering many planetary systems. The author, Andrew M Crusoe, obviously loves his home in Hawai’i because he paints a beautiful picture of Zahn’s home island that reflects the Hawai’ian islands. On Zahn’s adventure he finds another planet that has similar beauty, a young woman named Asha, who joins them and other planets that are a nightmare. He also meets ethereal beings that aid he and his friends on their quest.

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