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Arthur J. Levine is a computer junky who envisions vast social changes taking place as a result of technological innovations on the Internet incorporating the use of artificial intelligence, quantum computing and virtual reality.
He has a background in finance and publishing and is the author of the novels Home Grown Terrorist, Voyeur Bomb, and The Magic Pill. He is a former Director of New Business for Family Circle Magazine. He graduated from The Wharton School of Business with a BS in Economics.
on July 31, 2012 :
I'm sorry my taste in sci-fi genre is not matching yours. I was distracted by consistent misuse of the words, "their, there, and they're." I was confused early on by this, "After an Earthquake at my parent’s home during a Christmas/New years party killed my parents and most of my relatives, my wife’s religious Kabala grand parents who had stayed behind at their motel awaiting delivery of a kosher meal raised me." In chapter 5 Johnny enters into a love relationship that continues throughout the remainder of the book. What happened to Johnny's wife whose religious grandparents raised him? Is he married before he found the Blue People? This story moved so rapidly that I could not keep the characters straight nor did I ever feel connected to any one of them. Perhaps this story and characters could be developed more deeply by dividing it into two or three books.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)