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Chris was born in London 1947, moved to South Africa in 1972 and now lives in Botswana with his wife Shynie and their eight year old daughter Angela Simolola. Chris is fascinated by the possibilities science presents to us but hates the rigidity of the "scientific method" especially the agressive denunciation by most scientists of anything resembling man's spiritual component or the possibility of an overarching, creator being.
on Oct. 21, 2013 :
Fascinating take on the fate of humankind some way down the track. I marvel at the depth of imagination required to create the characters and scenarios that populate this book. I salute you Chris! I could not fully get my simple mind around all aspects of this story so a recap is definitely on the cards. Now, where is the sequel?
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
on July 24, 2013 :
Couldn't put this book down and understood most of it (for a change these days) but didn't appreciate the "shaggy dog" aspect of Kileed/Mechizadek
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
on July 23, 2013 :
Yes, definately some interesting concepts and partial conclusions but, overall, way too soft a climax that Hyzel and co get out of with relative ease. But I am curious to know whether or not they get back to Base Four in their original time so hopefully the sequel is on...
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
on July 21, 2013 :
The mystery of what happens to the implanted humans is left unresolved (for a sequel?) but Chris didn't generate sufficient tension to make me want to find out. Presumably Sartak, Magnon and even Stephen survive the nova buffetting of their ships which makes one wonder what they're made of.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Angela Needs III
on May 27, 2013 :
This is an interesting insight into the unknown. Its author has extended his imagination into realms hitherto untouched.
(reviewed the day of purchase)