The Orthogonal Galaxy

Rated 4.50/5 based on 6 reviews
In this near future sci-fi, a college professor's dream of discovering a parallel Earth is in jeopardy when an astronomical phenomenon sends a trio of research students scrambling to unravel its mystery. Their only hope to answer all of its questions lies in a pair of unlikely astronauts who risk everything to learn more about the galaxy in which they live. More
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Words: 134,260
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310144844
About Michael L. Lewis

Science Fiction newcomer, Michael L. Lewis, is the author of the Galaxy Series, which begins a years-long journey of writing that stemmed from a simple dream. A computer engineer by trade with a passion for reading fiction, he now takes that love to a new level with his first novel, the Orthogonal Galaxy. Michael currently resides in Woodinville, Washington with his wife, daughter, son, and cat.

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Review by: Poreman on Nov. 25, 2017 :
Very engaging story and generally well written. Some dialogue in 2 or 3 places, I found was a bit off-putting and irrelevant, and didn't advance the story line. However overall this was a minor complaint in an otherwise very enjoyable story - not worth deducting 1 star. Can't wait to buy and read the sequel; story leaves lots of other elements to develop in subsequent volumes, which I hope the author writes.
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Review by: R. McCullough on June 29, 2015 :
Most interesting and different.
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Review by: Austin12345 on June 03, 2015 :
I found myself at the end of the book far too quickly and that's a good thing. One thing that still makes no sense to me is how the spaceship "timer" continues to function when all time comes to a complete standstill. If it had not been for that impossibility I would have given five stars.
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Review by: Syn on May 16, 2015 :
One of the best books I've read this year! I personally can not wait for the story to continue! Excellent writing!
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Review by: Victoria Zigler on May 13, 2015 :
A pretty good read; recommended for those who love the science side of sci-fi, rather than the typical space wars and aliens stories.

My only real issue with the book was that I found the double story the author had going on a bit distracting. I know - having read the whole book - what the point of telling both stories was, but still

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Review by: Michelle Ellis on May 04, 2015 :
Absolutely stunning! This author can write. Written english is grammatically correct, punctuation is good, (I know, sounds pedantic, but so much self publishing ignores basic grammar!) Storyline is gripping, and the use of parralel eventing is superb, leading to a crescendo of events that is truly surprising.
Science is well imagined and researched, ( If impossible) (But its sci fi so "Hey ho"!)
Well done. Obviously needs a sequel......don't keep us waiting!
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