Zero 'g'

Rated 2.00/5 based on 1 reviews
What would happen if the world we know was literally turned upside down—if the Earth lost gravity, the very force that holds all of nature and society together?Zero g takes readers to the year 2074, where environmental destruction has progressed to an unimaginable point, and the unthinkable has actually become a reality.A simple NASA janitor and two teenage science prodigies are our only hope. More

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About Srujan Joshi

Srujan Joshi is a researcher and technology developer who is passionate about finding the hidden energy of nature. He loves to ask what-if questions and create stories from the answers. Joshi is a constant thinker, a futuristic technology geek, and a space science enthusiast.

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Review by: JQDahiya on Feb. 19, 2018 :
Two stars because this is not my expectation of a sci fi story. This story has all the masala but none of the main ingredients.

I'm reviewing after only a few chapters, but you lost me at the earth losing gravity for no reason given, not even a mad fantasy reason. Gravity is to be replaced by Particle B, to be hauled from outer space. That's too banal and ... Hollywoodish.

That said, there is nothing objectionable about the story or the treatment. The writing is fairly taut, there are neither typos nor bad grammar nor bad editing. The characters are reasonably developed and decent humans. I just expected it to be more hard sci fi, which is my fault because the intro on this page is clear enough that the Earth is just sick and tired of humans. So, if that's your scene, have at it.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)

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