Adam's Apple and the Infinite Regress

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Adam Evans has always felt like the universe was mocking him. That only gets worse when he's charged with murder under bizarre circumstances and exiled from existence. Facing a life of utter solitude, he seizes the opportunity to escape with a strange girl. He's determined to put his life back together, but he never could have guessed how crazy things were about to become.
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About L.G. Keltner

L.G. Keltner spends most of her time trying to write while also cleaning up after her crazy but wonderful kids and hanging out with her husband. Her favorite genre of all time is science fiction, and she’s been trying to write novels since the age of six. Needless to say, those earliest attempts weren’t all that good.

Her non-writing hobbies include astronomy and playing Trivial Pursuit.

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Reviews of Adam's Apple and the Infinite Regress by L.G. Keltner

J Lenni Dorner reviewed on March 23, 2022

This book was enjoyable, had great humor, a good pace, and a satisfying ending. Sci-fi humor with a touch of romance and justice. This is an honest and unbiased review of a book I got for free on Smashwords. I have followed this author for years and love her blog. I would recommend this book to those who enjoy science fiction that's more funny than it is scientific. I'd also suggest it to those who have done the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge, as that's why this book exists.

"Ditz" is a funny character when introduced, and I love how she quickly develops into someone with such a strong backstory.
Excerpt: She makes solitude seem appealing.

Bibble feels like a metaphor for an ultra-wealthy politician who seeks to criminalize and punish the poor for existing.

There are great action scenes mixed with humor, such as this one:
“Adam, you’re about to get kicked in the ribs.”
“What?” Adam demanded.
Then the crushing blow came as a steel toe collided with his ribcage.

👽 Excellent and imaginative alien races appear in this story.
It reminds me a bit of the "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," so much so that I "heard" Stephen Fry narrating in my head when I got to the part about the Jupiter Station facts.

Adam made me really want a piece of cake. If you were to have a near-death experience and your life flash before your eyes, would it be a positive or negative viewing experience? The book had me pondering that.

Trigger warnings= prostitutes and impotence are mentioned, minor violence, possible sacrilegious remarks. It is well-edited.
(review of free book)
James Jenkins reviewed on Nov. 3, 2019

Started out with a chuckle, but lost momentum and I stopped reading about half way through.
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