David Lever is a retired mathematician, having received his Ph.D. with distinction in 1981. He is interests include science fiction, nature, cosmology, artificial intelligence, and mathematics. He worries about today's escalating acceptance of anti-scientific dogma in a world filled with deadly weapons.
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Smashwords book reviews by David Lever
- Vector (The Extraterrestrial Anthology, Volume I: Temblar)
on Oct. 09, 2011
- Monster Is in the Eye of the Beholder: Report of the Anthropological Expedition to the Planet Known as Kal-Fa
on Feb. 07, 2012
We meet very strange creatures. Are they monsters, sexual deviates, mind-manipulators, or victims? I loved the vehicle used to tell the story, which is full of imagination, intrigue, and suspense. Moreover, there is a moral to the story, as its ending clearly reveals. This short book is very well written, flows gracefully from page to page, and has an impact. It is well worth the price, and will haunt you for days after you have finished it. If you're looking to give a gift to a sci-fi reading friend, then this is it.