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This wanna-be sci-fi has religious implications at the end. A very poor excuse for science fiction.
04/08/2021
I found this rather entertaining and quaint. It is based on old science and theories of the nineteenth century.
02/04/2021
If most authors have a book they regretted. This one should have been.
11/09/2020
This was a common theme in science fiction at the end of the 19th century. The Hollow Earth Theory. I found it a rather good book but very dated.
11/13/2019
I found the book dated and the science awful even for its time. The author forgot about inertia and g-forces. Such acceleration would have killed them. As the old saying goes. Those who can't do, teach. And John Campbell was a great teacher.
09/01/2019
I found it rather a very nonsensical line of garbage. Trying to be a stupid text adventure with a CEO trying to find his girl? Grabbing at straws this story does.
08/18/2019
This story blows chunks. Religious preaching in science fiction form. At least with Burroughs we get a better way to get to mars.
01/18/2019
Susan Frances - A Fateful Event, Forbidden friendship and Dark Secret
FEATURED AUTHOR - As a child, Susan Frances was fascinated by her grandfather’s stories of their Devon family which inspired her to research the family history and write No One Must Know, the first book in The Chiddleigh Saga. She lives with her husband in Devon close to the Ashetyne village in her book. As our Author of the Day, she tells us all about her book, No One Must Know.