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5.0 out of 5 starsAnother home run from Mr. Taylor
Reviewed in Canada on January 26, 2021
Excellent writing, lots of foreshadowing, hidden and double meanings, references to other sci-fi novels and great jokes. Dennis, please keep the books coming!
4.0 out of 5 starsGood read, but not as good as the trilogy
Reviewed in Canada on June 16, 2021
Really enjoyed the trilogy. Thought I had seen the last of the Bobiverse when that ended. This was a good read (and I paid full price rather than go through Kindle Unlimited) but not as satisfying as the original trilogy.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 10, 2021
Well, after all the Bob’s working together, they are now experiencing ‘differential drift’ (whatever that it) I had to look it up I love it when an author challenges me especially in the sciences. Splinter groups are emerging and Bill decided to take off and search for Bender. The discovery he makes looks like it may get all the groups excited - what will happen when all the groups have this information? Will they work together or is the ’drift’ too much.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 8, 2021
Big fan of the Bobiverse & Mr Taylor's books. Enjoyed the Bobiverse trilogy hugely & thought the way it ended was excellent. So approached this 4th book with nervous excitement. Credit to Mr Taylor for moving the story on in great way and one that surprised me. Will be interested to see where the Bob's take us next. As soon as I finished this started to read book 1 again so can enjoy them all in order again.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 1, 2021
Great follow up to the previous trilogy relating to the Bobiverse.
The story flows well, and apart from it being centered around one element as although it hops around to different characters, the main story stands front and center. So much so that you almost forget who is who, as the other things happening in the universe are sidelined.
Nice ending to wrap things up and interesting times ahead for a book 5, 6 , 7 .....
A bit different from the previous 3 Bobiverse books in a really good way. Skims over some science discussions in the conversions and plot which gives good fodder for background reading if you want to but never sounds contrived or laboured. Potentially digging a hole for itself in the thread of Replicative Drift but let's see how the next book pans out.
I have been hooked on this series of books since the end of the first chapter in the first book, and this one doesn't disappoint. For anyone that has not yet ventured into the bobiverse,then grab the first book in the series, and then a short while later grab the rest.