- Genre: Science-Fiction
- Pages: 370
The book crosses all the realms of space-time and changes the lives of two individuals, who are from different timelines too. Sharat, is from the 1816 and Niharika is from 2018. Their lives interwined when they slip onto a planet Nocturne, 6 billion years into the future.
The plot of the book is like this – Three different timelines interwined together, crossing all realms of space and time.
Things I appreciate:
- The Universe, Galaxy, Planets, Creatures; all of them are created with utmost details and perfection and I loved the setting.
- Each and everything is explained properly.
- Vocabulary used is good and language is simple.
- Narration is gripping.
Things that didn’t sit well with me:
- Character Development is okay! A lot of characters have confusing personalities.
- Writing style is varying; somewhere descriptive and somewhere short.
- Typos! I seriously don’t like it when the editing isn’t done properly.
- Cover could have been better.
The theme is like this – AI can overpower us easily and thinking that we can escape this reality is just another myth we humans have. We cannot satisfy our creative, innovative juices along with out IQ, and our thrist to explore the unexplored always, might lead us to a lot of trouble in the future.
Some More Points:
- It is written in third person’s perspective.
- Title is only slightly relevant.
- This book has left me with a lot of confusions and questions; I felt somewhere some things need description and attention.
You can read if:
– You love reading Sci-Fi.
– You want to dive into a whole other Universe.