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In the far future, the accidental scientific breakthrough known as the Levant-Meyer Translation changes everything. Suddenly, people can leap instantaneously across the universe, but one expedition doesn’t make it back alive. An encounter that could prove to be the first step in humankind’s salvation or its doom is underway.
What makes this book stand out?
This book is written in a way a lot of readers may not have ever seen a book written before. Some chapters are presented as a play, with just dialogue.
Read it for
This book has some interesting ideas, like the instantaneous transfer to distant planets with all its limitations and dangers.
Don't read it for
The blatant sexism in the science fiction novel is unacceptable.