Casimir Bridge by Darren Beyer
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
The good: Decent writing that is easy to understand and keep up with. Entertaining. The plot is interesting and makes me want to keep reading even over the not-so-good parts. There is promise but it needs work.
The not-so-good: The characters lack depth, a reason to connect with them, and believability. The science aspect of this sci-fi makes it difficult to just accept, that whole suspension of belief issue. The dialogue makes me cringe more often than not.
Overall: With a few adjustments I could see this becoming a hit with sci-fi fans.
Summary: This will be a love it or hate it type of read with few inbetweeners. If you can get past the not-so-good bits then you’ll enjoy this read.
Disclaimer: This book was provided without charge with the expectation of receiving a review in return. No other services or payments were provided. No promise of a glowing review were insinuated. Reviewed by Jerry