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  1. 4 out of 5

    Pegboard

    Impermanent Universe: A Sci Fi Thriller by Vern Buzarde is the first novel in this series that takes you on a journey of a sabotaged space mission that alters numerous lives and events. Dr. Tess Carrillo was monitoring her astronaut boyfriend on that fateful day. Trying to pick up the pieces led her to a different job that has multiple layers of secrets. This job was lead by a man whose vision for greater things could just be the end of the world we know. If his competitor doesn't beat him in de Impermanent Universe: A Sci Fi Thriller by Vern Buzarde is the first novel in this series that takes you on a journey of a sabotaged space mission that alters numerous lives and events. Dr. Tess Carrillo was monitoring her astronaut boyfriend on that fateful day. Trying to pick up the pieces led her to a different job that has multiple layers of secrets. This job was lead by a man whose vision for greater things could just be the end of the world we know. If his competitor doesn't beat him in destroying the world. I found Impermanent Universe full of surprises and twists. Vern Buzarde is an author that weaves deep layers of deceit, espionage, and secrets within his novel, adding an atmosphere of suspense and thrills. This book is well written, with complex characters and events. Most science fiction fans will love this novel, though it focuses more on the earthly incidents and just a glimpse of what is happening in space.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jackie Trueblood

    I began reading this book early this afternoon and could not put it down until I read the last word of the Epilogue. The book was engaging and intriguing with many interesting twists and turns. It was the first science fiction novel I have ever read, and I am looking forward to Vern's next book. I predict we have a renowned author in the making! I began reading this book early this afternoon and could not put it down until I read the last word of the Epilogue. The book was engaging and intriguing with many interesting twists and turns. It was the first science fiction novel I have ever read, and I am looking forward to Vern's next book. I predict we have a renowned author in the making!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Guy Wheatley

    Chapter one opened up with the promise of a techno who-done-it. I thought it had some promise. Chapter two seemed to be a flashback to an “event” alluded to in chapter one. Then …. Chapter three. ????? I was completely lost. But such a good lost. The main character has been a brilliant mathematician and software developer in the first two chapters. Suddenly, in chapter 3, she’s a brilliant painter. What the …. WHAT? And some of the people with her in the first two chapters are there in chapter th Chapter one opened up with the promise of a techno who-done-it. I thought it had some promise. Chapter two seemed to be a flashback to an “event” alluded to in chapter one. Then …. Chapter three. ????? I was completely lost. But such a good lost. The main character has been a brilliant mathematician and software developer in the first two chapters. Suddenly, in chapter 3, she’s a brilliant painter. What the …. WHAT? And some of the people with her in the first two chapters are there in chapter three, but also in different roles. You’d think a story like this would be a muddled mess, impossible to follow or invest in. But it’s not. With all of the moving parts, seemingly in different directions, the action is choreographed into a single overall plot. Very few books are literally hard for me to put down, but this one was. I knocked it out in two days, and that was intentionally not reading it except during a long shift at a job where reading is accepted. I knew I wanted something to occupy me during those shifts, so didn’t read at other times. That was harder than I expected. I couldn’t wait to get back to the book. I WILL read other works by this author. I highly recommend this book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Georgene Inks

    So much fun to read this sci fi thriller. The author really pulled me into the characters and they are so incredibly believable! What a story!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Elle Otero

    Beautifully written I really enjoyed this! The writing was really enjoyable and particularly high quality. The story moved fast and I was hooked from the start! Tess was a super relatable character for me, which isn't always the case from a male author. Bravo! Beautifully written I really enjoyed this! The writing was really enjoyable and particularly high quality. The story moved fast and I was hooked from the start! Tess was a super relatable character for me, which isn't always the case from a male author. Bravo!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    What happens when an AI becomes sentient? Even more concerning, what happens when said AI begins to network with an alternate dimension than our own? Tess Carrillo is a computer scientist who leads the team of experts who are to build the worlds first sentient AI. They succeed in their efforts; however, they could not have foreseen the dimensional repercussions of their actions. Our reality is called into question and Tess strives to sort through this new puzzle to figure out a solution before o What happens when an AI becomes sentient? Even more concerning, what happens when said AI begins to network with an alternate dimension than our own? Tess Carrillo is a computer scientist who leads the team of experts who are to build the worlds first sentient AI. They succeed in their efforts; however, they could not have foreseen the dimensional repercussions of their actions. Our reality is called into question and Tess strives to sort through this new puzzle to figure out a solution before our reality becomes nonexistent. The premise of this book is a great topic to write about. There are literally infinite versions of this type of lot that can be written about (pun intended). The problem with such books is that when your write about reality bending dimensions and puzzles, it becomes harder for the reader to follow along the entirety of the story. I felt that the story was solid, however, it had many random areas that did not fit in the overall plot (unless the were part of the warped reality). Overall, it was a good book, if a bit odd.

  7. 5 out of 5

    unamilagra

    I have mixed feelings about this book. There were lots of strong points to it. The concept was very unique. Tess, the main character, is compelling. The book was action-packed and unpredictable in a way that kept me turning the pages. That said, I noticed a few drawbacks as well. I fell like the author bit off more than he could chew with the plot, and there were a lot of subplots that didn't wrap up perfectly at the end and characters that just sort of disappeared mid-book. There also wasn't a I have mixed feelings about this book. There were lots of strong points to it. The concept was very unique. Tess, the main character, is compelling. The book was action-packed and unpredictable in a way that kept me turning the pages. That said, I noticed a few drawbacks as well. I fell like the author bit off more than he could chew with the plot, and there were a lot of subplots that didn't wrap up perfectly at the end and characters that just sort of disappeared mid-book. There also wasn't a lot of science in this "sci-fi" book, and the explanations at the end weren't intuitive but required lengthy explanations delivered through dialog. Overall, I think there is lot of potential here. If the book were tweaked and refined, it would be a great novel!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Faith

    This book was so interesting. I always enjoy a good Sci-Fi and this was even better than usual. I wish I could fit the other book of this series into my book budget but . . . . Maybe the Kindle Version? I must include though that a couple of the characters used language that was inappropriate and unnecessary to the plot. Does the author have a limited vocabulary? The narration was great! Kudos to Jacqueline Rendell. I requested this audio book from Audiobooks Unleashed and have voluntarily left thi This book was so interesting. I always enjoy a good Sci-Fi and this was even better than usual. I wish I could fit the other book of this series into my book budget but . . . . Maybe the Kindle Version? I must include though that a couple of the characters used language that was inappropriate and unnecessary to the plot. Does the author have a limited vocabulary? The narration was great! Kudos to Jacqueline Rendell. I requested this audio book from Audiobooks Unleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Buzarde

    This book has everything that is great about Sci-fi and is presented both in a refreshing and thought-provoking format. Pondering "reality" itself and our collective experience has gained a lot of traction in this digitized world and "IU" implores the reader to explore those concepts while introducing well-developed characters you find yourself very invested in. The plot appeals to the question we all have about our own journey through life and the possibility of underlying drivers that weave th This book has everything that is great about Sci-fi and is presented both in a refreshing and thought-provoking format. Pondering "reality" itself and our collective experience has gained a lot of traction in this digitized world and "IU" implores the reader to explore those concepts while introducing well-developed characters you find yourself very invested in. The plot appeals to the question we all have about our own journey through life and the possibility of underlying drivers that weave the universe together in a symphony of near chaos but absolute perfection.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Read Ng

    This was a GoodReads giveaway of a Kindle ebook. This was a tale of alternate universes. But it did not appeal to me as it came across as more fantasy based. Not a lot of scientific reason for how the alternate universes intertwine. They just do. Mostly I was not compelled. I am a hard science person and just could not get myself into the correct mindset. I wanted to finish this book, but only to find out how it ends. The ending was appropriate for our hero. Have a GoodReads.

  11. 5 out of 5

    ken huhn

  12. 5 out of 5

    Robert E, Cerny

  13. 4 out of 5

    John McGowan

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Smith

  15. 5 out of 5

    Laura Buzarde

  16. 4 out of 5

    Steve McKelvey

  17. 4 out of 5

    Brandon

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ronald Kutney

  19. 5 out of 5

    Glenn Antonson

  20. 4 out of 5

    K Zinn

  21. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Paul

  22. 5 out of 5

    Peggy A Ocrant

  23. 5 out of 5

    Steve Fish

  24. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Gifford

  25. 5 out of 5

    ASR

  26. 4 out of 5

    John Stearns

  27. 5 out of 5

    brian tibitts

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tom Felch

  29. 4 out of 5

    Paul R. Delisi

  30. 4 out of 5

    James G. Pomeroy

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