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Stan I.S. Law, a.k.a. Stanislaw Kapuscinski
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A 243-year young astronaut and a beautiful lieutenant traverse the Void of Cosmos at 85% of the velocity of light. Extraordinary! And then they meet people advanced 150,000 years beyond the human race. You will laugh and you will cry, but most of all, you will be amazed. Perhaps, flabbergasted! It will stretch you imagination to outer limits, and beyond.
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I read this in proof form. Now, I’ll read it again. It’s worth it. I took this from the description: “You will laugh and you will cry, but most of all, you will be amazed. Perhaps, flabbergasted! It will stretch you imagination to outer limits, and beyond.” Every word it true.
And on the top of that, the man, Stan Law, is a poet!
Review by: Marvin D. Clark.
Astounding prophecy of man’s future. It marries the vestiges of ancient knowledge, both human and alien, to free man from his perennial kindergarten. Even… to create life! A book to be read, and reread. I did!
There seems no end to Stan Law’s inner/outer travels. In his book, the line between the physical and the metaphysical becomes strangely blurred. I think the point he’s making is that there is only one all-encompassing reality, but he leaves it to us to discover this fact on our own.
Review by: Bohdan Czytelnik. After reading this book, each time I go to sleep, I hope to wake up at the next step of our evolutionary scale. What an extraordinary marriage of physics and metaphysics! No religion, yet an antechamber of heaven on our doorstep. Extraordinary. Thanks, Mr. Law.
Review by: Sylvester Drake. Many a future has been predicted by a host of religious and sci-fi writers. But Stan Law, once again come up with the most original one I’ve read so far. Keep writing, Mr. Law!
PS. John Galt is a classical hero, Beta Mulligan would be the son every parent would wish for, and Delta is absolutely out of this world!
Review by: Anetta Bach. I read it in four days. Hard to put down.
Although we witness a high-speed chase still within the Solar System, with some extra-planetary air-to-air torpedoes wheezing by, this is not your usual Sci-fi—at least not as I know them. In sci-fi I’ve learned to expect monsters, fighting strange creatures, murder galore and mayhem. What a glorious change to have an accomplished author of Stan Law’s stature show us that none of these are necessary to give us a fast-paced, exciting adventure. It feels like going back to early Heinlein’s or Bradbury’s novels. Welcome to the realm of science-fiction Mr. Law. I hope there are many more to come.
Review by: Adam Kerry.
A strange malaise imbues most of the human race. People become more placid, more complacent. They develop a strange predisposition for endless slumber, which seems to drain them from any desire for constructive behavior. The human race is dying.
Commander John Galt is given a slim chance to save humanity. Putting his life on the line, he ventures into the vastness of space, where he gains access to a reality that reaches beyond his wildest imagination. If he survives the mission, he might hold the key to human salvation. He might hold the Gift of Gamman.