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E-arc

David's and Jacob Holo's newest alternate, cross history novel.
E-arc
Post by TangoLima   » Fri Jan 18, 2019 1:32 pm

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An okay read but missing much of the DW flair.
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Re: E-arc
Post by cnrd22   » Fri Jan 18, 2019 2:19 pm

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While it had some cool stuff and funny moments (see "Mercury Historical Preservation Society"), the book was pulp sf that is ok in small doses but wears thin at length and far from what I expected in a DW book; also as any other time-travel book I've read (where time travel happens both ways and all the time so to speak, not the one way travel ones) the book is quite solipsistic and it just doesn't hold suspension of disbelief with the "poof I moved my little finger and a universe appears or disappears" being par for the course

Overall sub-mediocre and only the occasional laugh out loud moments kept me reading but I definitely have no plan to read more in this setting
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