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Singularity's Boundary ➶ Singularity's Boundary Free ➬ Author Henry Lindell – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Having expanded throughout the universe, colonizing and establishing four major galaxy societies in the process, humanity is on the brink of developing the technology necessary to break the singularit Having expanded throughout the universe, colonizing and establishing four major galaxy societies in the process, humanity is on the brink of developing the technology necessary to break the singularity that separates our universe from the potentially infinite many that may exist beyond Dorzki, one of the most intelligent human beings of all time, head of the trans universal project for one of the competing galaxies, must find a way to achieve, unscathed, humanity s ultimate dream.


About the Author: Henry Lindell

Born and raised in North America, I spent my early years travelling and calling home numerous cities from Connecticut or as I liked to think of it, New York to Hawaii where I learned how to swim I have a bachelor s in Electronic Engineering, and a master s in EducationI am a full time math professor, and I write and enjoy family life as much as I can fit into hours a day the other are reserved for sleeping.



10 thoughts on “Singularity's Boundary

  1. Evelyn Evelyn says:

    I received this book free from Goodreads.I thought this book had a good story line but found it used to much theoretical mathematics and tended to overdetail.


  2. Ne Hera Ne Hera says:

    A welcome addition to my sci fi reads Clean storytelling, would love to read


  3. Alex Alex says:

    I wanted to love this book, I really did And putting aside all of the awkward sentence structures, misused words, spelling and grammar issues which I hope will be edited out for the final print my greatest complaint is that there just wasn t enough Singularity s Boundary reads like the idea of a story, footnotes and all I mean that literally The first quarter of the book barrages you with explanations of how things are in this futuristic time, and official definitions created by the aut I wanted to love this book, I really did And putting aside all of the awkward sentence structures, misused words, spelling and grammar issues which I hope will be edited out for the final print my greatest complaint is that there just wasn t enough Singularity s Boundary reads like the idea of a story, footnotes and all I mean that literally The first quarter of the book barrages you with explanations of how things are in this futuristic time, and official definitions created by the author The only problem is, you don t care about any of this informationyet A little less than halfway through, the book becomesof a political thriller than a sci fi adventure, and despite my anticipation for the inter universal travel storyline to pick up, I was finally incapable of putting the book down Once the political machinations come to an end however, all of a sudden every character ever introduced, comes together for the finale, with all the loose ends tied up in successionand yet the character development seems to have happened while we were distracted by the sub plot The majority of the female characters made my skin crawl with their flat presence reserved only for harping at their partners, causing suffering from heartbreak or being docile in the background The only female presence with any kind of ambition not tied to a man, I m fairly sure gets 3 pages total And just when things get interestingthe book ends Followed by a postscript, which i strongly suspect is a sloppy hook for a sequel I beg you Mr Lindelldon t write the second book before you finish the first one It could be a true gem, if only it were fully developed multi line footnotes could have been written into the text itself for example It s excruciating to follow a story when you keep bombarding us with asides Like being told a story while the person pauses every few seconds to say oh, but also and wait, I forgot to mention Its obvious that you had such an intriguing idea for this book, but it gets lost in technicalities, and all I wanted was to ride the singularity pardon the pun


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10 thoughts on “Singularity's Boundary

  1. Evelyn Evelyn says:

    I received this book free from Goodreads.I thought this book had a good story line but found it used to much theoretical mathematics and tended to overdetail.

  2. Ne Hera Ne Hera says:

    A welcome addition to my sci fi reads Clean storytelling, would love to read

  3. Alex Alex says:

    I wanted to love this book, I really did And putting aside all of the awkward sentence structures, misused words, spelling and grammar issues which I hope will be edited out for the final print my greatest complaint is that there just wasn t enough Singularity s Boundary reads like the idea of a story, footnotes and all I mean that literally The first quarter of the book barrages you with explanations of how things are in this futuristic time, and official definitions created by the aut I wanted to love this book, I really did And putting aside all of the awkward sentence structures, misused words, spelling and grammar issues which I hope will be edited out for the final print my greatest complaint is that there just wasn t enough Singularity s Boundary reads like the idea of a story, footnotes and all I mean that literally The first quarter of the book barrages you with explanations of how things are in this futuristic time, and official definitions created by the author The only problem is, you don t care about any of this informationyet A little less than halfway through, the book becomesof a political thriller than a sci fi adventure, and despite my anticipation for the inter universal travel storyline to pick up, I was finally incapable of putting the book down Once the political machinations come to an end however, all of a sudden every character ever introduced, comes together for the finale, with all the loose ends tied up in successionand yet the character development seems to have happened while we were distracted by the sub plot The majority of the female characters made my skin crawl with their flat presence reserved only for harping at their partners, causing suffering from heartbreak or being docile in the background The only female presence with any kind of ambition not tied to a man, I m fairly sure gets 3 pages total And just when things get interestingthe book ends Followed by a postscript, which i strongly suspect is a sloppy hook for a sequel I beg you Mr Lindelldon t write the second book before you finish the first one It could be a true gem, if only it were fully developed multi line footnotes could have been written into the text itself for example It s excruciating to follow a story when you keep bombarding us with asides Like being told a story while the person pauses every few seconds to say oh, but also and wait, I forgot to mention Its obvious that you had such an intriguing idea for this book, but it gets lost in technicalities, and all I wanted was to ride the singularity pardon the pun

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