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I gained no pleasure no sadness about it. The characters are not like their old self in Split Second. In fact it was better if they are new characters. Then no one will compare them.
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I cannot tell more without spoiling it. It really disappointed.
I don't even know where to begin with the story. The opening is really good. Wonder where it gone wrong. I think the biggest mistake from Mr Douglas is using real characters and blend it with fiction story, worse with science fiction. You feel the credibility was outstretched beyond limit until broken. No more the battle of wits. No more gray area.
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Instead we have a lot of plot hole and plot device. And I don't even know what the point of using Chinese characters when they don't involved in the main conflict. You'd think they play some role but I suppose it is what it is. Of course, it could be for another sequel. But at this point I doubt people will remember nor care about them. Worse the romance looks cheap.
I don't know how to say this but I feel sorry for Nathan. It would be better if they broke up for good. Really leave the bad taste. I don't even want to talk about the bad guy. Talk about being cheap copies. Not living up to the expectation. I know that I rant a lot. The strong point from every Mr Richard book is the capability to immerse reader in grey area and combined it with emotional story and science fiction theory.
But it was none in Time Frame. It pains me to give this book low rating. Still Mr Douglas remains one of my favorite author. Hope he can make better book next time.
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I know he can do it. Rating : 2. Mar 02, Marika Charalambous rated it it was amazing. Also read last year, but forgot to mention it on Goodreads. I remember I've enjoyed it a lot. Aug 02, Shane Phillips rated it liked it. There is just something that rubbed me wrong with the writing. Something in the level of description maybe. Felt like it was over descriptive. Jul 03, Adrian Durlester rated it liked it. I love Douglas E. He writes fun-to-read speculative fiction that likes to tackle ethical and moral issues.
This book, second in the "Split Second" series is no exception - but it is also not particularly exceptional. Though I believe the author strives for a reasonably balanced political perspective, there are times when his writing gets troublingly hawkish and jingoistic. I found that more so in this book, in which ethically questionable actions receive an undue amoutn from my I love Douglas E. I found that more so in this book, in which ethically questionable actions receive an undue amoutn from my perspective of rationalization. Also, I have written before about the prevalence of "infodumps" in Richards' writing.
Sometimes, the very nature of how Richards writes requires them, and sometimes they are justifiable and not just lazy writing. I can usually get through them, but in this particular book I really started to find all the infodumps annoying. It was as if the author felt he needed to explain every plot twist lest the reader find them unbelievable. Trust us, Douglas. You already provided end notes to help explain some of the speculative science, and you could just as easily have used those to cover potential reader disbelief. Also, I found the book had a bit more gratuitous violence.
There are ways to portray people as truly evil without putting really gross and disturbing pictures in the minds of your readers. I will keep reading Richards' books.
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He is a good author. He does his homework. He picks interesting ideas to weave into interesting stories. They just can't all be four or five star books, and for me, this one just wasn't. Feb 10, Richard rated it it was ok. Great short story Oh wait, this isn't a short story.
Could have been effectively told in pages. I was hoping that after the first one the author improve the story line. But, sadly no. Sep 17, Ben rated it liked it.
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Richards' books and several are on my "favorites" list. The first book in this "Split Second" series just barely missed the cut. I remember being very intrigued by the mystery of why a man that discovered a seemingly useless technology the ability to send something back in time by a fraction of a second would be hunted down and killed. Then getting to see how powerful that technology could be. But where that book lost me was in the ending. It went way 2. It went way over the top with characters making multiple copies of themselves and raiding a man-made island filled with black ops mercenaries.
It was kind of fun, but it removed the stakes by allowing the characters to cheat death. When I stumbled across the sequel, I wasn't sure I needed to read it. But the "stand alone" line in the description gave me hope that this one might go off on a new tangent for split-second time travel. Maybe a new scientist discovered the possibility and used it in a completely different way? Well, maybe the main characters will settle down and rein in the craziness once they get back to their base.
Wrong again. They go right to cooking up another assassination attempt that involves more human copies and adds nested time machines. Now my brain is hurting in all of the wrong ways. Rather than my mind struggling to keep up with plausible scientific advances which would be awesome , I'm trying to keep track of which version of the current character is in what country and how much they know.
It's not engrossing, it's distracting. As far as the "stand alone" aspect of this one goes, it amounts to retelling the plot points and technology of the first book over and over again. Not just in the beginning either. Even if you hadn't read the first book, this would feel like overkill and padding. At any rate, this is not the best work from Mr. However, despite how this review sounds, it's not an awful book. It is a quick read with lot of action sprinkled around.
It just doesn't add a whole lot to what came before it. Mar 19, Jacob rated it it was ok.webmail.cmnv.org/jovut-how-to-put.php
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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. So, fresh off the end of the first book which i admittedly enjoyed without thinking critically about it until reading a critical review like this one, which gave me a warning flag for entry to the second book, i plunged into the sequel expecting the promised interstellar, or at least interplanetary travel. What do i get? More of the most annoying criminal mastermind i've ever heard, including saturday morning cartoons!
Then i'm certain So, fresh off the end of the first book which i admittedly enjoyed without thinking critically about it until reading a critical review like this one, which gave me a warning flag for entry to the second book, i plunged into the sequel expecting the promised interstellar, or at least interplanetary travel. Then i'm certain we're getting to space, but no, gonna take down North Korea with 17 copies of Blake, keep 'em coming. Time Machines are now called Kettles, that's called innovation, kids.