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Old 09-03-2008, 07:51 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Sunborn by Jeffrey Carver - PW Review

This week's Publisher's Weekly reviews MR's own Jeff Carver's forthcoming SF novel Sunborn. The reviewer wrote (bold supplied ):

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The long-anticipated fourth entry in Carver's Chaos Chronicles (after 1996's The Infinite Sea) is space opera at its most agreeably and classically science fictional. . . .With such a large cast and a parallel plot involving a threat to Earth itself, character development is necessarily sketched broadly. Some may find the narrative overly stage-managed, but Carver skillfully rotates viewpoints and weaves the choreography directly into the plot. This installment is a cut above the earlier books and will be entirely accessible to any reader who appreciates high-powered stellar and n-dimensional physics blended with old-school space-faring.
Clearly a book worth buying.

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Whoa! I learn about this important review of my own book on MR! Thanks for posting. (My editor may not have seen it. I'm shooting him a note now.)
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