- By David Kutai Weiss

Anastomosis (The Hysteresis Chain)

  • Title: Anastomosis (The Hysteresis Chain)
  • Author: David Kutai Weiss
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Anastomosis The Hysteresis Chain Saturn looms through the haze above Titan s menacing surface The moon of Saturn is home to Alpha India But the fuel that powers the colony is mysteriously disappearing and the engineer responsible fo

    Saturn looms through the haze above Titan s menacing surface The moon of Saturn is home to Alpha India But the fuel that powers the colony is mysteriously disappearing, and the engineer responsible for maintaining the colony s life support is forced to leave the confines of the colony to confront his past and their future on the bleak moon of Saturn.Alpha India human popSaturn looms through the haze above Titan s menacing surface The moon of Saturn is home to Alpha India But the fuel that powers the colony is mysteriously disappearing, and the engineer responsible for maintaining the colony s life support is forced to leave the confines of the colony to confront his past and their future on the bleak moon of Saturn.Alpha India human population 51Galaxy wide human population 51The Hysteresis ChainPart 1, AnastomosisPart 2, Tessellation out now Part 3, coming soon

    1 thought on “Anastomosis (The Hysteresis Chain)

    1. only read half of it. the first chapter grabbed me, but the rest not so much. they way its written, I still knew I was reading words an my imagination was not getting ingulfed into the storyI have since revised this review by giving it 2 stars instead of 1 star, I don't know how that happen since I didn't hate this story.

    2. So you're one of only fifty-one surviving humans on Titan. Now what. Centuries of tera-forming have negatively impacted your environment. Now what. Your history is sketchy at best - largely forgotten to the ages. Now what. Very entertaining read. It could do with some editorial refinement - chapter "2520" in particular, but nothing too detrimental. I think the author got caught up in his own terminology and strayed from the Titanian celestial referencing that he so pain painstakingly laid out ea [...]

    3. A Good ReadI enjoyed this book. It was filled with action and adventure. I thought that the overall storyline was good and I really liked how the author used the characters. The only thing that I didn't like so much was that the chapters would jump in historical dates. This was a good read.

    4. Not very believibleFirst, the "science" in this sci-fi is more like something a ten year old might make up. Second, the mind failure of the main character isn't the least bit realistic and finally, the story simply didn't work.

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