Book One – Mysteries, Secrets, and Lies By Dean Rosenthal
Through the Whole of Space is a sci-fi novel, the first of four books in its series. The story begins one thousand years in the future. Dr. Keiff works at the center of an institute and discovers some unsettling things about some aliens and their backgrounds. A foreign entity who happens to be a machine intelligence is a threat to their existence and that is where the story takes an interesting turn.
Although the story was a science fiction-based novel, filled with tech gadgets, it also possessed a good dynamic of character building and technologically advanced content.
I found the underlying of subatomic sciences and the protagonist choosing to live among the other races in the galaxy, to be very intriguing.
The literature is what stood out for me and that made me want to read the next books in the series. As I was aware of the fact that there are other books following this one, I did pay attention to see if there was enough background content in order for a strong continuation of the storyline. I believe the author succeeded in producing a solid foundation for his upcoming stories.
I recommend this book to high tech story lovers and sci-fi fans.
Written by Jeyran Main