13 worlds by J. J. Hair (Book Review #801)


13 worlds is a science fiction story about an omnipotent super-being known as the “Guide,” Commander Culben, Dr. Reeves, and the crew of starship Ranus has set out on a mission to destroy thirteen different planets: analogous but unique versions of 1st and 2nd Earth. The planets’ inhabiting civilizations are believed to be on the verge of developing advanced DNA-editing technology known as CRISPR, which would lead to the creation of Supremes: an advanced human species capable of wiping out all life in the galaxy.

Since the story was short, I did not expect character development, foundation, or back story to work. However, the back and forth between the characters created that dynamic that made the work enjoyable. It also added a nice flow to it, which I appreciated.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The literature was well written and had a nice flow to it.

The book possessed an absolute thrill over mythology. The narrative packed a lot of story and growth, even though it was short. This, I believe, displayed the author’s skill in storytelling.

I recommend the book to anyone who enjoys reading short book sci-fi and space-related stories.

Written by Jeyran Main

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