Byron Beyond The Firmament by Neil S. Reddy (Book Review #1181)

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Byron beyond the firmament is a gothic sci-fi story. The story begins with Lord Byron fleeing to his ancestral home, Newstead Abbey, because he is one big pickle of a mess. He cannot face his half-sister Augusta who is pregnant with his child, nor does he want to deal with his newly pregnant wife, Bell. Ending his own life becomes his only way of dealing with the humiliation and facing the public, but when he throws himself from the summer of the great ruin, he wakes up to another pot of hell.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I found the story to be complex and the subject matter unique. There were times when I wondered where the plotline was going to go but was soon surprised by another revelation. The literature was descriptive, pleasantly enabling the reader to imagine and envision the scenes.

The story’s pace is steady and keeps the reader intrigued. Lord Byron’s personality and character are significantly out there, and this matter truly embraces the concept of the premise to a point where you sit back, relax and let it unfold.

I recommend this book to science fiction readers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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