A grad student studying genetics at the University of Wells Springs.
A renowned theoretical physicist holding degrees in both molecular biology and genetics. He has also made several medical research discoveries and is one of the youngest to reach the highest rank in the science field.
A doctor that specializes not only in genetic engineering but also in neuromorphic and artificial intelligence technology.
A German Shepard that aids his human companions by alerting them when the Homondie are near.
I’ve greatly enjoyed working on Operation d3. It’s an interesting story, with a lot of action and twists, and the characters are well drawn. You do a good job blending science fiction and action, keeping things moving fast while throwing mind-warping theoretical concepts at the reader in a way that makes them seem entertaining rather than baffling. The dimensional portals, and particularly the way you explain that an entire dimension can be sucked into another dimension, give the reader a lot to think about. Natalie is a compelling lead character, and the villains are all generally well-written and interesting. You’ve got a good concept, compelling characters, some genuinely surprising plot twists and some vivid imagery and descriptions.
I love your writing. It is immediate, authentic and very accessible. The concept of the story is unique and extremely interesting, perfectly targeted for SciFi readers. I found your exploration of the delicate interrelationship between the living and the dead, government conspiracy and the use interdimensionality in plot wonderfully creative and compelling.
This is an engaging and dramatic plot. I was quite amazed by the quantity and quality of the dialogue and the fast-pace of the dramatic content. Also found it wonderful to read about a heroine, a leading character who happened to be female. Natalie is your heroine, your protagonist. She’s probably, theoretically at least, the most interesting main character I’ve encountered in a long time. The premise of the story is fresh and engaging and well, FRESH. I can’t think of anything quite like it and I have read a lot of apocalyptic literature.
This is an ambitious undertaking, but, oh, how you deliver! The story is remarkably well envisioned; there’s such phenomenal texture, both horizontally and vertically (the fence not as limiting as one might imagine). The sheer amount of forethought that must have gone into the crafting is something I imagine many readers will sense. There’s a firm conveyance of effort and commitment and absolute passion on your part, which makes readers feel valued and considered as you plotted and planned this incredible scape.
Let me first say that I am very impressed by this novel of yours. It crackles with nonstop action and loads of guts and flesh-chomping gore, along with featuring snappy dialogue and complicated, twisty plotting. The writing is energetic, fast-paced, soundly grammatical, colorful, and just plain good. The story pulls the reader in—like those sucky portals—and again like the portals, it’s hard to get out of. Once you’re in, it’s turn the page or die. It is a riveting read.
This is an excellent science fiction horror/thriller. Your world building is a huge strength and I fell right into the story. The villains are fantastically gruesome and terrifying.
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