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  1. says:

    The crew of the Desio five scientists one writer and a standard poodle travel to a yet unnamed water planet on the fifth extra solar mission from Earth We've got all the ingredients of a standard genre novel spaceship worm

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    Immediately my attention

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    I rather enjoyed the set up of this novel The narrator Kyle is a writer chosen for a space mission over the objections of the scientists who believe that literature is no longer relevant The motivations of the gro

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    When I picked up this book I was expecting a fun and fanciful sci fi read I got that and A team of scientists a non scientist and his dog set out for a distant planet to gather data and information about it What they discover astounds and mystifies them The planet forces them to rethink not only conventional scientific wi

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    If this book was listed as a soap opera I would have given it 3 stars This is 60% dramatizations of interpersonal and personal issues with psychological interpretations The rest is Science Fiction It wasn't all bad but the I read the less I wanted to finish it I did finish it however The basic premise is a scientific exped

  6. says:

    This book has an interesting potential story and plot line and I really tried to like it with each click of the next page on my Kindle I kept saying it has to get better to myself Finally at the 55% mark on my Kindle I stopped reading it and deleted itWhat was the problem? It just plods along the first 15% really has no narrative but an ins

  7. says:

    Superb It reads like Arthur C Clarke and feels like Stanislaw Lem's Solaris So often a novel makes the antagonist the alien the out

  8. says:

    This story rides on the well used exploration of a distant planet theme What make this story different is that it is told from the point of view of an author with a liberal arts background residing in a ship with 5 scientists who as you might expect belittle this guy with only a BA degree He focuses on his int

  9. says:

    I very much liked this book There is a bit of a Moby Dick aura about this book It is man with his baggage of superiority self aggrandizement and just a cocky screw nature this is what I want attitude They are then confronted

  10. says:

    A good book The plot was simple and straight forward with no surprises but the content and the way it was presented had a philosophical twist that made me think about how we interpret what we experience and how we pass our experiences through the filter of our perceptions What we are seeing might not be uite what is actually there

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Three months outbound from Earth and the starship Desio approaches its planetary destination her crew eager to commence a mission of scientific discovery Kyle Lorenzo however has a personal reason for being on board an inner conflict that will ultimately propel him to explore not only of the furthest reaches of an enigmatic ocean world but the nebulous recesses of his inner psycheDuring the long and isola. Immediately my attention is caught as that fine reader s hook sinks in The subtle trace of humour in which it is couched only makes me want to know to read on Amazingly a short way into the novel I discovered that the society of that far future is Dystopian really why should that have surprised me As a voracious lifelong reader a writer and a reviewer the notion of existence in a society where reading is considered to waste energy and time is so mind boggling as to make me light headed Pray I never live to see suchAuthor Gary Tarulli has such a wry turn of phrase and sense of irony that reading this novel is comparable to having an in person conversation and would make the novel worth the reading even if it didn t have a great story which it doesProtagonist Kyle Lorenzo who might be characterized as in the throes of a mid life crisis decides to throw over his routine life and travel out of the Solar System the sole writer on the spaceship packed with scientists and technicians Why would a normal Earthling in a dystopian society decide to travel on a vessel where he sticks out because of his occupation and nature to a planet he s never seen Similarly why would the expedition s Screening Committee determine a writer was necessary at all There are reasons for everything and I ll leave it to the reader to find out with my recommendation Don t put this one aside don t delay just get it read and enjoy

characters Orb AUTHOR Gary Tarulli

Orb AUTHOR Gary Tarulli

Ting interstellar journey a physical relationship develops between Kyle and the ship's physician Kelly Takara That part is easy Understanding the reasons for avoiding the emotional commitment desired by Kelly is harder So too is trying to penetrate the mind of Larry Melhaus the mission's brilliant and reclusive physicist a failure to communicate made exponentially troublesome when the scientist's disturbi. If this book was listed as a soap opera I would have given it 3 stars This is 60% dramatizations of interpersonal and personal issues with psychological interpretations The rest is Science Fiction It wasn t all bad but the I read the less I wanted to finish it I did finish it however The basic premise is a scientific expedition to a uniue planet The crew of the starship had various ualifying talents The protagonist was a writer whose education was in communications with limited course work in psychology He was selected to create an accurate written record of what will certainly be a great and historic scientific voyagePROSAbsolutely remarkable imagery Strongly developed characters of widely varied personalitiesOriginal story lineInteresting interactions between characters An interesting twist endingCONSToo much time spent on interactions and psychology Huge leaps about the workings and nature of this peculiar planet with very little tobase the conclusions onThe protagonists official chronicle at the end became mostly his meandering feelings relationship and love life and an apology for writing mostly about thatThe twist ending was not enough to redeem this IMO poorly executed book

Read & Download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Gary Tarulli

Ng behavior begins to threaten the crewWhile Kyle struggles to comprehend himself and Melhaus the ship's crew led by their strong willed commander Bruce Thompson attempt to fathom a planet where none of the precepts of science seem to apply A world where every preconceived notion of what constitutes life must be re examined and challengedTwo journeys One inward one outwardCulminating at the same destinati. This story rides on the well used exploration of a distant planet theme What make this story different is that it is told from the point of view of an author with a liberal arts background residing in a ship with 5 scientists who as you might expect belittle this guy with only a BA degree He focuses on his interaction with the other crew members and his view of the world that they visit His different view combined with the views of his scientist crewmates highlights how we become narrow minded from our own perspectives and that having these diverse views can lead to discoveries that are sometimes unbelievable Basic uestions about our relationships with each other and even the basic uestion of what it means to be intelligent is covered in this novelVery enjoyable and couldn t put it down I found the style to be very natural and obviously from an accomplished story teller