Rachel Crosby
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I really liked this book because of the hard science that provides its basic structure. However, I sometimes wondered how much of the science was real and how much on the author's imagination. Does anyone know whether the basic science is accurate?

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N.V. Cefalo How could you enjoy any science fiction story (or any fiction, really) if you are wondering the whole time if it really could happen or not? A lot of times I want the science to be "out there" to suspend my belief in the ordinary. Generally the author makes leaps within a subject but does not completely go out of bounds. Balancing fact and fiction to where you aren't sure is successful writing in my book!
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