Natasha's Reviews > Multiplarity
May 16, 2018
Recommended for: People who love science fiction
Multiplarity by Anthony Stevens is a really fun science fiction made up of three books: Omniphage, Selenaphiles, and Micasians. I would highly recommend reading these in order if you get them separately. Omniphage starts with a discovery of a new cure all drug and expounds on the problems that might arrive from the development of such a drug. It quickly becomes a dystopian novel, but unlike the other dystopian novels out there, this is full of hope and isn’t purely negative. This made me really love the story, I like some positivity. That’s not to say that there’s nothing negative, there is, but it’s a nice balance. There are many new discoveries other than the drug that the characters in this book discover. So much at the same time, all these discoveries being known as a “multiplarity”. The characters are real, and I was easily able to relate to them. There’s too many to list in a short review. There are scientists, a former gang member, business men, and young adults that people get to know and love when they read this book. I would like to give this book a five-star review, but there were too many grammatical errors. There wasn’t in the first book, but a lot in the second, and some towards the very end. It’s not too bad, but it needs a little more polishing. This story is a bit of a tall tell, but that’s part of what science fiction is. If you like science fiction I highly recommend this book.
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