- ASIN: B09X13LGH6
- Language: English
- Print length: 442 pages
- Genre: Hard Science Fiction Series
The BookViral Review:
Mind-bogglingly imaginative and wholly addictive Tomorrow’s End: The path of a savior proves a superb debut from G R Morris and one which will leave fans of the Hard Science Fiction genre salivating for more!
No other genre allows for such a collision of time, place, ideas and action, and it’s clear that Morris’s intent is to give his readers the utmost of what this genre can uniquely provide.
Exciting, tense and fully primed for sequels Tomorrow’s End: The path of a savior is graced by a moment-to-moment unpredictability that makes it viscerally thrilling while still being emotionally and intellectually engaging with the pace so brisk it’ll give you whiplash!
An intoxicating read that’s strange and sublime Morris opens up a fascinating examination of belief, spirituality and otherworldliness through the sceptical lens of science. Combining the best of Hard Science Fiction with religious doctrine, philosophy and horror to encourage us to question the very fabric of our reality.
As inventive narratives go, there’s outside the box, and then there’s revolutionary and in an era where science fiction is dumbed down and then dumbed some more for mass readership, Morris gives us a read that will stay with us long after the last page is turned.
But whilst Tomorrow’s End is bracingly daring it also achieves an exceptional balance between the emotional and intellectual aspects of Morris’s story. An achievement made possible by an extraordinary cast of characters from an author who doesn’t do stereotypes or merely regards them as an element of narrative design.
Characters like Kevin, Daren and Robert marvellously honour the spirit and aesthetic of the genre. They don’t get lost under the weight of all the plot strands and concepts stuffed into it and we are left with the impression, which you usually don’t get from fiction of this magnitude that every element in a character’s story is precisely where it should be.
The start of a wholly original series Tomorrow’s End: The path of a savior is simply superb and a five-star unreservedly recommended read!