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Supersymmetry (book two) by David Walton (book review).

July 27, 2021 | By | Reply More
Supersymmetry (book two) by David Walton (book review).

‘Supersymmetry’by David Walton is the second novel in David Walton’s ‘Superposition’ duology. ‘Supersymmetry’ picks up the story fifteen years after the end of the first novel, ‘Superposition’. The varcolac, the creature composed of the complex quantum interactions of the particles, has been safely kept away from Earth. But now it is back and wants revenge […]

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Superposition (book one) by David Walton (book review).

September 28, 2020 | By | Reply More
Superposition (book one) by David Walton (book review).

 ‘Superposition’ by David Walton is the first novel in a science fiction duology from 2015. Jacob Kelley used to be a top-notch scientist at the New Jersey Super Collider (NJSC) and had given up his job a few years back to get away from its politics. He is now enjoying being a teacher and has […]

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The Genius Plague by David Walton (book review).

October 12, 2017 | By | Reply More
The Genius Plague by David Walton (book review).

Paul Johns is a mycologist, seeking rare fungi in the Amazon. On the boat back to civilisation, it is attacked and the people on board are killed by pirates but he and a girl manage to escape and do a 50 mile trek back although barely can remember what happened. Meanwhile, back in the USA, […]

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