Though I hated to "see" the great library at Alexandria inadvertently snuffed out at Jule's hands, I delighted in this story. I've often wondered exactly how it got incinerated!
In any "fantastic" adventure, the invention of language describing the phenomena is a huge plus. "Flexi-tanium shell" and "trajectonomy" made me smile.
Well done, Barry...Wells.
I really liked it! And I have to agree with Nina I too did learn some history that I did not know..and I'm always open to learning new things. But it was really good. And I especially liked it because it seemed very in depth with details. And that made a difference and I could really understand it and picture what was going on. Over all I enjoyed it very much! Great job Barry! :)
Okay, this was just magnificent. I learned a bit of history while exploring a read that wasn't really my genre. I really liked this piece, I could imagine in my mind what was going on. Oh, and I also liked how it's like narrator is talking directly to the reader and gets off track or rather distracted, no?
I really did like this one, so thanks for the read