Brane Child The Brane Skip device designed in the twenty second century is intended to move a spaceship between the membranes of reality in order to get around the universal speed limit Thou shall not go faster t

  • Title: Brane Child
  • Author: David Morrese
  • ISBN: 9781310425578
  • Page: 491
  • Format: ebook
  • The Brane Skip device designed in the twenty second century is intended to move a spaceship between the membranes of reality in order to get around the universal speed limit Thou shall not go faster than light The theory behind the device is unproven, the technology experimental, but if there are side paths through the universe of normal space, there should be short cuThe Brane Skip device designed in the twenty second century is intended to move a spaceship between the membranes of reality in order to get around the universal speed limit Thou shall not go faster than light The theory behind the device is unproven, the technology experimental, but if there are side paths through the universe of normal space, there should be short cuts where speed limits simply don t apply.The unmanned tests of the Brane Skip are inconclusive The probes wink out and then back into existence, but all they record in between is a mysterious gray haze No one knows where they go But they must go somewhere The automated systems can t say It s time to send volunteers.The Brane Skip seems like magic to Lisa Chang, the young engineer in command the first crewed test flight, and Chang doesn t believe in magic But she does believe in the mission Humanity must explore space in order to survive and prosper, and she feels honored to be among the first to go where no one has gone before She does not know what will happen when the Brane Skip device engages She thinks it will do nothing She fears it will explode What she does not expect is popping out adrift in space and on a collision course with a fantasy version of Earth, complete with dragons, orcs, and wizards.Unfortunately, this is exactly what happens.

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    1. The author, D.L. Morrese, gave me a copy of this novel in exchange for my review.Brane Child: A Science Fiction Counter-Fantasy has a cheeky self-awareness that is just a lot of fun to read. This is a fish-out-of-water story of scientists landing in a world they can hardly believe. Morrese shows a keen skill and a balancing humor with a solid sci-fi plotting and juxtaposed worlds. Chang and crew are planning to be bored, hoping they don’t die and thinking they’ll land on Earth without event [...]

    2. An amusing readThe story moved along nicely and I enjoyed the read.Enjoyed the characters and the unusual plot. The ending is clever!

    3. The Brane Child Series is about a spaceship crew testing a new Brane Skip technology for speeding up space travel enough to provide a way for humanity to overcome the light-speed barrier. The commander Lisa Chang has no idea what will happen when they press the button to engage the skip, but she never imagined that they would be cast adrift in space on a collision course with a fantasy version of Earth, complete with dragons, orcs, and wizards.The uniqueness of this (and other of Morrese's books [...]

    4. Brane Child is Dungeons and Dragons meets Star Trek. It’s tongue-in-cheek fun that any fan of science fiction or fantasy would love. Numerous aspects from some favorite/popular TV shows and books make-up a big part of the story.Brane Child is like watching an old episode from a beloved TV show. You know how it’s going to end but you like the journey and seeing familiar faces and places.The story follows Lisa Chang and her crew of three as they embark on the first manned mission to test a new [...]

    5. I read this at least partly because I discovered, purely by chance, an advertising clip on YouTube. It wasn't exactly slick and professional, but it was amusing, so I tried the book.And found the approach was appropriate! The book isn't exactly sophisticated literature - but it is well written, it holds the readers interest (particularly if the reader is an old D&D player) and it includes some nice references to other literature in the F/SF field - and above all, it is amusing. Not many 'lau [...]

    6. I found myself really getting into this story. It doesn't go heavily into much of the quantum stuff, which is perhaps a shame: on the other hand so many other books explore it that I do feel I've as much of a grasp on it as a lay person can have. This story just flowed nicely, was engaging but not a difficult read and appealed to me with an almost Becky Chambers vibe.

    7. World BuildingI’m going to start with the fact that this was a hilarious blend of the Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Role Play genres. Starting out, you’re in hard science, and the world develops along expected lines – research, experiments, scientists and other such. Within a few chapters, however, you find yourself shifting gears as you enter a medieval world with it’s own rules. That’s where the role play games come in – a little more scientific than true fantasy, but definitely no [...]

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