T.A. Waters { Kindle ePUB Pdf } The Probability Pad


Free read The Probability Pad

The Probability Pad

E TRISKIANS and COUNT DRACULA THE PROBABILITY PAD The Brain Blower of All Time and SpaceGreenwich Village TrilogyThe Butterfly Kid by Chester AndersonThe Unicorn Girl by Michael KurlandThe Probability Pad by T A Waters. It s cheesy and i love cheese Calendar Girl (Saz Martin i love cheese

review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó T.A. Waters

Selves and everybody else they're little prepared for the turned on situations they rocket into or their uniue assortment of companions EXTRATERRESTRIALS PILTDOWN AND THE PRIMATES SOLIDUS PLIM ALTAMONT AND DR HUDSON TH. This is the less interesting in this trilogy but it s always a small 60s psychedelic sci fi classicAs usual plenty of humour and the depiction of en eraRecommendedMany thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC all opinions are mine Pathfinder Chronicles into or their uniue assortment of companions EXTRATERRESTRIALS PILTDOWN AND THE PRIMATES SOLIDUS PLIM ALTAMONT AND DR HUDSON TH. This Velvet Submission (Club Velvet Ice, is the less Oil Painting interesting Putins Russia in this trilogy but Seducida (Esclava victoriana, it s always a small 60s psychedelic sci fi classicAs usual plenty of humour and the depiction of en eraRecommendedMany thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC all opinions are mine

T.A. Waters Ó 7 Free read

A freaked out science fiction fantasy blasting the outer limits of your mindWhen those intrepid defenders of human kind TA Mike and Chester set out to discover why Greenwich Village suddenly contains duplicates of them. This is an amiable little tale the plot moves briskly along and keeps you turning the pages The writing style and the characters are unremarkable but adeuate It s the final part of a trilogy each part of which was written by a different person but they all have the same trio of main characters and all fit together so well that they could plausibly have had the same authorMy main complaint about this one is that Waters has studied the preceding volumes by his friends Anderson and Kurland too well Yes the details have changed but the outline of Book 3 is basically that of Book 1 with a dash of Book 2 in the middleChester Anderson set up the trilogy with The Butterfly Kid an alien invasion of Earth is thwarted by himself and his friends from their base in Greenwich Village in the late 1960s Nominally it s set in the future but it s a future that tastes very much like the late 1960s Michael Kurland retained this general idea in The Unicorn Girl but introduced some creative innovations and had fun with the characters and the dialogue T A Waters recycled their ideas competently enough but without adding anything basically newI first read The Unicorn Girl some 10 years ago and I still think it s the best of them But at least I m pleased that Books 1 and 3 are pleasantly readable and not complete duds

  • Paperback
  • 144
  • The Probability Pad
  • T.A. Waters
  • English
  • 03 September 2017
  • null

4 thoughts on “The Probability Pad

  1. says:

    This is an amiable little tale the plot moves briskly along and keeps you turning the pages The writing style and the characters are unremarkable but adeuate It's the final part of a trilogy each part of which was written by a different person but they all have the same trio of main characters and all fit together so well that they could p

  2. says:

    This is the less interesting in this trilogy but it's always a small 60s psychedelic sci fi classicAs usual plenty of humour and the depiction of en eraRecommendedMany thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC all opinions are mine

  3. says:

    It's cheesy and i love cheese

  4. says:

    This is the weakest of the trilogy set in the 60s but still good It includes humor hallucinations and an amazing eclectic cast Good n

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *