The Space Between

The Space Between Tribes of the Hakahei Book Kim almost runs over Robin Hood in her car Sir Doug hits on her She s stalked by an elf and a dwarf Things couldn t get much worse Well that s what she thought until the a

  • Title: The Space Between
  • Author: Scott J. Robinson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 202
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  • Tribes of the Hakahei Book 1Kim almost runs over Robin Hood in her car Sir Doug hits on her She s stalked by an elf and a dwarf Things couldn t get much worse.Well, that s what she thought until the aliens attacked.And that s just the start of the problems When various governments start annoying her in all sorts of different ways she decides that it s up to her to enTribes of the Hakahei Book 1Kim almost runs over Robin Hood in her car Sir Doug hits on her She s stalked by an elf and a dwarf Things couldn t get much worse.Well, that s what she thought until the aliens attacked.And that s just the start of the problems When various governments start annoying her in all sorts of different ways she decides that it s up to her to end the war But when she doesn t know what the enemy want, or why they want it, all she can do is do what she thinks is best, even if others don t agree A bad attitude, a stubborn streak and a wonder bra are her only weapons and, for once, they may not be enough.The Space Between is the first volume in a 4 book series It draws on myths and legends of ancient Earth, weaving a tale that moves from Sherwood Forest to distant worlds and outer space It involves, amongst other things, magical gateways, Area 51, Sherwood Forest, sentient spacecraft, a 50 thousand year old intergalactic war, Machu Picchu and strong coffee.

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    1. I read The Space Between without any preconceptions about it. As such I was pleasantly surprised to find a mash up of Fantasy and Sci-fi that forms a unique multiverse story.The characters are well written and the world building is in depth and detailed, without getting bogged down in information dumping. Having read this, the first of four books, I am eager to move to the next book and continue to explore the worlds within, following the characters on their journey.Chris K

    2. The Space Between is a self published title by Queensland author Scott J. Robinson. It’s Scott’s first novel, though he has been writing for some time. The cover quote from Jack Dann holds true there is some serious talent displayed in The Space Between, some very smooth writing. It’s an ambitious type of story for a first timer, here’s the synopsis to give you an idea:Synopsis:The story is set in the multiverse of Ananake and draws on myths and legends of ancient Earth, weaving a tale t [...]

    3. This first volume of a trilogy is most certainly a 'very ambitious' book, as they all say. I do agree, but I feel The Space Between is way too ambitious. Though Scott J Robinson shows a lot of promise, he tries to throw everything into his first(?) novel, and I mean EVERYthing: Sherwood Forest, Area 51, military SF, magic, linguistics, humour, lost civilizations to name just some and then half a dozen different fantasy 'races' on top.Reading it I was reminded of a talk I had with Jack L. Chalker [...]

    4. This rousing and entertaining adventure begins at a renaissance fair and it ends in space. (Although as the first of a series, the ending remains inconclusive.) Ancient spaceships, snobby elves, a confused dwarf, weird aliens, and portals to strange and distant worlds are all rolled into a coherent story that's just a bit more sci-fi than fantasy. It's lighthearted and not overly 'serious' sci-fi. After all, in addition to elves, it makes a brief nod to Area 51 and Roswell. But it's different. I [...]

    5. I loved this book. Fantasy worlds and contemporary science are blended in a way that just works amazingly well. This isn't set in a world combining both, it is a story of the two different types of worlds meeting. People, of various types, travel through gateways between their own worlds and others that are very different. Throw in a some hints of science well beyond our own and you have a brilliant mix.All that wouldn't work without believable characters though, and this book doesn't disapoint. [...]

    6. I found this work a truly brilliant combination of SciFi and fantasy. It's imaginative, funny, action packed, contains levels of complexity that are rare in the genre, and is much more believable than the fantasy I've been reading lately. The author weaves words together beautifully, and the worlds he creates are fascinating. There is a poetry in the way he strings words together and in the way he describes cultures through the eyes of his characters.The biggest weakness, in my opinion, is that [...]

    7. Katharine is a judge for the Sara Douglass 'Book Series' Award. This entry is the personal opinion of Katharine herself, and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of any judging panel, the judging coordinator or the Aurealis Awards management team. To be safe, I won't be recording my thoughts (if I choose to) here until after the AA are over.

    8. Took a while to get into this on, but once it started to come together I did enjoy it. It's a bit of an odd mixture of fantasy and sci-fi with elves, dwarves and aliens coming together. The ending was a bit abrupt after a sudden, final twist, I know it is leading on to the sequel, but I was a bit cheesed off!

    9. An interesting story that has a decent flow to it. I have to agree with Sean, in that the scope of the story is quite ambitious, but I feel managed well. I enjoyed the intermix of fantasy, and sci-fi with characters that came to life as the pages flew by. Scott could be onto something with this series, time will tell.

    10. A surprising mixture of old mythology, new conspiracy theories, fantasy and sci-fi. The characters are interesting and I'm looking forward to seeing where this series goes.

    11. I liked the different races, the role between men and women in each and the strength/weaknesses. So much more, but don't want to give anything away.

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