Star Trek: Challenger: Gateways #2: Chainmail - Diane Carey Reviews
Description:ISBN 0743418603 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Diane Carey / Unbound / 368 Pages / Book is published 2001-08 by Pocket Books
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by - written on 30/09/08 (Very useful, 90 readings)
If there is one area in which science fiction has an advantage over any other genre it is that it is free to do what it wants. Science Fiction can range from being almost normal; e.g. a story in which the only difference is that the detective can read minds, to the extreme reaches of the imagination. If you choose to set your books on another planet there is nothing to stop you having different species, buildings, physics, religions etc. You are basically free to do whatever you choose to. However, taking things to the extreme must be used cautiously, it is important to remember that the reader needs something to relate to be it a character or location. Too many sci Read the complete review
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