Immense Space

by Luca De Rosa

Original ONGOING Action Adventure Mystery Sci-fi Cyberpunk Female Lead Male Lead Multiple Lead Characters Non-Human lead Ruling Class Slice of Life Space Opera Strategy Strong Lead Virtual Reality War and Military

The Technocracy was the biggest, most stable, and most technologically advanced empire in the multiverse. But it too was created from nothing, and by no more than a single man.

Many were the players that participated in the game, some in name of progress, others in the name of fame, and others just because The Machine asked them to.

This is the story of the universe, and how it was shaped by the sudden advent of one single empire from Earth.

And of course, this is the story about the players that came to be in it.

First chapters may be rough, it gets definitely better.

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Join a futuristic saga of AI, holograms, drones, spaceships and many more. If you're a techie like me, you'll be pleasantly surprised to find the author has done a great deal of research into crafting his Sci-Fi universe, and everything seems well planned out, without any plot/tech holes.

The style is crisp, and makes for an easy, light read.  The POVs alternate often, something I found to help naturally build the characters and the world. The grammar is solid, I couldn't find any obvious mistakes.

All and all, Immense Space promises a well-engineered futuristic world; I find it to be a delectable take on the Sci-Fi genre. 5/5 stars