“Fantastic sci-fi humour” – review of Welcome to the Multiverse… on Risingshadow

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On Risingshadow.net, Seregil of Rhiminee reviews Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the inconvenience) by Ira Nayman, which he describes as “one of the funniest sci-fi books I’ve ever read”.  He enjoyed the fact that the book is full of  “clever inventions” citing especially the sentient furniture, and says “it’s been a long time since I’ve read anything as good and inventive as this”.  He also says that the “newsflashes from Alternate Reality News Service are simply hilarious”.  He’s sure all fans of science fiction books, films and franchises will enjoy reading this as it has an “amazing amount of references to popular culture”.  After the inevitable comparison with Douglas Adams, Seregil says “in my opinion Ira Nayman has a slightly more sarcastic sense of humour” which is closer to Stephen Fry’s. He concludes by recommending it to readers, saying Ira’s book is “pure entertainment from start to finish”.

You can read Seregil’s full review here.

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