“always humorous and on point” – review by Mia Darien of You Can’t Kill the Multiverse*

You Can't Kill the Multiverse* cover image

artwork: Hannah B Farrell

On her blog Boom Baby Reviews, author Mia Darien has reviewed Ira Nayman’s latest Transdimensional Authority novel, the hilarious You Can’t Kill the Multiverse (But You Can Mess With its Head). Following on from the first in the series, Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the inconvenience), which Mia previously reviewed, this latest hilarious novel follows a number of Transdimensional Authority investigators (including Noomi and ‘Crash’, stars of the first novel) who are all pursuing separate cases which soon start to point to a common cause.

Mia particularly likes the pop culture references that are liberally sprinkled throughout the book “funny when you don’t get them and really funny when you do” as well as the way Ira uses exposition ‘through the fourth wall’ which is “always humorous and on point”. She says of Ira that he’s “one of the few authors I’ve read who can write something like this and do it well”.

Mia’s review finishes up with … (Actually, you should read it yourself here rather than have me steal her thunder!)

 

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