- entertaining, fresh, and some dead-on satire – The Future Fire review of The Multiverse is a Nice Place to Visit, But I Wouldn’t Want to Live There
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Over on Stranger Views, a website run by science fiction fans, a review has been posted of Ira Nayman’s “sidesplitting journey through the multi-universe” Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the Inconvenience), the first book in the Transdimensional Authority series. … Continue reading
On her blog AnnD Rites, writer Ann Dulhanty has reviewed Ira Nayman’s satirical novel Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the inconvenience), the first in the Transdimensional Authority series. As a fellow author of satirical speculative fiction, Ann appreciates Ira’s … Continue reading
*But You Can Mess With its Head The second book in Ira Nayman’s Transdimensional Authority series is published today in digital format. It’s just another day in the Transdimensional Authority, with teams of investigators doing what they do best (well, … Continue reading
Over on Goodreads, the author Paul Levinson has rated Ira Nayman’s satirical novel Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the inconvenience) with 5 stars. Paul knows what he’s talking about as he’s not only a best-selling science fiction writer, but … Continue reading
On his blog My Writer’s Cramp, Eric Swett has reviewed Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the inconvenience) by Ira Nayman. Eric points out the absurdity in the world today and invites his reader to “”. Fortunately, he says, Ira … Continue reading