Print Length: 112 pages
Publication Date: December 27, 2018
Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
from the author:
If you were to find yourself at the edge of a dying world with a lingering sense of reality, would you simply fade into the nothingness or would you fight for everything you hold dear? This assertive question is at the heart of the thought-provoking book Ubiety, for this book was designed to help people emerge into reality and find the truth whilst questioning both what could and should be.
Join Adam’s journey through the gruelling world of the unforgiving future, diving into the many mysteries which will uncover bittersweet secrets to see if he can save the fate of his daughter along with that of the world, using nothing but his boldness of character, the brilliance of one’s mind and a hint of madness. However, be aware, this journey will not be easy but remember that some of the greatest fortunes lie on the darkest paths.
I worked my way through half of this book. And I honestly couldn’t tell you anything about what I read.
The novel has a strange timeline to it, first starting at “three days ago” then progressing to “two weeks earlier” then again to “six weeks earlier”. I have no idea when or where anything takes place here.
I also found myself struggling through the sheer amount of run-on sentences. In a paragraph that takes up half a page, there seems to be only one or two sentences.
This novel attempts to transcend the normality, bringing the reader into the concept of dreams and what they mean to us. What I got out of the 51% that I did read (based on kindle unlimited’s progress bar) was the abnormality of the authors mind while writing. The novel reads almost like a dream, a progression of different scenarios without discernible connection.
I tried very hard to enjoy this book; I even started it quite a few times in the past months. Unfortunately, I will have to give up the ghost and mark this as a DNF: did not finish.
Author Bio from mysteryreads.com:
My name is Grzegorz and I am currently a student in the United Kingdom, I really enjoy travelling, photography and of course writing. Despite my study of very technical subjects I still hold and the value the arts very closely. Music is something else I am very fond of, there are great pieces across pretty much all genres, but my favourite would have to be indie rock. As for reading, most of the things I am given to read is extremely technical and the large amount of people would consider it boring, I don’t blame them! So, in my own time historical books are great but occasionally I stumble upon a golden piece of fiction too, to read.