The premise of this book is really intriguing. The Earth’s rotation slows down and humans have to cope with the effects of lengthening days and nights, altered gravity, and a deteriorating magnetic field. Unfortunately, the execution of the premise is lacking. The book itself is simultaneously slow-paced and sparse. Descriptions fall flat and the plot moves at a snail’s pace. It feels like this book was written very quickly and not revised at all. I wouldn’t pass this on to a friend.
Review: The Age of Miracles
Posted by Laura on July 11, 2013