Book Review: Freefall by Jana Williams
Author: Jana Williams
Publisher: Jana Williams
“We are an impossibility in an impossible universe.”
I believe in the words of Rachel Carson who says that the more clearly we focus on the absoluteness and wonders of the universe, the less taste we will develop for destruction. There is no doubt in the fact that books are like stars-the ones that can lighten the darkness and lead us to an ever-expanding universe. So is the belief of the author- Jana Williams. She believes in stories, for she knows that imagination, unlike logic, will take us everywhere. Her new book ‘Freefall’ explores the predicament in a small deep-space ship that is light years away from Earth.
Freefall is a thrill-packed avant-garde that promises to elicit heightened feelings of surprise, anticipation, anxiety and suspense. Revolving around Elle, who travels light years ahead into deep space along with several other crew members to colonize another planet, this story elaborates on the troubles and restrictions in space research. The main conflict of the story is the drug that is a potential sleep inducer. But it has side-effects and no one is sure about it. The quest to unravel the aberration in the medication that has given some instances of furore, rage and anxiety forms the major part of the plot.
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