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Consider living in a world dominated by unprecedented technological progress and human evolution. It is impossible to forget anything of importance since memory imprinters preserve all that information. Telepathy is not only popular, but it is also predominant. It is not only an idea but also possible to travel between planets in the blink of an eye. Now they are in the process of speeding up the birth of stars, so that travel will be quicker than before. But how?

It’s hard for me to find any fault with this short but excellent piece. It would be a terrible shame if you missed this one if you’re a fan of science fiction like me. I plan to read Visitor, the longer sequel.

Book Details

  • Title: Birth of a Star
  • Author: Wayne Meyers
  • Genre: Science Fiction
  • Publication Date: 1 July 2017
  • ISBN or ASIN: B072WG47CX


  • Content: 5 stars
  • Writing Style: 5 stars
  • Appeal to Target Audience: 5 stars
  • Uniqueness: 5 stars
  • Editing: 5 stars
  • Other factors: 5 stars
  • Overall: 5 out of 5 stars

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One thought on “A Micro Review: “Birth of a Star” by Wayne Meyer”
  1. I don’t know if I’d like not being able to forget. Some things are best forgotten, and it’s a way our psyche has of protecting itself. It’s a fascinating mini review. Thank you!

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