Book Review: Omnilogos by Michele Amitrani

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BW Synopsis

“I am a collector of hopes and peregrine truths, a shepherd of thoughts, ideas, projects BC Omnilogos by Michele Amitraniand dreams too important not to be realized. I’m an abstract concept that has no body, no smell, no boundaries, no shape and no color.
I am the Omnilogos.”

So it is forged, a Science Fiction saga that gave birth to a legend, a tale about the life of a man with one project that will change mankind’s future forever.

Ten stories about his life, his sorrow, and his quest to gather the resources and the people needed to claim our place among the stars.

This is Wei’s story.

This is the world of the Omnilogos.

BW My Review

Omnilogos is an extremely unique and extraordinarily intriguing story I’ve read this year.

This is a collection of stories of Wei Wang where on every part or chapter, another character was introduced, and from there, it will be told on how Wei will be part of that’s personal life. He is trying to do a project and to fund it, he needs a lot of connection and helps that he will get through the help of the people he will meet on the story. What those people don’t know is that Wei’s project will forever change the future of humankind.

This is an incredible novel. I was blown by the great concept and how good the story was. The author’s writing style is also good even though I’m having a hard time with it because I find it really different and hard to enjoy – for my part. Though the plot is really good and then you can relate to some of the characters. And Wei Wang for me is the counter-part of Einstein.

The characters mentioned here have a different side of the story, a story that will make you dislike some of them at first but afterward, you will keep on reading it because you want to know them more.

There was a time when the story was making me bored because I find the writing on that specific page so slow, but eventually, it’ll make me energized again because something was revealed there and it will fuel the intensity of the story again. In short, the author’s way of writing is to give background first on each person, followed by what’s their problem. From that point, Wei will make an entrance, and the story will flow from there.

Overall, this is an incredible and brilliant novel that explores the space. A story that will make you think if doing a space exploration is really worth it, or it’s just a waste of time and resources. This is really recommended for Science Fiction fans, and I’m telling you, you should read this at a slower pace because you don’t want to miss a single detail from each part/chapters and that you should really pay attention to everything.

BW My Rating

Rating 4

BW Book Details

Publication Date: October 2015

Series: Omnilogos, 01

Genres: Young Adult, Science Fiction

Language: English

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BW About the Author

Michele Amitrani is a young self-published author living in beautiful British Columbia. AP Michele AmitraniHe has grown up writing of falling empires, space battles, mortal betrayals, monumental decisions, and everything in between.

He now spends his days traveling through time and space and, more often than not, writing about impossible but necessary worlds.

Omnilogos is Michele’s debut novel and the prologue of an action-packed Sci-Fi saga drenched with what some has called the sense of awe typical of Asimov’s Foundation series.

His previous Sci-Fi short story, ‘When Gold was Black’, has been praised as ‘powerful’, ‘intense and inspiring’, ‘really well-written’, and ‘original’.

When Michele is not busy chasing dragons or mastering the Force, you can find him at MicheleAmitrani.com or hanging out on Facebook at /MicheleAmitraniAuthor.

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