Spherical Tomi: A Novel of Despair

Reviews For Spherical Tomi: A Novel of Despair

Audio quality is sub-par, but the writing quality and narraration more than make up for it. Mangan has a way with words. Could do with a little more back-story, though. It feels as if you're jumping right into the middle of the book.


By Octopon
Just didn't really pull me in. I tried to get into it, but just couldn't
Jack Mangan's unique future vision - combat programers hacking enemy defenses, samurai warriors fighting between mighty warships in the vacuum of space, and people able to project their consciousness into remote robotic bodies (itai), combine to form a story that is both deeply character driven, and edge of your seat action packed. Tomi, an elite combat programmer is the lead character, on a path in search of redemption and revenge over the death of her love, the Samurai Nez. Through spectacular twists and turns, you will journey with her and be drawn in sympathy with her plight. Then ending is not one I saw coming, and that in itself is a refreshing change. You won't be dissapointed in this groundbreaking piece of podiobook fiction.