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SyncPoint by J.A. Waters

What a weird ball of junk... 

Sidella Solston has decided to skip work for a couple of eons. She does it by way of a hundred crack-pot ideas and some experimenting with gadgetry to arrive at a place called SyncPoint. The weird little ball of junk will provide quite some entertainment, including giant bird-people and strange pockets of reality. Amusement won’t last for long however: Dark plots will threaten her life and the entirety of existence.

Note: SyncPoint contains some graphic sexual content, graphic violence, and harsh language.

A serialized novel, updating fortnightly

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Listed: Mar 28, 2015

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Queer Mad Scientist Living in a Mad World

By Billy Higgins Peery, author of A Bad Idea

Apr 3, 2015: Starring a lesbian mad scientist who’s tired of the academic life, Syncpoint makes for a compelling read. I’m usually not a fan of portal stories, but the author sets up both the real and fantastic worlds rather nicely. As well, the narrator has a nice voice.

My one qualm is that the vocabulary feels a little forced at times (at one point the word "metier" was used, in a way that felt unnecessary), but this didn’t bother me too much, since [more . . .]

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This story is going somewhere (literally)

By Alexander.Hollins, member

Mar 28, 2015: To start, the pace of the story so far is very frenzied. My pulse rose just reading the hectic events, but the pacing fits the story so far. It was a little confusing here and there and I had to reread for small details, not a bad thing, just making a note.

Now, I’m a sucker for out of this world stories, where people slip through the cracks and end up in alternate realities. The main character has done a dream [more . . .]

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