Lightspeed: The Quest
Lightspeed: The Quest. by E. Douglas Ward, Lonie Blackman Ward
Unfortunately, I cannot recommend this book to anyone, nor do I want anyone else to read it at all.
While the writing style is very unpolished, with completely unnecessary long dialogs and explanations, that would be tolerable. Even though such unnecessary text resulted in the 500 page (large font) hardcover size.
The critical fault of this book lies in the attempt to bend science to explain and rationalize the author's idea. That will have anyone even slightly familiar with laws of physics frown. The attempt was completely unnecessary, badly executed, and critically flawed from the start.
A rocket scientist develops new science and an engine which is claimed to be able to accelerate a rocket all the way to light speed, while at the same time business competition uses all methods including murder to stop him.
Avoid, do not read. Unpolished writing style and twisting of science concepts.
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