The Infinity Link

The Infinity Link In the year a young woman named Mozelle Moi learns that her work as a test subject in a top secret tachyon transmission project will soon be terminated The purpose of the project has never been

  • Title: The Infinity Link
  • Author: Jeffrey A. Carver
  • ISBN: 9780812533279
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • In the year 2034, a young woman named Mozelle Moi learns that her work as a test subject in a top secret tachyon transmission project will soon be terminated The purpose of the project has never been revealed to her she only knows she is in love with David Kadin, a man she has met only through the tachyon cyberlink Desperate not to lose her chance at love, she conspiresIn the year 2034, a young woman named Mozelle Moi learns that her work as a test subject in a top secret tachyon transmission project will soon be terminated The purpose of the project has never been revealed to her she only knows she is in love with David Kadin, a man she has met only through the tachyon cyberlink Desperate not to lose her chance at love, she conspires with a programmer friend to join her with Kadin through the tachyon transmitter She succeeds but the truth that awaits her at the end of the tachyon beam is one that will shatter not only her own ambitions of love, but the plans of a secret government program to establish contact with visitors from the stars Trapped by her love for Kadin, and caught in a telepathic link with the ancient Talenki voyagers, Mozy s personal odyssey becomes irrevocably entwined with the fate of all of Humanity Combining visionary scientific speculation with passionate human characters, The Infinity Link is an epic work of transcendent science fiction and an exploration into the very nature of humanity.

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    1. I read this book while stationed in Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War. It provided a wonderful escape from the day to day uncertainty and drudgery of a long and scary deployment. I thoroughly enjoyed the development of the characters, the intrigue and the story's conclusion. I only wish there had been another story with Mozelle. I loved that character.


    2. For a book written in the 1980s I must say that it had an imaginative view of the future in terms of technology--having (landline) phones in which one can view who s/he is talking to, manned spacecrafts that can travel as far as Pluto, and computer links that can bring our minds to places other than here and now--among others. It has shifting voices and view points, and it is particularly obvious when we get to chapters featuring Hoshi Aaronson's thoughts. The writing style has the kind of autho [...]


    3. This is a well-constructed story that has an interesting take on first contact with aliens. But this book has two major flaws. At the beginning of the story, the author withholds a good deal of information. I can only assume this was done to lure the reader forward, to create a mystery powerful enough to make the reader want to find out what happens next. Unfortunately, too much information was withheld, creating a sense of having little idea of what was going on and generating thoughts of putti [...]


    4. I read this book in 1984 when it came out. I remember loving it, remember the romance between Mozy and Kadin, remembered being lost in the computer somewhere along the way I totally lost the aliens, and Mozy's experiences within their hive mind. I did thoroughly enjoy this book for a second time twenty some odd years later I found myself amused by characters in the 2020's digging around for high speed film for their cameras digital not even being thought about when this book was written. All in [...]


    5. I am a huge Jeffrey A. Carver fan. In fact, I've gone on record as saying he could do no wrong. Apparently, he heard about this, and wanted to make me a liar. This book just gives me nothing. I cannot care about any of the characters, hell I can't even NAME more than three or four. I've been trying to slog my way through this book for months now, and I'm only halfway through. This is so very much NOT how I roll. A book this size, should take a week, tops. But it's just so BORING. It is with a he [...]


    6. Unusual take on Alien first contact. An older work by this author, and you can see some themes in this story that have parallels in his later novels. If you are looking for a fast moving space opera, this is not it. It is a complex study of how mankind might respond to First Contact: with fear and hope in equal measure. It hypothesizes the different forms life may take, and Earth life's place in the larger universe.


    7. I hated to see it end!An emotionally honest story with neither the good or the possibly destructive parts of human nature ignored in the story of first contact with aliens. I love the pacing of this novel. At first leaving an interesting character behind to meet a new one was jarring but it soon became welcome input weaving and advancing the plot line and no one's story was left unfinished. I slowed my own pace to savor it just a little longer.


    8. This book has too much going on. Too many characters, too many storylines, and too many pages. It just became a fuzzy blur to me. The writing is okay - but so much that seems superfluous. I feel like there are several good books jammed into this - any one of which I might have enjoyed, but cram them all together and it is just a jumble.


    9. Assign excellent and mind capturing read!As others have said before, it's a book you can't put down. While I read the story I was incredibly curious to know what happens next. The concepts are mind boggling.


    10. I have only a dim recollection of the story-line of this science fiction love story involving time travel, but recall the cover vividly. Ah, the wasted hours


    11. In the beginning, I was curious.However, I lost it after one third of the book.I did not read the book completely.


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