Teleport This

Teleport This

Christopher M. Daniels / Apr 06, 2020
Teleport This In Teleport This Simon and Gilbert two terrestrial physicists leave Earth and stumble into and across a larger universe trying desperately to find their way back to Earth in one piece while possib
  • Title: Teleport This
  • Author: Christopher M. Daniels
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In Teleport This, Simon and Gilbert, two terrestrial physicists, leave Earth and stumble into and across a larger universe, trying desperately to find their way back to Earth in one piece while possibly purchasing a working lightsaber or two along the way As they travel about, the boys meet up with girls both human and electrical, AI is explained, dog people are examined,In Teleport This, Simon and Gilbert, two terrestrial physicists, leave Earth and stumble into and across a larger universe, trying desperately to find their way back to Earth in one piece while possibly purchasing a working lightsaber or two along the way As they travel about, the boys meet up with girls both human and electrical, AI is explained, dog people are examined, battles ensue, aliens interact with reality TV, situations get juicy, brains get probed and, of course, a liberal amount of alcohol is consumed throughout All this for your reading pleasure So let s go and don t forget the tequila and chips Teleport This is the first book in the Small Universe series Simon and Gilbert s adventures continue in Soul to Soul and Geppetto s Daughter All three books are available in a single volume titled The Teleport This Trilogy at the super low price of 4.99 US.
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    About "Christopher M. Daniels"

      • Christopher M. Daniels

        Christopher Daniels is a part time writer of humorous science fiction, which means that, as often as he can, he makes up funny, imaginary stories that he hopes provides people with a laugh or two to help get them through their day His alter ego is a full time product manager in the semiconductor industry where he makes up funny, imaginary stories that become sales forecasts and expense reports.Chris has worked as both a hardware and software engineer, mostly focusing on the best ways to excite electrons, until management recognized his ability to coherently communicate technical information to customers while meeting and sometimes exceeding the five drink minimum, after which he was recruited by the Marketing department.Chris can be reached at chris.daniels1256 gmail


    917 Comments

    1. Reasonably entertaining and a few clever moments, but suffered a bit from grammar issues in particular mixed tenses and missing commas and an odd formatting issue at least on the Kindle that had all the text indented on the left, wasting maybe 15% of the screen.It s no threat toThe Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy , but it s a light, quick read for when you want some fairly mindless entertainment.


    2. This is a light funny read Simon and Gilbert are two geeky physicists who use a secret teleportation portal to commune with aliens All aliens are humanoid and the universe is teeming with them Earthlings are about to join the party Of course, they get mixed up with nefarious characters and a bit of family drama POV constantly changes and we don t follow one or two characters but many, which was confusing at times It may have been better to stick with the two physicists and view things from their [...]



    3. A fun swipe at the genreSci fi can get ponderous This is fun The author didn t get buried in extraneous technology details and focused on the story which became and twisted as it went It s a fun romp through space.


    4. A good yarn A good yarn well written An easy and entertaining read is there a sequal I hope so as I want to find out how they get on.


    5. assures me this is a full length novel but since I read it in one sitting, I m having trouble accepting their word for it That aside, it did move very quickly and it s a lot of fun, especially if you can keep track of where everybody is and what they re doing There s no real depth to the characters but hey, it s a comedy, they don t have to be deep to be funny.The book could use another proofreading pass, but if you can get past the spelling, grammar, etc then it s worth some time Normally I d k [...]


    6. I really enjoyed this the start was full of surprises and promised an interesting and different twist on the first contact principle It tended to drift away from the science fiction aspect into an adventure as the story progressed, but the story line was still maintained Well written and excellent dialogue throughout, with just the right amount of tongue in cheek humour.


    7. It s light, but not laugh out loud funny Almost got two stars just because occasionally he moves from light humor to vulgar humor.The story is also light, but holds together I would not recommend it as there are plenty of others that fulfill humor and plot better But it wasn t a waste of time either.


    8. A fun romp through the galaxy with wild space chase , geek gets girl , and other cliche themes going on The writing style was humorous and the dialogue cheeky and quite cheesy The premise of trillions of humans existing in the universe, many much advanced than Earthlings was interesting, and the author has a knack for making quirky, great analogies.


    9. This book is freaking fun A little corny and cheeseball, but you know what I like corny and cheeseball That s what makes it so fun, and funny Teleport This is not likely to win any literary awards or anything But it doesn t need to It s a quick and entertaining read, and I enjoyed the heck out of it.


    10. Cotton candy However, I read the whole thing, so that has to be worth two stars Had the author demonstrated a bit flair for showing, as opposed to his penchant for telling, I would readily have given it another star It won t challenge you, but it just might entertain you.


    11. Wanted to be Hitchikers Guide crossed with El Leonard, didn t quite get there Entertaining enough and has a turbcharged plot that pulls you along nicely.


    12. This was of a screen play than a book No real descriptions of anything, just people talking And at times a bit confusing at one point I thought the characters were in one place, but a page later they were somewhere else entirely.


    13. A fun, well written, fast moving story linking earth based science geeks love them , space criminals and shady characters, with surprising twists, pop culture refs and a storyline and characters that you enjoy traveling teleporting with.


    14. What a glorious sci fi pop culture romp Other reviewers weren t wrong when they said it was written in a brisk, breezy, conversational style I would have given it 5 stars if I cared enough about the characters to read the rest of the trilogy.


    15. Teleport This was a free e book on recently The title grabbed my attentions, so I read it right away The story was a light romp with a bit of an intergalactic caper for a backdrop There was some humor, but it was mostly situational Sometimes the twists and turns were a little ridiculous.


    16. A good, fun, entertaining read Doesn t take itself too seriously, but never gets completely silly, either Reminiscent of the Hitchhiker s Guide series.



    17. I got this book as a free download, and I must say I was impressed.The storyline is strange and quirky and appeals to my inner geek



    18. It was a fun romp across the universe and the last couple of chapters really describe the book quite well Now on to find the next book Soul to Soul


    19. A fun romp through a Douglas Adams style universe Good for an afternoon of light reading.Mr Daniels is a talented author finding his way.




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