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This is the fifteenth book in a series of near future Hard-SciFi Thrillers. Their heroine Ell Donsaii has a nerve mutation that makes her a genius as well as providing astonishing athletic abilities. Her genius has let her revolutionize our world with a number of inventions, including instantaneous communications and trans-dimensional portals that are delivering fuel, wate This is the fifteenth book in a series of near future Hard-SciFi Thrillers. Their heroine Ell Donsaii has a nerve mutation that makes her a genius as well as providing astonishing athletic abilities. Her genius has let her revolutionize our world with a number of inventions, including instantaneous communications and trans-dimensional portals that are delivering fuel, water, and food all around the world In “Terraform,” AJ—Ell’s soon to be brother-in-law—gently takes her to task for not being bold enough to undertake the terraforming of Mars. They begin the first steps to initiate that massive undertaking. Ell’s son Zage, a prodigy who’s now turning six, is continuing to follow his interests in biology and genetics by working in Dr. Reggie Barnes research lab. There he’s become interested in Alzheimer’s disease. Unfortunately, Zage’s friend Carley is having trouble with her newly found brother. Eli’s proving to be an abusive alcoholic like his father. Zage and Carley wonder if there might be a genetic basis for Eli’s problem, and if so, whether they might be able to do something about it. Meanwhile, a man named Jason Stackhouse has taken exception to the fact that Ell’s company ETR is mining an asteroid he claimed on a website years ago. He’s declared war on the company and travels to ETR, intending to teach them a lesson—by killing someone…


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This is the fifteenth book in a series of near future Hard-SciFi Thrillers. Their heroine Ell Donsaii has a nerve mutation that makes her a genius as well as providing astonishing athletic abilities. Her genius has let her revolutionize our world with a number of inventions, including instantaneous communications and trans-dimensional portals that are delivering fuel, wate This is the fifteenth book in a series of near future Hard-SciFi Thrillers. Their heroine Ell Donsaii has a nerve mutation that makes her a genius as well as providing astonishing athletic abilities. Her genius has let her revolutionize our world with a number of inventions, including instantaneous communications and trans-dimensional portals that are delivering fuel, water, and food all around the world In “Terraform,” AJ—Ell’s soon to be brother-in-law—gently takes her to task for not being bold enough to undertake the terraforming of Mars. They begin the first steps to initiate that massive undertaking. Ell’s son Zage, a prodigy who’s now turning six, is continuing to follow his interests in biology and genetics by working in Dr. Reggie Barnes research lab. There he’s become interested in Alzheimer’s disease. Unfortunately, Zage’s friend Carley is having trouble with her newly found brother. Eli’s proving to be an abusive alcoholic like his father. Zage and Carley wonder if there might be a genetic basis for Eli’s problem, and if so, whether they might be able to do something about it. Meanwhile, a man named Jason Stackhouse has taken exception to the fact that Ell’s company ETR is mining an asteroid he claimed on a website years ago. He’s declared war on the company and travels to ETR, intending to teach them a lesson—by killing someone…

30 review for Terraform

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jason Bryant

    Loved it I thoroughly enjoyed terraform, one of the best books yet. Enjoyd zages interactions with Carly, out outting of there identities to the public

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ronnie Scarbrough

    Another Hit!!!! I would tell you to buy and read this book immediately but it would wrong. If you have read ANY of the other books in this(or any other of Dr. Dahners series ) then you are likely already hooked and will read it regardless. You could read it as the first book by this author but then you would be cheating yourself out of the wonderful progression leading to this point. So, I will simply advise you to go immediately to Amazon and purchase the first book of this series. Once you read Another Hit!!!! I would tell you to buy and read this book immediately but it would wrong. If you have read ANY of the other books in this(or any other of Dr. Dahners series ) then you are likely already hooked and will read it regardless. You could read it as the first book by this author but then you would be cheating yourself out of the wonderful progression leading to this point. So, I will simply advise you to go immediately to Amazon and purchase the first book of this series. Once you read it and become as addicted as the rest of us, Enjoy binge reading this series and the just as wonderful other series by this author and welcome to the club. (Ps: sorry about what I just did to your book buying budget.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tony Hinde

    This seems like a placeholder, tiding us over until the next full novel is released. It's not short, but the major plot lines are barely advanced. Instead we get in-depth discussions about the technology, its problems and solutions. Laurence, I love your work, but please focus on the narrative and not the minutiae of the science. It's good that you research the science so thoroughly, but not everything has to be explicitly displayed to the reader. And a request for the future... In our modern worl This seems like a placeholder, tiding us over until the next full novel is released. It's not short, but the major plot lines are barely advanced. Instead we get in-depth discussions about the technology, its problems and solutions. Laurence, I love your work, but please focus on the narrative and not the minutiae of the science. It's good that you research the science so thoroughly, but not everything has to be explicitly displayed to the reader. And a request for the future... In our modern world, benevolent technology leaders are pursuing an open-source philosophy. By now, I'd expect Ell's companies to be more transparent about the specifications of their technology. They'd still control the manufacture, but then the whole world could apply its collective mind to discovering transformational uses for Ell's tech. (view spoiler)[The scene where an Othopod is discussing using ports to make a minor improvement in surgical outcomes, is an example. The boffo's sit there telling him about one new technology after another, that could revolutionise many surgeries, but the doctor hasn't heard of any of them. (hide spoiler)] That's just wasteful and a little arrogant. How many lives were lost because the medical community simply didn't know what was possible. Now multiply that by all the other industries and you'll see the opportunity cost to mankind.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Robert Thompson

    Another volume of one of my guilty pleasures. I feel that there was just too much highly speculative science going on and not enough plot. The lives of Ell and Zage are enormously interesting but throwing in too many sub-plots, especially ones that lead to anticlimactic ends, are tedious and unfulfilling. Stick to our main characters and maybe one additional character. It all will end up as fodder for the next volume. It also detracts from having an exceptional antagonist. I will still read the ne Another volume of one of my guilty pleasures. I feel that there was just too much highly speculative science going on and not enough plot. The lives of Ell and Zage are enormously interesting but throwing in too many sub-plots, especially ones that lead to anticlimactic ends, are tedious and unfulfilling. Stick to our main characters and maybe one additional character. It all will end up as fodder for the next volume. It also detracts from having an exceptional antagonist. I will still read the next volume but keep the science, don't follow so many characters and give us a nemesis. Not a bumbling idiot or in this case a lucky irresponsible reporter and two potential mass shooters. Someone that actually knows what they are doing.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Nutter

    Loved It As always, another interesting book about Ell and the family. Although some people may call the characters too perfect, I think of them as refreshing. You really don't encounter books as light and enjoyable as the Ell Donsaii series very often, so I have a tendency to re-read the series before each release. So far I haven't had any decrease in enjoyment in either the new books or previous ones. It is fun to see how the world and characters develop along with the science and technology be Loved It As always, another interesting book about Ell and the family. Although some people may call the characters too perfect, I think of them as refreshing. You really don't encounter books as light and enjoyable as the Ell Donsaii series very often, so I have a tendency to re-read the series before each release. So far I haven't had any decrease in enjoyment in either the new books or previous ones. It is fun to see how the world and characters develop along with the science and technology being invented around them. I would definitely recommend the series for someone who doesn't want a book that is too heavy, but a nice and fun read.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Elb4966

    I would give it a 2.5 rating The dialogue and the portion of the story that was in the book was good. It kept my attention to the end. The problem was there was not a complete storyline for this book. It is titled terraform, but there is not a complete story about terraforming only the beginning where they talk about what is needed to do it. There are other storylines (I will not say to prevent spoilers) that start but do not go to the end of the story (especially fustrating b/c there is one stor I would give it a 2.5 rating The dialogue and the portion of the story that was in the book was good. It kept my attention to the end. The problem was there was not a complete storyline for this book. It is titled terraform, but there is not a complete story about terraforming only the beginning where they talk about what is needed to do it. There are other storylines (I will not say to prevent spoilers) that start but do not go to the end of the story (especially fustrating b/c there is one storyline that if a little more effort was put into it, it would be complete). If this book would have had a complete plot, I would have rated it much higher.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Richard H. Whitten

    Another outstanding Donsaii story This is another exciting Donsaii story. I love these books for the science and "what if" plotlines. Dahners is not going to win any literary awards, but in his stories you get interesting characters, plausible extensions of scientific discoveries, and good plots. This may not be Steinbeck or Hemingway, but Dahner's books would be in decent company if placed next to authors like Louis L'Amour. Good for those folks who enjoy science & science fiction, and don't Another outstanding Donsaii story This is another exciting Donsaii story. I love these books for the science and "what if" plotlines. Dahners is not going to win any literary awards, but in his stories you get interesting characters, plausible extensions of scientific discoveries, and good plots. This may not be Steinbeck or Hemingway, but Dahner's books would be in decent company if placed next to authors like Louis L'Amour. Good for those folks who enjoy science & science fiction, and don't need or want overly complex, highly literary novels. I buy everything he writes.

  8. 4 out of 5

    T.R.Trott

    Once again , Dahners has created a very readable book Lawrence Dahners is fast becoming my favorite author. I always enjoy his efforts , they are very thought provoking and entertaining, you feel good after reading the book , he spins a great yarn that makes you think . This effort is true to form. I eagerly await his next. The man's imagination is remarkable, and the medical knowledge is a real plus . Thanks Laury you have done it again!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Dan

    Another excellent tale. I always end up learning something from a Dahner's book. I can't wait until we are actually editing our own genes and correcting the host of genetic defects that we can suffer from. Here's to hoping that this week's announcement regarding the twin girls and HIV was not a hoax. Can't wait for the next Dahner's book.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    Great as always I'm always excited to see another book by Laurence Dahners but I have a special place in my heart for the Ell series. I've come to love her son as well. The scientific concepts that are brought into every story always amaze me. I love the medical aspects that are being introduced as well.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Vikarti

    Another good one. Only question I still have is why 22 km/s limit applies (and does so in rather strange way) to items transferred via port. All previous materials told it's port's relative speed to themselves matter.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Wanda binz

    Wonderful This is a very interesting story/series that keeps sending out runners on new characters-and books possibilities to see where they get into. The science in the stories is fascinating and I’m hoping one day that it will come through.

  13. 4 out of 5

    michael hooper

    Loved it Fast paced page turner with interesting characters that you can instantly root for. Definitely start the series from the beginning. The science is interesting and written in away that is easy to understand. Even by an idiot like me. Highly recommend this series

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ed Gomaz

    A lot of hard science As a fan of this character I enjoyed the story line and progression of the main characters. Still my favorite characters ELL, Zage and Carley. Needs more Allen. Looking forward to see what direction the next book will take.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Patrick A Terpening

    I love the science I feel I get wonderful science in Dr Dahners books. This is another great story that includes a large number of people we've seen in the other books. Great read.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Olusunmade Ejiwunmi

    Amazing Once again i couldn't put it down. Ell is brilliant but Zage is truly outstanding. Dahners has done it again.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne

    Great story Couldn't stop reading. Please continue with more books in this series. I don't know how you find the time to write, but I sure appreciate the your efforts.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mike Goodman

    Great STory This was a very entertaining fast paced action pack enjoyable story. The science in the fiction of what if we could taraform mars was interesting.

  19. 5 out of 5

    John

    Stunning. One of Dahner's best. The different threads weaved beautifully together.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kerrie P

    Amazing I adore Gage and his scientist friends. I don't want to seem ungrateful, but when can I read the next one. I need to see what Gage does next!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Harrison

    Ended to soon Love it, great series. Been to many duds lately., but knew this author wouldn't disappoint and he didn't. Can't wait for more

  22. 4 out of 5

    Birchoff

  23. 4 out of 5

    Myles

  24. 4 out of 5

    mark Bullick

  25. 5 out of 5

    Donald Thompson

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jack Hudler

  27. 4 out of 5

    John Miller

  28. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Nicolls

  29. 4 out of 5

    robert luedeman

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

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