The Gods of Probabilities

The Gods of Probabilities The Gods require a time shifter to ensure the Path of Light reigns during the final collapse of possibilities To speed the process of finding an Oceanic with the specific talents needed God DNA is in

  • Title: The Gods of Probabilities
  • Author: Liza O'Connor
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Gods require a time shifter to ensure the Path of Light reigns during the final collapse of possibilities To speed the process of finding an Oceanic with the specific talents needed, God DNA is induced in several batches of Oceanic eggs, resulting in a generation of brilliant tiny blue Oceanic children One charming boy named Drogan has the ability to manipulate quantThe Gods require a time shifter to ensure the Path of Light reigns during the final collapse of possibilities To speed the process of finding an Oceanic with the specific talents needed, God DNA is induced in several batches of Oceanic eggs, resulting in a generation of brilliant tiny blue Oceanic children One charming boy named Drogan has the ability to manipulate quantum reality in ways that will strengthen the Path of Light Only trouble is that his gift runs a high probability of killing him and wiping out the path for good While the bureaucratic Gods will try to assist, in Quantum all possibilities not only can, but do happen, so the future is never certain.

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    1. I have read a few books by Liza O’Connor so far and loved those immensely (from her Adventures of Xavier & Vic Series and her Worst Week Ever Series). They were, above all, hilariously funny, filled with lots of social criticism and wit, and deeply emotional. All this holds true for “The Gods of Probabilities” too, although it contains less humour and is a different genre.There is a lot to enjoy and admire about this book. The way the author mixes science-fiction – including planets [...]

    2. What I liked: I wasn't sure what to expect with this book, having not read any of Liza's non-SF titles, other than knowing she had a reputation for being humorous. I wasn't disappointed. I had a smile on my face for much of the book due to her Douglas Adams-esque humor throughout, tempered by some intriguing science (quantum theory and multiple parallel universes), theories of evolution, and comic theology. While humans are mentioned very briefly, the story focuses on an ocean dwelling intellige [...]

    3. Liza approached me with an ARC for review. This was my first time reading one of her novels, though I've known of her work for a year or so. What did I like? Well. From the start, this book is intriguing. It starts off introducing us to a 'God of Probability', Zousan, and his crew (of Greek descent, but with a misnomer or two), who embark on the challenge of running a multiverse system and guiding its inhabitants along the Path of Light. The book focuses on a species called Oceanics who live in [...]

    4. Ms. O'Connor takes her amazing and quirky sense of humor where few have gone before! In The Gods of Probabilities, Zousan decides he can do something better than his father- Create a new world. With the help of his beautiful and creative daughter, a sentient computer and Pane, an ugly Godey set out to help a planet survive despite the people living there. I loved the new world of Oceania that was created as well as the intelligent children who saw things in a new way. The children were learning [...]

    5. A combination of science fiction, fantasy, and mythology, The Gods of Probabilities is a wonderful debut into science fiction for author Liza O'Connor. The characters, both the Gods and the Oceanics, are extremely well developed, Drogan being by far my favorite. The world building, or should I say worlds, is fabulous. A feat that is not easy.While this is not a romance, it does delve into relationships between the the Emperor and Empress of the Oceanics, the octopuses on the new world, and one o [...]

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