I received an e-copy of Through the Whole of Space-Time, A Keiff Carmadden Tragicomedy: Book One—Mysteries, Secrets, and Lies by Dean Rosenthal, for review. Whew! That's a lot of title!
This book is a space-based sci-fi story told from the main characters pov. Minor note: the story seems to be related in present time, but Keiff makes comments that are more appropriate for a retelling. Comments along the line of "Little did I know" (not an actual quote, but that type).
A lot of "hard science" techie talk about quantum physics and the like, but surprisingly, though I don't understand much on that topic, I didn't feel intimidated by that part of the story. Author Rosenthal does a great job of blending humor and sexual tension with the science. The Blephyron Syndrome is something I have never heard discussed in any other outer-space sci-fi story I've ever read, but it's very important. If you plan on travelling in space you need to understand it.
Sex, drugs, aliens (who, in outer-space, is actually the alien?) cultural diversity, academic jealousy and politics, physics and fun. It's all here. I found it a fun read.
Through the Whole of Space-Time, A Keiff Carmadden Tragicomedy (yay for cut and paste) is the first of the series and does sound like fun to follow. Enjoy!