The New York Times Reviews THE CALCULATING STARS

 Times are tough all around. So why not imagine a world where a giant asteroid landed on the Eastern United States in the 1950s, prompting an earlier space race to get to the moon and Mars much faster than we’ve managed in our timeline?

—Michael Roston, senior staff editor, Science

There’s always something that feels special about being featured in a publication that’s not explicitly about speculative fiction. Sure, the NY Times has a dedicated books section, which is where the review is found. But the NY Times itself is not a newspaper that revolves around books – so getting to see my name in it makes me smile just a little extra.

Michael Roston writes a short and sweet review, covering the key plot points and themes found within the pages of THE CALCULATING STARS.

Read Michael Roston’s full review at The New York Times.

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