Book Review of CASIMIR BRIDGE by Darren Beyer – “An excellent read…”




Casimir Bridge, by Darren Beyer, is an excellent read and presents a wonderful setting for one or more sequels. Without engaging spoilers, the story takes us to new worlds colonized by humans, and of course, worlds which are being capitalized on by private enterprises who are leveraging resources and new realms. It is quite realistic in its presentation of technology and space-engineering, and certainly within the realm of attainment as technology advances in our contemporary age. The pace starts slow, but it soon ramps up and has one glued to the end. There are a lot of twists and turns in this story, and it is difficult, until the last pages, to really see who the good and bad guys are. If you like deep-space intrigue, some space-opera, high-tech, political and corporate power-plays, romance and a good dose of heroism thrown in, this story has it all. I won’t spoil it for you by trying to explain it, because in all-honesty, you simply have to read the book to follow the weave.