On the whole, Apollo’s Outcasts is a good book, a fast read, and a story that is accessible not only to the YA audience but to an adult one as well. Allen Steele has been writing for a long time, and he knows the craft of this sort of story. It’s a strong sci-fi adventure novel with a lot of good science that doesn’t get bogged down in the detailed explanations — and, honestly, even the infodumps are interesting because, unlike fantasy novels that focus on magic, most of the stuff in Apollo’s Outcasts is not only plausible but also within our reach.
- From the Infinity Mirrors exhibition by @yayoikusama_. I didn't show any actual mirrors because that's the part you have to see in person. I particularly liked room 3. #infinitymirrors #infinitekusamaLemon baked cod.I pet this #dog this week. His name is Dominic. I didn't get good photos of his brother Malcolm but I petted him too. 12/10 would pet again.That is a terrifyingly large @reeses cup...This mouse is going nowhere fast. #mouse @petcoI made a new friend while I was brushing my teeth this morning. #ladybug