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.
- Doin' a heckin good sit. #doggo #dogsofinstagramI know it sounds like a shower through the phone, but in person it sounds like the world's longest pee, and I have to sit here and listen to it for 45 minutes.I do not breakfast like other people.Look at the size of that guy's organ!My Squirrely Dan costume for the costume party. @letterkennyproblemsFlying "safe". (Well, as safe as I can on a flying bus with 175 people in it, all crammed in like sardines.)