Over on Stranger Views, a website run by science fiction fans, a review has been posted of Ira Nayman’s “sidesplitting journey through the multi-universe” Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the Inconvenience), the first book in the Transdimensional Authority series.
The review describes the book as “hilarious” and says that Ira’s “rare talent for writing humour” should be applauded. Continuing that the “dialogue is witty, the situations funny and the narration hysterical” it says that Ira “packs humour into every paragraph, making it slightly dizzying at times” while having an “unpredictability necessary to keep comic work such as this fresh”. As part of the humour “comes from lampooning science fiction tropes” the reviewer suggests that it will appeal to anyone who has read a lot of sci-fi.
The review finishes with a suggestion that fans of Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett will enjoy Ira’s writing as he “has a similar sense of mischief and mayhem as these two writers”.
You can read the full review here.