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The Final Frontier by H.M. Irwing is an out of this world story of familial reconciliation. A scientist, brilliant to the point of madness, has genetically engineered his progeny. Until now, he has kept his unique children separated on different planets, keeping them unaware of his existence and their symbiotic relationship. The time has come to collect his offspring and save Earth it from its inevitable end. Reunited, Ari and Sim merge their minds and join forces with a small band of interplanetary protectors. Together, they desperately search Earth to find their sisters before it is too late. Only by joining together can they protect Earth from an event marked to annihilate its existence. A black hole emerges, creating a vortex, a possible doorway to a parallel universe. This could be the orchestrated end and the beginning of time. “The universe was funny that way, always searching for balance.”
H.M. Irwing writes a congenial, yet educated story of science fiction in The Final Frontier. Mastering the art of imagination and scientific principles of astrophysics and genetics, Irwing draws the reader into The Final Frontier's cosmic reality. With a blend of real science and technology the author creates an ordered, yet volatile universe. Furthermore, by using figurative language, especially metaphors, idioms, and tongue and cheek phrases, The Final Frontier is an entertaining read. Being a person who does a lot of cerebral siphoning, Sim’s line of having “a lot of weird to process” made me smile. The Final Frontier is written in first person, but from different characters’ points of view. This technique assists the development of the characters and keeps the reader engaged in their growth. Mystical alien creatures, dark energy, violent battle scenes, artificial intelligence devices, and space travel create a plot full of suspenseful and thrilling sci-fi action. This novel is just the beginning of The Ovion Archives.