Sun. May 29th, 2022

Winner of eleven Eon’s Award, The Cosom: A Spacetime Odyssey Series is an incredible science lesson packed with over seventy-five hand-painted, stunningly illustrated, and totally stunning images. Created by acclaimed author J. Wes Watson, the first book in the Cosom series was so well received, it was later turned into a feature-length film of the same name. Now, the second book in The Cosom: A Spacetime Odyssey Series is ot, bringing even more amazing visuals. Here’s a Cosom: A Spacetime Odyssey Series Review to see what we’re in for!

Astronomer Neil deGrasse Tyson Review Universe’s Future

Astronomer Neil deGrasse Tyson launches you into the future of our universe by taking you deep into the reaches of the universe using his telescope. Bringing you amazing close-ups of heavenly bodies, unique places like the Great Wall of China, and more, he’ll show you the most fascinating places to go. Exploring space will take you to planets far out in our solar system, like those that feature water, clouds, and even animals (like sharks). You’ll also be introduced to other extraordinary planets, like those that don’t feature any solid surface at all.

Once you’re on board the Enterprise, you’ll soon discover that you’re traveling at the speed of light, as it should be, and around strange new worlds that haven’t been discovered

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yet. To make things worse, Scot’s (writers David Lake and marguerita Gallo) crewmates are all warped versions of themselves, and don’t remember their real names or who they are. This causes them all to react differently to situations, and Scot even suspects that this can make him seem suspicious. But before he can do anything about it, they’re taken to the planetoid Malachite, where they meet a race of people who have developed telepathic abilities. What follows is an exciting series of events, set against the backdrop of a very futuristic story that features some of the most amazing sets and costumes I’ve ever seen.

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