The Space Swimmers

by Gordon R. Dickson
Series: Sea People 2
Reviewed date: 2020 Nov 21
Rating: 2
247 pages
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The first two chapters briefly summarize the previous book and introduce the characters of Johnny Joya and his son Tomi. Beyond that, it's a lot of psionic/magic psychological hooie. Johnny closes his eyes and sees something--an analog--that gives him mystical insight into how to help the sea-born defeat the Landers.

It gets a little better after that, but not much. I can see this book hitting a home run with some readers, but it struck out for me.

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