• Radiation Hazard: Publisher's Pack

  • Books 3-4
  • By: Laurence Dahners
  • Narrated by: Andre Blake
  • Length: 16 hrs and 39 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (119 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Contains books three and four of The Stasis Stories.

Radiation Hazard, book three

Kaem and company are commercially developing “stade”, a piece of space-time that’s in stasis. Its phenomenal properties allow it to reflect all radiation, so when a nearby nuclear reactor undergoes a meltdown, the first thought is that stade might be used to limit the radioactivity from the accident. It soon becomes obvious that it's the perfect material for dealing with radioactive waste, and interest piques to use it to remediate a toxic chemical dump.

Meanwhile, it's still being used to build rocket engines...and plans are in the mix for a space elevator!

Halting the Reaper, book four

Kaem has been treated with gene therapy for the anemias that have made him so weak. In combination with his extraordinary memory, his newfound physical fitness is letting him perform at a high level in a karate class.

Meanwhile, the company that he, Arya Vaii, and Gunnar Schmidt founded to commercially develop his time-stopping discovery is starting to make money. Currently, their profits come from the use of the phenomenal physical properties of a time-stopped segment of space-time to build rockets. But now, people are clamoring to use Kaem’s invention to stop time for those who are dying; not just people waiting for a cure, but also hospital patients in critical condition.

Oh, and they’re still working on their plans for a space elevator....

©2021 Laurence Dahners (P)2021 Podium Audio

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This book is about racism

The SIFI story was good however the continuing racism lessons were to obvious . The racism lessons should be more subtle. I wish I had known this from the reviews befor purchasing this book.

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Racism

Great sci fi concept with loads of potential, but man does Laurence love to attribute every single perceived slight and obstacle as some form of racial discrimination. It’s truly exhausting and almost unbearable at times throughout the series.

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Good but too woke

Not a native speaker.
It's an interesting story you would expect from our beloved author. This time unfortunately also full of woke agenda - nearly every interaction with the main (black) character is about prejudice, race etc. Same about women equity etc. It's just too much. Probably ok for an American audience as it gets off on white guilt etc. but for me at least some dialogs feel too silly and patronising. I like the story nevertheless thought. It's well written and I love the focus on the science part.

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Loved the book

I love Laurence Dahners books, and have listened to them several times each.
I laughed so hard when covid 19 was mentioned.
Thanks for giving us such great content.

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Great continuation

Really well thought-out continuation of the first two books. I don't know why some people are complaining it's too "woke". Prejudice comes up a couple times in situations where it makes sense, but it's usually as much or more attributed to classism and ageism as it is racism. Methinks thou dost protest too much.

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A cynical look at the world

A great continuation of the series. Unfortunately, it feels like the author inserted his personal beliefs and agenda into this book. I feel like it was an unfair and cynical point of view into our society. I just don't think people are as bad as you make them out to be. I have more faith in humanity.

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Love it!

Thanks for putting these in audiobook! I loved the ebooks and now can listen to them as Well.

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Super fun!

I listen to quite a few time travel books. Very original idea in this one. completely new angle! I am really enjoying them and hope they continue!

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  • TomL
  • 02-24-21

A brilliant what if...

I loved it Especially the last paragraph of the book where the good and righteous triumphed.