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Reviewed by Doreen Chombu for Readers' Favorite
Past and present collide in this time-travel tale of a man wishing to correct his mistakes. Stephen, a physics theory professor, is sad when one of his favorite students, Amelia, experiences fainting episodes that prevent her from attending class. Upon further investigation, Stephen discovers that Amelia's health problems are directly connected to an incident from his past. He shares his predicament with one of his colleagues, Zachariah, who suggests they use their scientific knowledge to solve his problem. Will the two brilliant men succeed? Or will their attempts lead to more complications? You can find out in A Nebula in the Milkyway by Lathish Shankar.
A Nebula in the Milkyway is a story of redemption and getting a second chance at life. I love how Lathish Shankar wrote the characters because it made me understand and sympathize with them. Each character has a unique yet familiar personality. They are everyday people who experience a traumatic event that shifts their lives. in real life, we do not get second chances to fix our mistakes. Instead, we need to be considerate of others instead of focusing on our problems because what we do today may have future ripple effects. This is a well-written story with an intriguing plot and a profound message. The narration is conversational and does not lag at any time. I recommend it to science fiction lovers and anyone who wishes to read a simple yet captivating story. I hope to read more from this author. Great work.