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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Saturn: The Cassini Division is a work of fiction in the science fiction and action/adventure sub-genres and was penned by author Joseph W. Hudgens. Written for adult audiences due to some mild references to sex and infrequent usage of adult language, this complex and engaging work takes science fiction in a fascinating and thought-provoking new direction. In a far-flung future, we find ourselves with successful protagonist Victor J. Lugo, whose efforts in the world of stem-cell farming and working with the human gene have taken him far. But as his sudden rise to fame is halted by a dangerous finger of blame, we follow Lugo on a nail-biting adventure of intrigue and thrills to discover the source of the problem before it ruins his life.
Author Joseph W. Hudgens has created a conceptually rich science fiction adventure tale that takes elements of thriller and corporate mystery into its complex and rewarding plotline. The beats of the story are well spaced and exceedingly well planned to give both Victor and ourselves the chance to piece elements together without being spoon-fed, which results in a sophisticated and adult feel to the tale overall. I also enjoyed the overarching theme of the consequences of growing human body parts and interfering with the human gene and stem cells, which is presented in a fascinating way that shows both sides of the coin. Overall, Saturn: The Cassini Division is an intriguing work that shows plenty of sophistication and will be sure to please casual and hard core science fiction readers alike.