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What path of evolution would humans take during interstellar travel? Enter the Nyx, a species that has traveled to the far reaches of space. They found Earth, and sent a delegation to share their culture. One such nyx, Eos Cerul, breaks protocol and enters Earth without permission. She takes human form and seeks to experience the quaint nuances of human nature. In the Adir What path of evolution would humans take during interstellar travel? Enter the Nyx, a species that has traveled to the far reaches of space. They found Earth, and sent a delegation to share their culture. One such nyx, Eos Cerul, breaks protocol and enters Earth without permission. She takes human form and seeks to experience the quaint nuances of human nature. In the Adirondack State Park, NY, she encounters her first human, Alex Wesley. Eos invites Alex to explore the mysteries of the nyx datastream, where consciousness is translated to waves of energy and the universe can be explored at the speed of light. However, Eos' transgressions catch up with her, and the pair discover the violent forces at work against them. In a mutual struggle for survival, they come to understand what it means to be nyx, and what it means to be human.


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What path of evolution would humans take during interstellar travel? Enter the Nyx, a species that has traveled to the far reaches of space. They found Earth, and sent a delegation to share their culture. One such nyx, Eos Cerul, breaks protocol and enters Earth without permission. She takes human form and seeks to experience the quaint nuances of human nature. In the Adir What path of evolution would humans take during interstellar travel? Enter the Nyx, a species that has traveled to the far reaches of space. They found Earth, and sent a delegation to share their culture. One such nyx, Eos Cerul, breaks protocol and enters Earth without permission. She takes human form and seeks to experience the quaint nuances of human nature. In the Adirondack State Park, NY, she encounters her first human, Alex Wesley. Eos invites Alex to explore the mysteries of the nyx datastream, where consciousness is translated to waves of energy and the universe can be explored at the speed of light. However, Eos' transgressions catch up with her, and the pair discover the violent forces at work against them. In a mutual struggle for survival, they come to understand what it means to be nyx, and what it means to be human.

37 review for My Travels with EOS

  1. 5 out of 5

    Al Gritten

    "My Travels with Eos" is fiction in the tradition of Heinlein's "Stranger in a Strange Land." It is an encounter with an extraterrestrial of a different ilk, and in the encounter both Eos and Alex are changed. Bemis' book is very readable offering interesting perspectives on aspects of life that most of us take for granted. And while Bemis explores life through the eyes of the Nyx, he asks his reader to consider what it means to encounter another culture and the ways and means by which we intera "My Travels with Eos" is fiction in the tradition of Heinlein's "Stranger in a Strange Land." It is an encounter with an extraterrestrial of a different ilk, and in the encounter both Eos and Alex are changed. Bemis' book is very readable offering interesting perspectives on aspects of life that most of us take for granted. And while Bemis explores life through the eyes of the Nyx, he asks his reader to consider what it means to encounter another culture and the ways and means by which we interact. Bemis does a wonderful job of combining elements of various genres of fiction, folding them carefully into this science fiction stew and bringing it to a simmer when Alex encounters a Nyx who isn't quite as welcoming as Eos. Alex's travels with Eos will leave the reader breathless from the adventure while yearning for the next one. Though the book starts a little slowly, I think, it builds speed once Alex encounters the cerulean Nyx called Eos. As the pace picks up, Bemis stretches our imaginations beyond the bounds of earth offering visions of the vastness of space as we try to picture his vivid word panoramas. Even as Valentine Michael Smith becomes both an enigma and a trendsetter, learning earthly culture while changing it, so, too, Bemis' Eos seeks to both learn and embrace the culture of earth and at the same time changing it. But even as the reader encounters this idea, he or she is left to consider that life lived is about embracing the culture even while we change and modify it. In Eos, we are treated to a unique character who shows us the joy and wonder of life and adventure and friendship and love through the eyes of wonder. We are reminded that we should each look at life through those eyes as well.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Lovatt

    My Travels with Eos is an intellectual and addictive début novel by Chris Bemis. Through it, he introduces a strong scientific foundation, with highly intelligent characters which frequently had me searching through Google to get a better understand of. Interspersed with mythological references, interstellar and split-conscious travel, nacho and sushi recipes, and compelling characters; My Travels with Eos is an innovative novel which will have your mouth-watering for more. (Though, they may be i My Travels with Eos is an intellectual and addictive début novel by Chris Bemis. Through it, he introduces a strong scientific foundation, with highly intelligent characters which frequently had me searching through Google to get a better understand of. Interspersed with mythological references, interstellar and split-conscious travel, nacho and sushi recipes, and compelling characters; My Travels with Eos is an innovative novel which will have your mouth-watering for more. (Though, they may be in part to the amazing descriptions of food!) It’s been a long time since my last foray into the realm of Science Fiction; and in comparison to my recollection of other works, Bemis’ novel may seem overdone with his language and description. However, once a pace has been established (and Google/a dictionary ready to help out at times), his writing is far from overwhelming and is in fact, refreshing and thought-inspiring.. With his attention to detail, and unique descriptions, Bemis offers a new way to describe and think about daily sights and activities. Readers will find it easy to both visualize the worlds he has created, and share the character’s experiences.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Caryn

    I got this book from Goodreads First Reads, and was very grateful to the author for sending me a link to the electronic version when I didn't win the hard copy. I'm not sure how much the format influenced my enjoyment of the book; I hope that it was an unfinished version, and that the final product enjoyed the attentions of a professional editor. There were good ideas in it, but there were so many errors in grammar and usage that it was hard to keep concentrating on the story. The characters were I got this book from Goodreads First Reads, and was very grateful to the author for sending me a link to the electronic version when I didn't win the hard copy. I'm not sure how much the format influenced my enjoyment of the book; I hope that it was an unfinished version, and that the final product enjoyed the attentions of a professional editor. There were good ideas in it, but there were so many errors in grammar and usage that it was hard to keep concentrating on the story. The characters were interesting, but the book seemed to lack focus, and couldn't decide if it wanted to be hard science fiction, Sherlock Holmes homage, or a buddy story. I think that the life cycle of the aliens is probably unique in SF, and was very interesting. I'd recommend this book with some reservations, and hope the next volume is better edited.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ponch

    I found this book to be very descriptive and exciting. The only negative comment that I have would be that it could be a little overwhelming at times. I like to read in bed before I go to sleep and I think it would have been a little bit easier to understand it I was able to reference things on Google every once and a while. But besides that I thought the idea was amazing and the characters well described and interesting.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Nathan

    This turned out to be a phenomenal book! When I first began reading "My Travels with Eos," the story was a bit difficult to get into. The plethora of scientific terms and theories that present themselves in the story was a bit daunting at first, but quickly became an engaging story filled with complex ideas of what an alien entity could come to be. definitely a great read.

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