Entoverse is the fourth novel following the Giant's Trilogy. Like the previous three, the same characters can be found throughtout. Also, there is a great deal of scientific research done by the main characters. But unlike the previous three novels, this novel fails to maintain interest and can be confusing.
First off, the novel takes you back to Jevlen, following the "Pseudowar" between the Thuriens and the Jevlenese. The supercomputer JEVEX has been shut down....or so all non-Jevelense think. In harsh reality, JEVEX is still running at a small rate, but there is a totally different world living in its system. The author has created a new world for us to explore, however it turns out that this world does not follow the laws of physics in our universe. To make it even more confusing, it seems that this world is merely just a computer generated pattern designed by the Jevlenese. To complicate things even more, the inhabitants of this "new" world, are taking over the bodies of our universe.
Now, don't get me wrong, I am one for all types of science fiction and new ideas. As a matter of fact, I think unique ideas make a science fiction novel. But this idea has gone too far. The novel becomes confusing because this world is run through a computer process. Yes, it is a new idea, but the idea has been taken to far. In fact, this novel does not have the quality writing and suspense as found in the previous three novels. It seems this novel was written just to be written, lacking purpose and further muddying the waters. I do not recommend this novel, as a matter of fact, if you read the previous three novels, you might want to stop there, because this one could leave you highly disappointed.