Max Kidruk. ‘Do not look back and don`t speak’

(book review)

I read the book ‘Don’t Look Back and Be Silent’ this summer. This was the first book by Max Kidruk that I read. By genre, it is science fiction. I guess that all connoisseurs of science fiction and adventure will enjoy it.

Imagine for a second that there was a place in our real world where time stood still. And anyone who has problems in reality can move into the world without time, problems and other people. And all you need is an elevator, a combination of numbers and desire. However, there is one condition. You can’t look back on the way to this world and say anything, even in whispers. It would seem that everything is perfect. But there is a problem. There worse things can happen than the ones you hide from in a real world.

A teenager named Mark learned about the parallel reality from his girlfriend Sonya. They went there together, exploring nature, the house. This world saved them from everyday problems at school or at home. And none of them thought how badly these adventures could end. After all, “belief in phantoms and the immaturity of critical thinking always have terrible social consequences.”

The book is splendid with all its statements, theories, and hypotheses having some logical or scientific connotation. Nothing appears out of nowhere. The author writes in simple plain language, though sometimes some episodes sound boring due to excessive scientificity. My rating is 4.5/5.

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