I was worried about the readability of a book written by these two, but really, it’s a short work in the park, with very small chapters and few difficult concepts to digest.
The beginning is cheekily 2001 like, and the scene setup is handled fairly quickly.
The middle of the book was mostly pretty boring new meets old stuff, like the history style of early Doctor Who programs, except it wasn’t interesting.
Things did pick up in the very last part of the book where we nearly get a glimpse of the malevolent force that ripped the Earth apart.
Overall, I’m not really that keen to purchase any more in this series.