Resistance is Futile is funny, romantic and just the right side of geeky. Set phasers to 'fun'...
Okay, so I do tend to get excited about books more than the average punter ... but personality-wise, I am not normally one to gush. BUT, I 'loved' Resistance Is Futile. I have not read any of Jenny Colgan's bestselling romance titles, nor her distinctly different science fiction work, but think she's hit the sweet spot with this bridge between the two genre. And she just has so much fun with it.
A bittersweet love story and a race to the finish that leaves you genuinely uncertain as to how the story will end. Never less than entertaining and wonderfully funny at times
Quirky, funny and romantic, and it doesn't even matter if you don't know what fractals are
A brilliant novel full of dark-edged humour about friendship and love and the strange forms they can take...some of them very strange.
A riotous cocktail of action, maths geeks, and kissing. I enjoyed every single page. Resistance really is futile
A joyous genre mash-up that sweeps you off your feet at warp speed. Just amazing
It's not very often that I fall in love so completely with book . . . Resistance is Futile is bright, charming, intelligent, funny, moving and beautiful, full of wonderful imagination and expert storytelling. I think Jenny was born to write this book.
[A] beach-friendly tale of romance among the mathematicians. Never mind if the science goes way over your head, Ms Colgan's considerable comic gifts ensure the fun is always on your wavelength.