Book reviewers, newspapers, magazines, and bloggers:
Crossline … is an adventurous tale of space ships and dimensional travel…of warring cultures and dopplegangers…of spirituality and technology…of the breadth of time and the power of the moment. It made me think and laugh, which is all that I can ask for from an author. I highly recommend it. — Amazon reviewer J Chambers (click here for full review)
Crossline … is a good old fashioned yarn with just the right touch of action, humor and a few nice twists thrown in. It never takes itself too seriously, while grabbing you by the shirt and pulling you along for a great ride. — Amazon reviewer Wayne Darling (click here for full review)
Crossline … [is] an unbelievably rich cacophony of characters, a deeply intricate plot, and some of the wittiest, realistic dialogue I’ve read in a long while. The sheer magnitude of crafting this story must have taken just blows me away. –Alex Hurst, The Pankhearst Review (click here for full review)
Crossline is a classic sci-fi yarn reinvented through the wonderfully twisted mind of Russ Colchamiro. He has a huge career ahead of him. We can’t wait to see what he comes up with next.” — Crazy 8 Press founding member and New York Times best-selling author Peter David
Russ Colchamiro is the king of the comedic sci-fi Bildungsroman. He’s mad, bad, and dangerous to know; good thing he’s also funny as hell.
— David Mack, New York Times bestselling author of the Star Trek Destiny and Star Trek: Cold Equations trilogies
Blending science fiction and comedy — without losing the best of either — is one of writing’s most difficult feats, but Russ Colchamiro makes it look easy.”
— Robert Venditti, New York Times bestselling author of The Surrogates
A highly entertaining tale of two worlds. Do yourself a favor and rocket off into adventure with Russ Colchamiro’s Crossline!
— Patrick Thomas, author of Murphy’s Lore, Dear Cthulhu and Fairy With A Gun
Clever, witty, and relentlessly trippy. CROSSLINE is the next best thing to actually warping through wormholes across time, space, and dimension. Actually, it’s probably better.
— Chris Millis, author/screenwriter “Small Apartments”
Crossline is a well crafted, fast-paced chase through the stratosphere. Colchamiro delivers a tightly written story which is both compelling and imaginative. Trust me. You’ll have trouble putting this page-turner down! — Thomas O’Callaghan, Author of the John W. Driscoll series
Crossline is a mind-bending [adventure] that combines hilarity, humanity, and alternate realities to stretch the very bounds of space/time. Reading it is the literary equivalent of traveling through a wormhole backwards in the middle of an acid flashback … and I mean that in the best possible way.”
— Michael Wolfe, Screenwriter/Director, Maybe Tomorrow