Wavelength Reviews is a book-reviewing site that takes a unique approach to evaluating novels. Our site uses two distinct and innovative metrics for reviewing books. The first of these is the Frequency-Meter, in which our two founders, Collin Gortner and Tyus Welter, individually rate the book out of 5 and add the scores together. The combined score represents our wavelength, and higher scores denote higher frequencies, which scientifically result in higher energy levels. The energy level that comes from our trademarked equation, CT=λ, corresponds to the energy level and quality of the book. The second metric represents the parity, or lack thereof, between Collin and Tyus’s reviews, and is measured on the Synchronometer. Each review will be accompanied by a brief overview written by each founder.
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s Frequency Score: 7.6 Synchrometer: 9.2 Tyus’s Take: If you are in the market for an educational yet interesting book about outer space, look no further than Carl Sagan’s Cosmos. Published in 1980 in…