Official Review: Worldlines by Adam Guest

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Post by Sunchris01 »

This book is a must read for me,,the fact that its multiverse it seems interesting. Such books are my thing😍😍

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Post by Mounce574 »

This isn't a story that I would like much. I wouldn't like the repetition as it would make me want to skip through the book instead of reading it entirely. Great review on a science fiction book with universe/dimension type travel
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Post by Fliesie01 »

I love these types of stories that have alternative realities. But in everyone, I watched or read about had the same theme of repeating the scenario over and over again.
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Post by NellyDee29 »

I like the way the plot of this book was set. The fact that it is based on the multiverse theory is so intriguing. Apart from the repetition, I think the book is really great. Thanks for the well-written review.

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Post by Aisu0515 »

There are different theories that are perplexing The human mind As of Today. This book opens Up the minds of the people. This book opens a New understanding in the multi Universe theorym which is Good at some point. Well according to economics all things are connected. With better editing of the book it makes a lot of sense now. It grants the Reader a Wider World of possibilities. It Attracts the attention of human mind and Thus this Book is Worthy to have 4 out of 4 ratings the author did Great in catching the mind of the youth, The geniuses and the curious. Keep up and see you in the next review

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Post by Priyanka2304 »

The concept of this book is entirely new to me. Thanks for the detailed review.

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Post by Arun_Bohra »

I'm so fascinated by the review. I am tempted to read the book. The concept of having dreams that are reality is the thing that i liked about it.

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Post by TrudiNZ »

I read this book and really enjoyed it. It was a novel idea to me that when dreaming we could be entering different versions of ourselves. I didn't mind the repetition, I think it was unavoidable in order to keep all the different worlds distinct so that the reader knew where they were in the multi-verse. My son and I often debate the multi-verse argument as it does seem an illogical idea, but I keep telling him that the truth may be stranger than fiction, or could even be as this fiction is :)

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Post by Aaron Ambers »

Your review is concise and candid, I like that. I actually find scientific stories endearing, lol.
Thank you for this review.

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Post by Sydney Nyamasoka »

Informative and good review, thanks! The tale sounds interesting and captivating. I am mostly intrigued by the tree-like range of possibilities as indicated in the different contexts - (worldlines).
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Post by Rael C »

I've read your review and the storyline seems interesting,although I think it would be too much for me to grasp but the fact that the author uses a dream,well, I think I might consider reading it sooner.

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Post by delveaux1959 »

The background sounds intriguing, however I want read this, nor would I purchase it. I am a straight line kind of girl and not into the back and forth of writing. I would lose interest verycquickly, but that is me, not the book.

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Post by Lina-Hammami »

Thank you for the review. I will definitely read this book. pretty sure I'll love it :)

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Post by Marion Jepkosgei »

I read the book and it stuck with me till now. I analyse my dreams and think of multiple possibilities of whatever situation happens. Your review is honest and I love it.

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Post by JLBlumenstock »

Your review has me intrigued. I find the idea of parallel worlds fascinating and I like the challenge of the back-and-forth perspectives when reading a novel. Add this to the list!

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