Official Review: Worldlines by Adam Guest

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Re: Official Review: Worldlines by Adam Guest

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The multiverse theory is interesting but, admittedly, a bit over my head. It's nice to hear that Guest presents this in such a clear and engaging way. I have heard such good things about this book, and I'm glad to hear some editing issues have been fixed. That's the sign of a dedicated author. Thanks for the intriguing review!
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The story intrigues me a lot and I'm looking forward to read this one. I'm quite fascinated by the multiverse theory and that there may be different versions of people in alternate dimensions. Thank you for the review.
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While I have always been intrigued by the theory of parallel universes, but I never gave it much thought because that would mean too much to handle and too many variables. This appears to be an honest attempt at a story around the parallel universe/worldlines concept. Thank you for the recommendation. I think I will pick this book to read :techie-studyingbrown:
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I love the concept of a parallel universe. As a sci-fi reader, this book is definitely right up my alley. Thanks for the review.
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Thanks for the review. Although the book can't help being a little repetitive sometimes, parallel universe is such an intriguing concept. Since Gary had suffered serious injuries in his current world, I'm interested to see whether he would try to escape it.
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The multiverse theory sounds interesting. But if you're right about us not having characters and all instances of the choices we make are happening "somewhere". Then would we really be bothered about making the right choice? Great review!
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Maybe I'm absent-minded but I don't honestly understand what is going on
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The idea of parallel universes existing alongside ours is fascinating. This both, though fictional, looks to point us to a reality we may be oblivious of. Kudos to Adam Guest.
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How is it possible for someone to live in different worlds at once? How is it also possible that one Gary suffers for another Gary in a different world? This sounds interesting.
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I think I would enjoy this one. It’s a very interesting concept. Congrats on BOTD!
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This book sounds amazing. I like the concept of worldliness and judging from the review, I am sure the author has done an excellent job with it. I can't wait to read it.
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Post by Masereka Jehold »

The storyline is indeed captivating, it shifts the mind to imaginative worlds and impression. Amazing review!
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After I watched DC Comics The Flash , I became interested in the multiverse theory. Sometimes, I wonder if there was other me's out there and what they are doing. This is a book I'd love to read.
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I am sure Gary was as shocked as anyone could be that he was being charged with a crime he had not committed. This is a captivating story. Thanks for the review.
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The author has certainly set things up for several more books. It seems he could explore alternative Worldlines almost indefinitely. Thanks for the review.
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