Official Review: Worldlines by Adam Guest

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Re: Official Review: Worldlines by Adam Guest

Post by Miss_BeckyG »

The author has done a great job depicting the existence of multiverse through Gary. I'm curious as to what happens to the version of him that committed the murder and the jailed version. Fascinating premise. Thank you for your great review. Very concise
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Post by Christieee »

The plot is really intriguing, and I would love to see Adam’s discoveries. But like you, I do not believe in theories such as those.

Great review!
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Post by Amberbooks4eva »

:o Personally speaking I don't read lot of scientific fiction but rarely. Reading the sample gave me a little hope because it is fictional first of all so that gives a good sign for me to willing to read the book. The second paragraph of the review confused me a bit but still it'll be a nice experience for me to go through multiverse thing and find out about the things which at some point of my life I wandered about. Although reading repetition of scenes by different Gary's would be a bit tiresome but as long as it doesn't gives me migraine I'm willing to put my faith in it as the story seems interesting enough to go through it. One more thing
I noticed in the sample is that there are some errors...I don't know if it's only in sample and not in the actual book but I did saw them.Otherwise kudos to the author for the BOTD.
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Post by Galarneau »

This book seems confusing to me with multiple worldliness. From your review, I gather that it is a very good book with an interesting plot, but with too much repetition. I am glad it has received positive reviews. But, it just isn't my type book. So, I will pass. Congratulations on BOTD.
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Post by InStoree »

I'm interested in the parallel worlds' concept, and very curious about the different outcomes that it can produce. A fascinating and thought-provoking premise. Thank you for your engaging review!
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Post by MeganDJ »

Very interesting and somewhat complicated storyline. To think that your actions could be manipulated and controlled by another version of yourself from a different timeline is absolutely fascinating. I can't wait to pick this up at some point. Thank you for your wonderfully written review! Happy reading :techie-studyinggray:
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Post by Happyka126 »

This science fiction thriller sounds intriguing. Talks about multiverse theory. It seems to be a great book. I'll like to read it. Thanks for your review.
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Post by KenzyO »

I love this review, the story has a significant meaning. The book has a perfect score. Kudos to the author . Congrats on BOTD.
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Post by Pearl Hijabi »

Well this is one interesting and intriguing story line. Connecting to multiverse through lucid dreams sounds pretty interesting for me. I don't know about the repetitions though, see hope it doesn't disturb the story. Thanks for a great review.
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Post by Cynthia_Oluchi »

So, I now understand the concept of different worlds in ‘Worldlines’. This is right up my alley! Congrats on BOTD.
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Post by Steven Samuel »

I've read this book and it was insightful. It gave me a new perception of decisions we casually make without much thought of the resulting consequence.
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Post by Sonja Jacobs »

The concept of multiple universes interests me. I understand the need for repetition, but personally I don't enjoy repitition. Overall, it sounds like a good read with a different angle. Great review.
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Post by Nickolas Farmakis »

This sounds like a typical science fiction novel with mystery and fantasy, so this is not the type of book I read. I am happy you enjoyed the book though.
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Post by Anthony__ »

I really enjoyed the creativity of this author. How he was able to create a realistic physics based fiction. Great book
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Post by Seroney_ »

Sounds like a fascinating book considering the omission of errors. It doesn't interest me much, however, great review
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