Official Review: Worldlines by Adam Guest

Please use this sub-forum to discuss any fantasy or science fiction books or series.
Forum rules
Authors and publishers are not able to post replies in the review topics.
Pretty giftee
Posts: 109
Joined: 02 Jun 2020, 06:51
Currently Reading:
Bookshelf Size: 17
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Killing Abel by Michael Tieman

Re: Official Review: Worldlines by Adam Guest

Post by Pretty giftee »

I think this is one book I'd enjoy.thank you for a precised review and congrats on BOTD
Posts: 183
Joined: 21 May 2020, 06:47
Currently Reading:
Bookshelf Size: 74
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: We are Voulhire: The Flesh of the Mind by Matthew Tysz

Post by 3_roses »

Reading about Gary committing murder in a lucid dream but Mary claiming to have witnessed the murder simply peeked my interest.

This review made me extremely curious.
Posts: 19
Joined: 25 Jan 2018, 07:20
Favorite Book: <a href=" ... 9500">Lost in the reflecting pool</a>
Currently Reading: Fear Not, Dream Big, & Execute
Bookshelf Size: 7

Post by Sweetie_banana »

I read a couple of pages and I loved it. Such a great review too. A fictional based novel. The main character Gary seems to find it hard believing what is real and what is not.
User avatar
Posts: 766
Joined: 02 Feb 2018, 16:01
Currently Reading: Call Me Pomeroy
Bookshelf Size: 207
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Tidal Pools by Robert Marier

Post by DorcasToo »

Just done with the book and I gave it a rating of 4 out of4. I enjoyed reading the book and would recommend it to anyone interested in science fantasy and fiction. Thanks for your review. Congratulations on BOTD.
He lays me besides still waters. He prepares a banquet before my enemies.
Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I shall not fear.
For the Lord is my Shepherd
Posts: 221
Joined: 20 Jun 2017, 07:22
Currently Reading: The Vanished
Bookshelf Size: 23
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Illustrated Short Fiction of William H. Coles: 2000-2016 by William H. Coles

Post by DavidOchieng »

Thanks for the review. Now I understand the meaning of the book's beginning that refers to eternal life.
User avatar
Posts: 554
Joined: 04 Jul 2019, 06:27
Currently Reading: Heartquake
Bookshelf Size: 171
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Shadow Game by A.M. Adair

Post by MrunalT »

The plot is intriguing. Though it’s based on concept I do not believe in, I can definitely admire it as a fiction.
Posts: 87
Joined: 16 Mar 2020, 20:57
Currently Reading:
Bookshelf Size: 19
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Dying Well by Susan Ducharme Hoben

Post by Misty20058 »

Loved the review! I have been wanting to read this book for a while now, and find the idea of a multiverse intriguing. However, I will keep in mind your warning about repetition. Once again, thanks for the review.
Posts: 472
Joined: 16 Mar 2020, 02:21
Favorite Book: Worldlines
Currently Reading:
Bookshelf Size: 29
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: The Prodigy Slave, Book One: Journey to Winter Garden by Londyn Skye

Post by Miraphery »

I've read and reviewed this book. The storyline is quite intriguing. I totally enjoyed it except for the repetition. Great review.
User avatar
Ekta Kumari
Posts: 922
Joined: 02 Jul 2018, 02:54
Favorite Book: Rebecca
Currently Reading: Purgatory's Angel
Bookshelf Size: 66
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Humanity Must Survive the 21st Century by Theodore Vornicu
Reading Device: B00I15SB16

Post by Ekta Kumari »

The concept sounds great. I'm intrigued as to how the author has portrayed different worldlines. It's even more interesting to find that he has managed to balance the narration of all the characters in different realities. I look forward to reading this. Thank you for the detailed review.
"Words dazzle and deceive because they are mimed by the face. But black words on a white page are the soul laid bare."

-Guy de Maupassant
User avatar
Posts: 1039
Joined: 20 Jun 2017, 16:43
Favorite Book: <a href=" ... 23031">The Beauty of the Fall</a>
Currently Reading:
Bookshelf Size: 1058
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Creating Literary Stories: A Fiction Writer's Guide by William H. Coles

Post by dragonet07 »

Ah, the multiverse theory. It’s not only one of the more intriguing scientific theories for those of us who aren’t even remotely scientists, but it’s also ripe for complex and compelling science fiction and science fantasy stories. Not only am I curious as to how Gary has found himself launched into one of his alternative selves during what seems to be a lucid dream, but why did he commit the murder in the first place? So many questions on the science fantasy and plot levels. Thank you for the helpful review.
The more that you read,
The more things you will know.
The more that you learn,
The more places you'll go.
~Dr. Seuss
User avatar
Bookshelves Moderator
Posts: 1267
Joined: 09 Jun 2017, 19:28
Favorite Book: Adrift
Currently Reading: The Billionaires&rsquo; Handbook
Bookshelf Size: 1273
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: We are Voulhire: Someone Else's End by Matthew Tysz

Post by jeminah28 »

I already read this book. At first, the blue line is a bit interesting, but the next line is somewhat shocking. Honestly, I reread several times in the Blue Line. When I fully grasp the plot midway, I like it, which keeps me on reading the rest of the novel.
"Jesus Christ is the Saviour of the world."
User avatar
Posts: 652
Joined: 07 Mar 2017, 11:35
2021 Reading Goal: 180
Currently Reading: Indian Immigrant
Bookshelf Size: 442
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Scalpels Out by Peter Morris

Post by Jbcitygirl »

Thank you for sharing your review with us. I am excited to add this book to my reading list. The plot sounds intriguing and the sample pages were very well written written.
User avatar
Muzabula Jean Paul
Posts: 52
Joined: 16 Sep 2018, 04:15
Currently Reading:
Bookshelf Size: 63

Post by Muzabula Jean Paul »

The author tells us a story of worldlines. The story is based on two instances, conserning dream of Gary, who was committed a crimes...
Posts: 253
Joined: 09 Apr 2018, 14:36
2021 Reading Goal: 20
Currently Reading: We are Voulhire: Someone Else's End
Bookshelf Size: 39
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Mirrored Worlds by Tayma Tameem

Post by Moray_001 »

Yes, I get the aspect of repetitions but it is necessary to depict alternative outcomes. Great review.
Posts: 50
Joined: 11 May 2020, 04:05
Currently Reading: The Titan's Curse
Bookshelf Size: 36
Reviewer Page:
Latest Review: Creating Literary Stories: A Fiction Writer's Guide by William H. Coles

Post by Andra2005 »

I already read this book and is amazing just like your review. You did a great job!
It was books that made me feel that perhaps I was not completely alone.
Post Reply

Return to “Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books”