Official Review: Worldlines by Adam Guest

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Post by MsRStewart »

Thanks for your review! It sounds interesting. I'm adding it to the list of books I want to read.

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Very well thought out and interesting review! Was a great read.

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Post by Amanda Scalia »

Way to much for my brain to process. Way to many plots for one main character.

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Post by Chiagbanwe »

I love physics, but the case of multiple worldlines is something I don't quite believe in. However, the book sounds promising and suspenseful, so I might check it out. Nice review!

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Post by Michael40 »

It is a story to enjoy and at the same a story to get some arguable imaginations from. I dread imagining this kind of possibility. A provoking one, I must say. Great review!

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Post by Star_and_Buck »

The review is good. But having read the book I would not like to rate it 4 stars. I really did not liked the book and will give it a 2 star rating.

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Post by AnonReviewer2211 »

I have also read the book. I must say, however, in the copy that I had, there were a lot of typos. The story and concept were gripping, but the storytelling could have been better. Most importantly, I noticed a logical flaw - when someone practices lucid dreaming and takes over their counterpart in another worldline, where does the latter's consciousness go? Isn't that a gaping hole in the theory that suggests eternal continuity? I wonder if anyone else noticed the same.

Thanks for the brilliant review and keep it up!

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Post by lexyterese13 »

This book seems intense. The fact that he sounds like he has an alter ego is a twist for the theme of the book

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Post by Ferdinand_otieno »

As a big believer in the multiverse, I loved this book. It is an interesting science fiction thriller on the theory of the multiverse, crime, innocence, justice, determination, and scientific discovery. The book is free on Kindle Unlimited and has a well-written OnlineBookClub review. Congrats @ManyWorldsNovel on the BOTD selection.

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Post by Leen282 »

While multiple worldlines often are confusing, I am happy you pointed out that the author clearly indicates which Gary is talking. You have piqued my interest!

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Post by jerick_12 »

I read the book. I enjoyed it quite well. I also liked that since there are multiple timelines, we can see all possible outcomes.

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Post by Miks_solon »

I love this book! This is my favourite here in OBC. I'm so happy that it's featured for BOTD! However, I beg to differ with your point. The repititions did not bother me. But I respect your preference, though. Also I agree with you, with theories and factual information provided, it made me to ponder things. The author said he'll be launching his second book soon. I'm so excited!
"Sometimes we need fantasy to survive the reality"

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Post by Ebby Brown »

I've read this book too, and I agree that it's relatable because everyone gets a dream once in a while, but only few people are able to control the dream. Thanks for the review.

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Post by Vic Chimezie »

This book book seems to have an intriguing storyline. I can't wait to read it. Thanks for the detailed and informative review. I really enjoyed reading it.

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Post by NicholetH »

This book looks really interesting but also complicated. I can only imagine the trauma of having to think that you have unintentionally murdered someone and then living with the knowledge that someone else is paying for your crimes on top of it all. This is a very good and thorough review. Thank you

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