Publish date: October 8th 2013
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 428
Edition language: English
Series: Many-Worlds Trilogy (#1)
*circumstances prevented me from finishing/posting my review of this book until now.*Sasha Lawson can’t really imagine why Grant Davis would suddenly ask her to prom. And she certainly couldn’t imagine that in consequence, she becomes tangled in dangerous political game in a parallel universe.In the...
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I was very impressed with Anna Jarzab's first book in the Many Worlds series. The world-building is superb! It was so easy to believe in Aurora, and honestly, I wanted to go there! Sasha is a realistic, practical girl who doesn't come across as whiny. Thomas is strong, honest, loyal, and so endearin...
I can't begin to explain how much I wanted to love this book. I really did. I love me some dystopian/futuristic young adult stuff. But this one ... well ... it was interesting ... parallel worlds with you in it but it's not you, it's another version of you ... sometimes a better version, sometimes a...
Cliffhanger warning Parallel universes are a tricky topic in fiction. I've read my share of them, and the majority have been fairly horrible. They tend to be poorly explained and in the end, I am left with more questions than the answers I was given. The failures stem from the lack of scientific ba...