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Crossings

by Alex Landragin

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Crossings by Alex Landragin
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    Jul 2020, 384 pages

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Complicated, it worth it.
Thanks to Netgalley and St. Martin’s Press for the ARC of this upcoming novel. I wasn’t sure if it was for me after reading a reviewer compare it to Cloud Atlas which I struggled with and abandoned. I see the similarities but I found this work more accessible. So it’s a fascinating time travel (but not really) story, which can be read it two different fashions. I chose the “normal” start at the beginning way and thought it was great. After finishing, I started to read it again in the alternate sequence but didn’t finish it that way. It seemed more confusing to me in that order, even after having read it already (or maybe because of that?). I think either way you choose, you will love it. Highly recommended.
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