Into the Parallel (Parallelogram, #1)
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NO ONE IS GOING TO BELIEVE ME.
But I know I did it. I was there. If she's real—and I know she is—I just have to prove it. Go there again and this time bring something back. Like a strand of her hair or a piece of her fingernail.
SOMETHING WITH HER DNA ON IT. TO PROVE THAT SHE IS ME.

High school senior and amateur physicist Audie Masters has discovered what no other physicist...more
Kindle Edition, 393 pages
Published July 1st 2011 by Ryer Publishing (first published May 1st 2011)
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oliviasbooks
Interesting. But, Robin, that kind of cliffhanger is really unforgivable - combined with the publication date of the sequel scheduled for August 2012*, which is year from now if one doesn't have Audie's universe manipulating mind skills.

*edit: The human mind IS a powerful thing. because sequels that are announced on the last page of the first book are usually published a year later, my subconsciousness substituted the number 2011 that is plainly there for everybody to see with 2012. I still rese...more
Carly
I don't even know where to begin reviewing Robin Brande's latest book, so let me start with this: it was, like everything she has written, excellent. "Into the Parallel" had the same spot-on characterization, emotion, and dialogue that I have come to expect from Brande, but it also added aspects of reality that read like fantasy to mix. "Into the Parallel" will undoubtedly satisfy both fantasy fans and the contemporary realistic fiction crowd with it's mix of quantum physics that seems too crazy...more
Faith
I realize that this might sound slightly hyperbolic but Robin Brande is one of the best writers I have ever read. I am talking Top 10. There is just something about her writing that makes me happy. I first discovered her when she was a debut novelist with her book Evolution, Me and Other Freaks of Nature and I have been a stalwart fan ever since. Evolution was followed by Fat Cat, then DogGirl and then a series of short stories. Each one better than the last.

One of my favorite things about Robin...more
Steph Su
Robin Brande takes readers into a new dimension—literally—with her YA sci-fi, INTO THE PARALLEL. While various elements of the story, such as plot and characters, don’t feel as tight as her YA contemporary novels, INTO THE PARALLEL is nevertheless an enjoyable story that draws only lightly on advanced scientific concepts.

The majority of INTO THE PARALLEL unfolds through dialogue: Audie talking to Hallie and trying to figure out what’s going on, Audie talking to the professor, Audie lying to her...more
Kerri
Who knew reading about quantum physics could be so fun? I really liked the main character and enjoyed the writing style of the author. I also enjoyed finding out what the people in the alternate universe were like as compared to their characters in the "real world" of the book. I will definitely be downloading the second one in this series and I currently have another of Brande's books, Fat Cat, waiting for me at the library. I think I found a new author to read!
Ashley - Book Labyrinth
This was such a perfect read at a perfect time for me. Robin Brande writes in such an awesome straightforward manner. I love how it felt like Audie, the main character, was speaking right to the reader. The best thing about this book is that there's actually science behind the science fiction. Most books to do with parallel worlds or time travel tend to gloss over the specifics, but Brande brings scientific theories right to the foreground. No worries, though, if you're not a science geek. You'l...more
Jeanine
Awaiting my First Reads copy, I can't wait to dive into a new series!

What a great concept for a series, I loved it. Being the geek that I am, I even loved the science behind the universe hopping. The characters are well developed and the idea that your 'mirror' self in another universe might be very different from you was a great way to play out this concept.

Audie is a terrific narrator, and the way Robin Brande writes her inner dialogue is funny and endearing. I found myself chuckling and noddi...more
Imatoothlessfan;3
I absolutely Loved reading this book. I couldn't put it down! But I think(and i don't think im the only one) that the star that is missing is because of the cliffhanger but it doesn't mean that the cliffhanger was bad not at all. I was so excited for the next book! I love Daniels character. Hes so nice and sweet :3 the only thing i didn't like about it was (for me) it was a little hard to follow the part where Audie sort of saves Halli but gets put into her body. Other than that, i loved the boo...more
Lorena
"NO ONE IS GOING TO BELIEVE ME. But I know I did it. I was there. If she's real--and I know she is--I just have to prove it. Go there again and this time bring something back. Like a strand of her hair or a piece of her fingernail. SOMETHING WITH HER DNA ON IT. TO PROVE THAT SHE IS ME. High school senior and amateur physicist Audie Masters has discovered what no other physicist has been able to prove: that parallel universes do exist, and there is a way to journey into them. She also discovers s...more
Krystal
Have you ever wondered if there are "copies" of you in alternate realities? This novel answers that very question. The main character is somewhat of a prodigy, she is forever inquisitive and has a tendency for getting herself into tight situations. When she finds her parallel self living in another reality, she has to explore the other's life. However, things are literally not always what they seem. The main character is in more trouble than she realizes, the reader follows this exciting story t...more
Theo
This is a fun read. Audie is a real person. The whole trying to get in to the college she thinks is the best is real life. I could go on and on about her life, you laugh or cry at the way she thinks through things. Then when she meets Halli and everything changes. Audie's ordinary life is no more. How many dream that our ordinary lives would change? Again her reaction to her new life is so real. What would you do? If you are looking for a new type of story read this book and then the whole serie...more
Joanne
Imagine if you met yourself, but it wasn't in the mirror!

If you like science or even wonder about the possiblility of other universes, this smart, funny and really interesting book is for you. I've been looking forward to this book for a while and it was definitely worth the wait. Not only is it a fun and clever read, but it makes you think about your place in the universe and what makes you uniquely YOU. Plus, there is a nice dog and hot guys in it, so what more could you ask for?
Kelsey
*I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads.*

I really enjoyed this book. I don't think I've ever read a book about a parallel universe, so this was new for me. It was really interesting and I wanted to keep reading to find out what would happen. It was a good book and easy to get into.

I feel smarter after reading this book. I learned a lot about physicist theories and things like that. That almost for me when I read.
Traci
*I received this book through Goodreads first reads.*

I enjoyed Robin Brande's version of parallel worlds and how one girl is able to travel from her dimension into another. I thought it was very original that she mixed mediation and even astral projection with science to create the portal for Audie to travel through. I'm looking forward to starting her second book in the series.
Megan Wilson
Simply amazing! I loved this book! It held my attention from the very first page and made me laugh numerous times. I am excited to read the second one as well! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

Won from a Goodreads contest.
Elizabeth
Into the Parallel is a great read. I beleive in this type of thing so it really drew me in I could not put the book down a must read ! Loved it!
Beth
The science stuff was over my head but the ending was sure gripping! Luckily I have the 2nd book available :)
Shannon
Jul 25, 2011 Shannon marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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*I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads.*
Bethany
Physics has never been so fun!
Tara Walker
Loved it! Can't wait for #2!!
Isabel
Apr 08, 2012 Isabel marked it as 2012  ·  review of another edition
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Award-winning author Robin Brande is a former trial attorney, entrepreneur, black belt in martial arts, Girl Scout leader, community college instructor, yoga instructor, outdoor adventurer, and certified wilderness medic. Her novels have been named Best Fiction for Young Adults by the American Library Association. She was selected as the Judy Goddard/Libraries Ltd. Arizona Young Adult Author of th...more
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