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428 pages, Hardcover
First published October 8, 2013
“I still don’t understand,” I said. “What about DNA? If we look the same, shouldn’t we come from the same parents?”That's good enough for me!
“Are you familiar with Anaximander’s theory of apeiron?” Dr. Moss asked. I stared at him blankly. He sighed. “...As far as I can tell, that’s what an analog is—a worldly fragment of one whole and perfect being that exists only in apeiron.
“Have you ever visited a hall of mirrors, Ms. Lawson?” I nodded. “Imagine standing in one, then. Everywhere you turn, there are multiple reflections of your own image. The mirrors are expertly arranged so that these reflections appear to multiply in every direction, stretching out into infinity. You look alike, you move in perfect harmony, but the reflections are not you. They simply have their origin in you. You are the primary being, and they are mere copies. That is an imperfect but adequate example of what I mean.”
I couldn’t figure out what it was about him that made me so angry, and at the same time melted my insides like butter left out to soften.I can tell you what it is about him that makes you so angry, Sasha. HE FUCKING KIDNAPPED YOU.
Because no matter how hard I tried to make myself see reason, all the feelings I’d started to have for Thomas when I thought he was Grant just wouldn’t go away.Stupid, stupid, stupid.
~Thank you Random House Australia for sending me this copy!~
"I rescued it," he said. "It was the only thing I had from... us, in your world. I guess I didn't want to let it go. I meant what I said to that night on the beach. It was the best night of my life, being with you; it was the one time I really felt like myself. Ironic, huh?" I nodded, pulling him in for a soft, lingering kiss.
"Thomas," I whispered. "That's very romantic, you know."
You. Your best friend. Every person you know.
Many worlds. Many lives--infinite possibilities.
Welcome to the multiverse.