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Somewhere Else, Another You

3.90  ·  Rating details ·  42 ratings  ·  6 reviews
False starts, chance encounters, careless mistakes, strokes of luck: Are we the sum of our actions, or of our possibilities?

Somewhere Else, Another You is a literary game-book inspired by theories of the multiverse: Each time the reader makes a choice, the universe of the narrative splits, creating a story in which all outcomes exist at the same time but cannot be experien
Paperback, 68 pages
Published December 2018 by Math Paper Press

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Jan 15, 2020 rated it really liked it
De Rozario does the most tasteful job with creating a sense of mystic and wonder. She contorts your mind and heart to the happenings of every path you take in this choose-your-own-adventure. It is a short and sweet book to pore over and let resonate for at least a good afternoon. Just when you think you understand the story or the underlying ideas, the comprehension slips away, and that just might be exactly what De Rozario intends. All the paths were delectably short, which is perfect for someo ...more
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May 25, 2020 rated it really liked it
I’ve been given a wonderful opportunity to review an interactive ebook of Somewhere Else, Another You by Tania De Rozario that Tusitala made.

It’s a wonderful whimsical experience of a choose your own path story about multiverse theories and alternate selves.

The second-person narrative - always a daring choice - really suits this book here as it brings you into the character’s point of view. Combined with the interactive nature of the ebook - and a wonderful job was done with the sounds (earphone
Jul 04, 2019 rated it really liked it
A fun short read. Well written.
Stella Wenny
Nov 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fiction
"How would you live if you knew that somewhere else, another you might be living the best possible version of yourself? And if our other selves live on in other worlds, do we remain forever entangled despite distance and time, separated by a tiny choice the size of an entire universe? Do we dream of the selves we left behind, struggling to get up in the morning because waking is always some sort of loss?"

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The kind of book that I'm always looking for. Existential crisis and quantum physic
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Aug 28, 2019 rated it liked it
An interesting read. Light reading with deep quotes to reflect on.
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Tania De Rozario is a writer and visual artist engaged with issues of gender, sexuality, home, memory, and representations of women in Horror. She is the author of Tender Delirium (2013), And The Walls Come Crumbling Down (2016), and Somewhere Else, Another You (2018), all published by Math Paper Press. She was the 2011 winner of Singapore’s Golden Point Award for English Poetry, and the 2020 winn ...more

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