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The Multiverse Is Leaking

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Across the Multiverse, all great obliterations stem from one single act: not doing the dishes.

This adventure serves as a guide, telling you exactly what NOT to do if you ever find yourself in a situation where the Multiverse is leaking (hey, that's the name of the book)!

Interested? Read no further, minor spoilers and summary ahead!


Ever wonder how the remote ends up in the couch when you vividly remember putting it on the coffee table? Beware, it may be a leak in the Multiverse.

When Snacks abruptly kicks down Kale's door it's the least strange thing that happens to him that day. After discovering a portal in his couch, he finds himself stranded in the Multiverse trying to return home. Luckily, he has the help of his neighbors, a scientist and an employee of Death, as well as the friends (and talking swords) he meets along the way.

Can they make it home? Find out in The Multiverse Is Leaking!

165 pages, Paperback

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May 6, 2020
If you’re like me and spend time bouncing between rereads/rewatches of Hitchhiker’s Guide and Scott Pilgrim, you have to add The Multiverse is Leaking to your rotation!

I don’t want to spoil a second because BJ Hypes tells it much better than I can, but here is a short list of things you can find in this book: a quest, multiverse travel, the right way to cook a hot dog, memes, zombies, Dragon Tinder, snacks (lowercase s), Snacks (uppercase S), bromances, romances, The Chosen One, hugs, robots, pirates, clones, NEW “The Office” material (!!!), and SO MUCH MORE. Besides that, it’s genuinely one of the more enjoyable things I’ve read this year, and let’s be honest - 2020 needs all the joy it can get.

This was an absolute delight to read, and I can’t wait to come back to it again and again!
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January 28, 2022
Fun read !
I actually laughed out loud and I can’t say that ever happens with books I read.
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