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An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes Randy Ribay

An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes
by Randy Ribay

to be published on October 16th 2015
to be published by Merit Press
young adult | contemporary | lgbtqia

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As their senior year approaches, four diverse friends joined by their weekly Dungeons & Dragons game struggle to figure out real life. Archie’s trying to cope with the lingering effects of his parents’ divorce, Mari’s considering an opportunity to contact her biological mother, Dante’s working up the courage to come out to his friends, and Sam’s clinging to a failing relationship. The four eventually embark on a cross-country road trip in an attempt to solve–or to avoid–their problems.

WHy wait

1. I don’t normally read multiple-POV books, but after Six of Crows, I’m hoping for more awesome books with this kind of narration!

2. I need to read more LGBTQIA books!

3. That cover is basically the cutest thing ever.

4. Dungeons & Dragons? I sense geekiness overload, which is a good thing, by the way.

5. Randy Ribay actually offered me an eARC, and he’s super sweet.

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About Aimee

Aimee loves being a little bookworm (okay–she doesn’t like being little). She also loves chocolates and sweets but is freaked out by the thought of possibly getting diabetes.

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25 thoughts on “Waiting On Wednesday #14: An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes

  1. This sounds really good but one of my biggest literary pet peeves is multiple POV or head hopping as I call it. It always comes off so gimmicky or confusing. I prefer to only see inside one characters head. But that is just me personally. Thanks for stopping by my blog

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  2. Oooh, this looks like a fun contemporary, coming-of-age read. The road trip element kind of reminds me of “Paper Towns” and “Let’s Get Lost”. I hope you enjoy it, Aimee! And, thanks for stopping by Girl Writes Reviews!

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  3. I love young adult contemporary with kids coming of age and trying to figure stuff out. Plus, there’s road trip in this one, and it’s diverse and has far from flawless characters. I don’t mind multiple POVs if done right. And this one seems like a good read. Thanks for sharing. Hope we all enjoy it when we get to read it :)

    Happy Wednesday!

    Shane @ Itching for Books

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  4. Like you girl, I’m not a huge fan of multiple POVS. They have to be done right and I’ve heart that Six of Crows actually does it in a way that isn’t distracting with all the head hopping and things. ;) I can’t wait to see what you think of it Aimee!♡

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  5. oh my, you’ve really piqued my interest here! Even though I don’t read that much contemporary fiction I’m seriously loving the sound of this one. The unique combination of multiple POVs, LGBTQIA and D&D sounds like a perfect mix to me :D I hope you’ll love it Aimee and I’ll be looking out for your review ♥

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  6. I received a copy for the publisher, and when I read the synopsis I practically squealed! I love road trip books, and even though I’ve never played D&D, I know people who have, and I’ve always been curious to see how the game is played. It’s such a tiny book, so it looks like it’ll be a fast read, I can’t wait to dive in!

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  7. Oh I love books which feature road trips, it feels like I haven’t read one in ages. And I’m exactly the same Aimee, multiple pov books haven’t really worked for me in the past, but I’m all reading more now! Great pick! :)

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  8. Ooh this does intrigue me too! :D I’m more interested in multiple POVs these days too. I feel like they’re being done better?! (Sometimes…I mean, I won’t talk about Zeroes. AHEM.) And I do like that cover! SO SImPLE.

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  9. OMG I’m reading Six of Crows now and I like the different POV’s if done right as it gives a different perspective into some characters. You can dislike one then you see inside them and suddenly you are on their side lol only with multiple POV

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  10. I really like these WoW posts–they introduce me to plenty of great books I need to keep an eye out for! Thanks for sharing; this one sounds interesting even though I never really got into dungeons & dragons myself!

    Dominique
    The Book Vault

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  11. I love multiple points of view, as long as their clear on who is who and characters don’t start blending into one another. I love an awesome meeting of the nerds though. I want to read this one now too! Great pick Aimz and thanks for putting it on my radar <3

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