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I read this years ago in college. It was required reading for all freshmen the year I had a mentee in the honors program, so I read it both for enjoyment and so I could discuss it.
I found it to be an incredible read, but quite difficult to describe. I like the "endlessly fascinating" phrase on the back cover, actually. I've always been interested in different time and space possibilities, so my favorite parts were all the different worlds and places and how things in them fit. I remember my freshman mentee at the time said that was his least favorite part, though- there's something interesting in this book for everyone!
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04-03-2008 = It is a very interesting book; but it is dificult for me to think that it could exist someone like me in another place, even if it is different in hers life... It is kind of strange think that i'm not special, cause i could not be unique. It's an interesting thought but didn't convince me that this is a truth possibility. If we knew that the world would end in exactly that moment, i guess caos is what would happen. Humans would ruin there self, before the time ends. :)
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