Monday, June 15, 2020

A Million Worlds With You by Claudia Gray

Marguerite Caine is the main target of a powerful alliance, called Triad, spanning three realms of the multiverse. As the daughter of the geniuses who made it possible to travel between worlds, she has been to these other worlds- exploring herself and her relationship with others in radically different worlds, and thinking of the ideas of fate and destiny. When she learns that the goal of Triad is to destroy the other worlds to bring her sister back to life, she must go on a mission- righting Triad's wrongs and stopping their sabotage. Along the way, she has to deal with death, destruction, and the idea that she might be fighting something that might be too big to stop.

I enjoyed reading this book very much. I think it was a fitting ending to the series and a great, suspenseful read overall. The descriptions of the different worlds and the idea of fate was very interesting to read about. I also liked the story, and it made me think about the multiverse theory and its implications. People who have read the previous books and other books by Claudia Gray would enjoy this book, but it wouldn't make much sense without reading the previous books in the series. Overall, I would definitely recommend it to people who enjoy science fiction and are interested in the idea of different universes and realities.

Reviewed by NK, Grade 10
Montrose Library

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