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  • Book Name: The Infinite Pieces of Us
  • Authors: Rebekah Crane
  • Pages: 276
  • Genre: Romance novel
  • Publish Date: 30 January 2018
  • Language: English

Book review:

The Infinite Pieces of Us by Rebekah Crane I hadn't read dark matter I still haven't read dark matter I enjoy sci-fi I typically skew more towards sci-fi lights when it gets so technical with all of the stuff and jargon and layers

 it becomes a little bit too much for me and so that might have been one of my problems here but sing it on the goodreads best list I knew that I had to at least try it out you've got two main characters here you've got Barry Sutton who is an NYPD detective and you've also got a neuroscientist dr. Helena Smith these two characters have two different perspectives POVs in the book that you're kind of alternating back 

forth between they are separate stories that eventually collide into one and these two characters end up having these recurring visits to the past in an attempt to alter memories and therefore the events surrounding the memories of the time before 

Helen as this brilliant scientist that wanted to create this chair to be able to access in these memories and then eventually change them she started with good intentions her mother is ill and she wanted to help her mother be able to retain or even remember memories that 

she had long since forgotten and then Barry Sutton is tracking this case related to FMS which is false memory syndrome and it's cropping up around New York and different places where these these people are all of a sudden having these alternate memories of a different reality they do seem to be memories of their own and they're layered on top of the other memories that 

they have in anyways there is a suicide from someone that had FMS and it's transmittable and he's trying to track some of those cases again they end up together and they're trying to do good and to bring about good but it gets into this where you're going back in memory time to be able to change these things and so it has to do with time travel 

I always have difficulty with time-traveling books especially the ones that try to be scientifically accurate because it's just it gets so convoluted and so confusing so quickly and that's what happened here honestly in fact a lot of people are raving about this book 

I really don't fully understand why I didn't think the writing was that good I wasn't convinced of the characters realism I never got attached to them even the various love stories throughout or the relationships that t

he author obviously wants you to feel and from reading other reviews that many people actually took significant interest in just fell flat for me and then this layer on top of layer story of time-travel just gets so confusing my brain hurts 

I'm kind of just left saying what what's actually happening here as is with some time-travel stories where you're going back to one time over and over again it can get somewhat repetitive Blake Crouch does a good job of trying to switch this up and change it up a little bit although 

it's just it's one of the things that you get when you come to sci-fi dealing with time-travel the books not awful it in fact it's okay I just didn't think that it deserved to be at the top of sci-fi for 2019 maybe Blake Crouch just has a really good following and that's what helped with his numbers or maybe 

I'm just wrong on this one at some point I'm going to give dark-matter a try and maybe I'll like that one even better what did you think about recursion more importantly what did you think about Ashton Kutcher's butterfly effect back in what was that early 2000s.

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