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  • Wonderful conclusion to an outstanding series!

    I love the concept of alternate universes, each with the same characters that are different in some ways, but similar in others. I find it fascinating that one decision can change the direction of your life and the effect that it can have on yourself and those around you. How our upbringing and our environment nurtures the good or bad in us, and influences our personality and choices. I loved revisiting the different Marguerites, Pauls, and Theos in their different worlds and seeing how it works out for them. This was a wonderful conclusion to the series and I will miss these beloved characters and their multiverse.

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  • Sad to see it end!

    I have recently discovered that I have a thing for books about the multiverse.  Something about the unknown, about the possibilities... that excites me.  This book, this series, did exactly that.  I loved the world that the author built and how she changed it between the various multiverses.  I also loved the mechanism she used to tie the worlds together.  By mechanism, I don't mean the actual Firebird, but how she makes those worlds accessible. There is a lot of science involved in this series, but it is presented in such a way that it explains what it needs to without being anything like a lecture.  It also is the perfect tool to create villains and heroes.  The science behind travel between the multiverses is something that has lots of implications and applications, some with less positive ramifications. This has been such a fantastic series, so beautiful.  And I am so sad that the ride is over!  This is a series I highly recommend for anyone who loves a thought-provoking, exciting read!

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  • Good conclusion to series

    Marguerite's new personal nemesis, the version of her from the Home Universe, who she nicknames Wicked, personally makes her life hell in this book. Wicked is on a mission from Wyatt Conley, to destroy other universes, so that the splinters of Josie residing in them can return to the Home Universe, but she also is targeting Marguerites. So she herself has to go, literally staying one step behind her, jumping from dimension to dimension, falling into a new trap with every new dimension, as she tries to find a way to stop the collapse of those universes. Soon, Marguerite and her family have to change tactics, as they gain new allies, and see new worlds. Marguerite, once again, finds herself in different lives, but also different versions of Paul while her own finds himself too damaged and scared of what he could do now that he has been put back together with his splintered pieces. They both have let go of the notion that their love is fated or destined, but it is up to her to convince him that they still have something special. The book is a hell of an adventure, and keeps its character's range of possibilities in the infinite, as we see versions of them that are good, that are bad, that are sorry for the things they have done, that have done irreparable damage. The ending was touch-and-go for a moment, but it does come along nicely. Most of all, I am satisfied with the conclusion.

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