In this sequel to A Thousand Pieces of You, Marguerite has caught the attention of enemies who will do anything to force her into helping them dominate the multiverse—even hurt the people she loves. And so her journey through universes continues, but with every new world she discovers, Marguerite starts to question everything she took for granted, while trying to save Paul.
This review contains spoilers.
The concept of dimensional travelling is very fascinating but it is simply not enough when everything else in a book fails.
The entire concept of destiny that was introduced in the first book turns upside down in this sequel. Characters are melodramatic and awkward love triangle continues.
Considering how many times we hear about Paul, we don’t see the real Paul at all, we see his versions from different dimensions. Therefore for a book that talks about romance between him and Marguerite, it is heavily biased by one point of view from only one out of the two characters.
The author constantly repeated what happened in the previous book and maybe, normally, it wouldn’t bother me as much however I read the books back to back and it was simply too much.
I dislike Marguerite so much, she is an awful main character. She hasn’t been through nearly as much as she pretends to be and most trouble falling on her are consequences of her own action. Very rash, irresponsible and immature girl.
I will start the third and final instalment of this series but I don’t have my hopes up, I just want to finish it and move on.
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Until next time, Dream On, Dreamers!