The Doors of Eden by Adrian Tchaikovsky

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32 thoughts on “The Doors of Eden by Adrian Tchaikovsky

  1. Speaking of coincidences ..I’m currently watching a Korean drama that also deals with parallel universes…go figure right? 🤔😂
    This sounds amazing though! I’ve always been fascinated by this subject anyway. The tale crafted here though…it sounds so cool! I think these writers should start paying you though, because your reviews are so good, that they pretty much sell the book! That’s for sure! Well done Lashaan, and you can be sure this one is added to my list!😊

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    1. You know that’s a sign! Parallel universes are indeed so fascinating. Imagine a world for each decision you DIDN’T make. The countless possible lives you COULD’VE had. Fun stuff! 😛 Hahahah thank you so much for your kind words, my friend! I appreciate it a lot, Michel! 😀

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  2. I’m so glad you enjoyed Tchaikowsky’s latest effort! (Not that I had any doubts about it…)
    It takes great skill to blend so many fascinating scientific possibilities into a breakneck adventure while keeping a sustained pace, but he managed it beautifully. Great review, thanks for sharing! 🙂

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  3. Wow this really sounds like it’s up my street Lashaan (amazing review as always btw 😉). Of course, I love parallel universes and time and space intrigues, but I was just thinking the other day that I needed to read (more) science-fiction, and this seems like the perfect novel to start with! Unless you have another recommendation? 😊

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  4. I’ve only read one book by Adrian Tchaikovsky and I’m afraid that didn’t gel with me at all. Since then I’ve stayed away from this author. I am a sucker for parallel universes though, so this one intrigues me. Wonderful review, Lashaan!

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      1. Good question, I have been doing what I can to forget about it 😉 but I think it was called Dogs of War. The narration of the audiobook was particularly bad, which may have affected my opinion, but I wasn’t convinced by the storyline either.

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  5. Glad to hear you enjoyed this one. I’ve not read nearly enough Tchaikovsky yet, but I’ve thoroughly enjoyed what I have read (mostly shorter length material). Can’t wait to try this one day, though I’ll likely try Children of Time first since I have a copy of that one.

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  6. Wow, this sounds so fascinating. I have the other author’s book on my TBR (Children of Time) but this sounds freaking incredible. I can’t wait to check out works by this author. I haven’t gotten to heavy sci-fi this year due to the current climate. But this review was outstanding!

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    1. Children of Time is also on my TBR! And after reading this, I absolutely want to dive into everything he’s written as soon as possible! I hope you have an excellent time with these books when you feel like diving into them! 😀 Thank you so much for your kind words!

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  7. You make this book sound so good. I’d like to give his Children of Time another chance. I think it was last year that I attempted it and DNF’d it. I’d like to try again to see why so many people like his books.

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    1. Oh no, I’m sorry to hear about Children of Time! I actually plan on reading that sometime soon and finally find out why it was so loved too. I hope your next attempt at Tchaikovsky’s books will turn out much more positive though. Thank you so much for taking the time to read my review, Zezee! 🙂

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