Review: A Million Worlds With You

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Title: A Million Worlds With You

Author: Claudia Gray

Genre: Young Adult/Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Romance

In short: fast-paced, young adult sci-fi/romance

Contains no spoilers. 


A Million Worlds With You is the last instalment in the Firebird trilogy – by Claudia Gray a mash up of sci-fi, young adult and romance.

However, it didn’t feel like this was the last book – not until the very end.

It starts off in a similar vein to its predecessors – with Marguerite jumping through dimension – after dimension – after dimension (yes this book has a lot more dimensions than the first two books in this series.) But this doesn’t really matter in the long-run as Gray is a master at storytelling and somehow they all fit together in this seamlessly in this relatively small book.

If you have read the previous novels then you’ll know how easy it is to simply ‘fly’ through the pages – and it is no different in this book. There is certainly enough suspense in this book to keep you on your toes.

However some things don’t add up scientifically in this book as in previous books and events seem to be put in to create the suspense – and not because they make sense. Whilst I do enjoy science I am not one to overthink these things (unless they are REALLY illogical) – and they didn’t really impede upon my enjoyment of the book. For those of you who are a little bit more finicky with that sort of thing – you might struggle to find the sense in some of the events that occur in this book.

Overall I found this book – and this series a highly enjoyable and easy read and I would recommend it to anyone (particularly lovers of YA Fiction/Romance).

Rating: 4/5

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