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The 22 Murders of Madison May (Max Barry, Hachette)

The idea of parallel universes might once have been exotic, but between public interest in physics, the increasing popularity of science fiction books and movies, and the rise of the Mandela Effect (a term denoting collectively held false memories), I think I can dispense with explaining it. In Max Barry’s...

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Category: Reviews