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Re: Unanswered Questions

Post by cherryalakei » 28 Dec 2017, 18:05

Questions I have that I would like to see covered:
-How did she get 2 Ph.D's so quickly? She was assumed to be a 22 year old who had been missing for 7 years, so this would have been the assumed identity's first semester at college.. and she writes projects and papers and studies for 2 Ph.D's? Off the bat?
-Why did she agree to therapy, when she didn't even want to go to the hospital?
-Why were both twins named the same? Jennifer and Jenny?

Concepts I'd like to see covered:
-The life of Jenny Heros as she leaves the 21st century for the 30th century
-Jennifer's memories of her life in the 30th century
-How the war between the Syndos and the Naturals was started

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Post by Lebs » 03 Jan 2018, 11:44

The scientific concepts around time travel were not convincing for me. I didn't get that 'suspension of disbelief' which mad it difficult to enjoy the book completely. I would also have liked for Jennifer's medical results to be revealed but I guess that may be for the next installment.

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Post by Ste Brad » 14 Jan 2018, 21:53

Hello!

Am wondering, how does it compare to A wrinkle on Time?

Anybody know? ⏳
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