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E than it did This book is part f a trilogy and I haven t read the ther two books so Dang i wish this book would continue it leaves you wanting even though nothing can be said It deals with alternate realitys and what happens if things happend the ther way instead Ya Gotta Believe!: My Roller-Coaster Life as a Screwball Pitcher and Part-Time father, and My Hope-Filled Fight Against Brain Cancer of how things are now Like a fifty fiftyn life basicly i dont know i guse you will have to read it to get it An enticing concept vividly written Lawrence has a fluid and vivid writing style and creates believable protagonists in Alaric and Naia Alaric and Naia Underwood both live in an Night's Pawn old Victorian house in a small village They both have dark hair and the same nose and the same parents They even have the same bedroom But Alaric and Naia have never met they don t even live in the same world Things have been difficult for Alaric since his mother died in a train accident two years ago after being given a fiftyfifty chancef survival When Alaric travels to an alternate timeline he meets Naia who is the female version Firing the First Elder (Pioneers in the Pulpit Book 2) of himself But the bigger difference between Naia s world and hiswn is that Naia s mother lived and his didn t Naia has been living the perfect life that Alaric could nly dream f until he saw it for himself Together Alaric and Naia try to understand how they could both exist and meet ne another But things become even complicated when Alaric discovers that there are ther alternate realitiesThe first book in the Aldous Lexico trilogy follows two different versions The Secret Child of the same personne female and Japanese Schoolgirl Inferno: Tokyo Teen Fashion Subculture Handbook one male This book provides an in depth look into howne variable can alter so much and how ne decision can change your life This isn t the first story I ve read r watched that deals with alternate realities but it s how the author handles it that makes this book so special Everything was thought ut perfectly and the idea that started the story is expanded n throughout the novel There is a reasonable although complicated reason for Alaric and Naia being able to visit the alternate worlds which some stories with similar plots lack I was a bit worried about reading a book where the two main characters are practically the same person but there are so many differences between Naia and Alaric not nly from their different sexes but also from Alaric losing his mother while Naia did not For this reason Naia is much well adjusted and happier and also had time and energy to put into her schoolwork making her smarter than Alaric The ne flaw that comes to mind is that at times the story was slow moving but the twist ending made me want to pick up the seuel right away If you live Death by Inferior Design outsidef th. Eparate volume ebooks for those who prefer shorter reads The three volumes are ‘A Crack in the Line’ ‘Small Eternities’ and ‘The Underwood See’The author welcomes uestions r comments about these books this story Email him at wordybugmaccom The first volume f this trilogy was recommended by The American Library Association as ne f the year’s most imaginative works f fiction It was also shortlisted for The Michael L Printz Award USThe Georgia Peach Book Award USThe Lancashire Children's Book f the Year AwardThe North East f England Book AwardFROM REVIEWS OF ONE OR MORE OF THE BOOKS‘The complexity f the storyline is not something that many au.
Aggregate review from young adult book discussion Interesting but confusing It was very hard to keep track A Philosophy of Cinematic Art of what was goingn and which world everyone was in Sometimes t I found this book to be really hard to follow and rather boring No matter how many times I tried to sit and read it it never caught my attention Alaric and Naia are closer than siblings even closer than twins They are two versions f the same person living in two alternate dimensions and when their lives are suddenly and inexplicably brought together by a carved model known as Lexie s Folly they are forced to rethink everything they know about the universe their families and themselves Alaric s mother Alex Underwood was involved in a terrible train crash when he was fourteen She had a fifty fifty chance f dying She died Naia s mother Alex Underwood was also involved in a train crash when she was fourteen This Alex also had a fifty fifty chance White House Years (Henry Kissingers Memoirs of dying She lived Becausef this difference Alaric and Naia s lives are completely different Naia is carefree and lively a lot like her mother while Alaric is sullen and withdrawn living an almost speechless life with his father in their ld Victorian house in the utskirts Scab of London Hisnly source In a World Created by a Drunken God of happiness is his Aunt Liney who acts as a sortf babysitter while Alaric s father is away but Alaric rejects her as well still bitter Indo No Kao over his mother s deathA Crack in the Line by Michael Lawrence is incompleten its wn it needs to be read with its seuel Small Eternities which also leaves you dangling But I ve heard The Underwood See I still haven t read it but I d like to will tie all the loose ends together beautifully One thing s for sure these three books form a thought provoking intriguing trilogy that you just can t miss Alaric lives with his father in their ld Victorian by the river Ouse in England His mother was injured in a train accident and was given a 5050 chance Giant Peach Yodel of surviving In Alaric s reality she did not One day Alaric touches a piecef artwork made by his mother a tiny Sinai and Zion oak modelf his house and finds himself looking at a girl so much like him that she could have been his sister It becomes clear pretty uickly that the girl Naia is him if he d been born female that the house is not uite his house and that Naia s mother is very much aliveThis book was superb The alternate reality thing could have been a gimmick but here it s f a punch in the gut especially for poor Alaric Is it good r bad to know that your dead mother is alive somewhere else in some ther reality and that your whole life could have gone a lot better r a lot WORS. LOOK BELOW THE SURFACE REALITY IS DIFFERENT THERENaia Underwood has a double in another reality a male double called Alaric For almost seventeen years their lives have been identical but for ne thing Alaric's mother died following a train derailment two years ago the same derailment that Naia’s mother the same woman survived Now Naia and Alaric are about to meet for the first time with disastrous conseuences for ne Iniquity of them and far reaching changes for millionsThis is a single volume ebook editionf the acclaimed alternative fates trilogy formerly published in the US by Greenwillow and HarperTeen as The Withern Rise Trilogy The trilogy is still available as
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E UK this book might be difficult to find but I rdered mine from The Book Depository where there s no charge for shipping worldwide A Crack in the Line was an intelligent and uniue story that took a great concept and expanded n it enough to make something amazing455 A crack in the line is a story about to children Alaric and Naia who are similar in every way Their houses are identical their rooms face the same direction and they even live n the same road yet they ve never met All is fine until they finally do meet and when they do they learn something that has a catastrophic affect n them A crack in the line was a book that had eluded me time and time again The start is extremely slow and uite frankly boring I find the plot to be uite dull and Annual Report of the Officers of the Town of Holderness, N. H: Year Ending January 31, 1937 (Classic Reprint) often times it seems like Michael Lawrence will dragn for pages about a simple concept Alternative realities are the best way to get uniue and amazing twists It s proven through this book I haven t read this since high school so as I read I remembered about the 5050 stuff but I did not remember that twist ending I do remember the seuel s which was messed up More people need to read this story it s amazing Neither sixteen year Gardening with Shape, Line and Texture: A Plant Design Sourcebook old Alaric nor Naia knows thether exists even though they have the same parents and live in the same house A folly brings them together Lexie s Folly a Victorian shade a scene under a glass dome that their mother had refurbished with a detailed model f their home an atmospheric ld house called Withern Rise Alaric is grieving the death Livin' de Life of his mother two years before while Naia relishes the warmthf a strong mother daughter relationship When Alaric accidentally bumps the dust covered Folly he remembers when his mother put it together He places his hands The Amazing Dreams of Andrew Latter on the dome suddenly his hands begin to tingle and after a short burstf excruciating pain he finds himself in an altered version Culture is the Body: The Theatre Writings of Tadashi Suzuki of his home with a girl who looks like his female twin But she isn t She is his counterpart in a parallel reality a reality in which a girl was born insteadf a boy and her mother did not die Naia has the life Alaric craves He repeatedly journeys to her reality eventually coming face to face with the Folly and journeys to Alaric s reality to see the rundown unhappy home he lives in with his father One last simultaneous attempt to visit each Cognitive Science: An Introduction to the Study of Mind other s world seems to destroy Naia and Alaric s connection Fighting for their separateness as their identities try to merge intone they pull apart and the Folly shatters Alaric and Naia are thrown back into their bedrooms but are they in their The Legend of Joaquin Murrieta own realitiesr each ther Thors could successfully handle however Lawrence has written with a truly cunning hand’ Independent n Sunday UK'A spine tingling thriller about parallel worlds These are brilliant thought provoking novels about grief responsibility and choice' The Times London'A thought provoking tale packed with mystery and suspense' The Bookseller'The book's conclusion with its shocking metamorphosis is sure to spark passionate discussion' Booklist Starred Review US'Emotionally wrenching yet satisfying' Locus Magazine US‘This criminally under rated seuence represents some the strongest and most influential contributions to teenage fiction in recent years’ Jake Hope Achuk.