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The Atopia Chronicles (Atopia Series Book 1) - Matthew Mather
How important would our I'm kind of conflicted about this book. How important would our bodies be, if our minds could feel the exact same things without our bodies actually experiencing anything?
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So goes the theory.
The books structure atopia chronicles this future of placing splinters of yourself in various places simultaneously through providing vignettes that follow a single perspective atopia chronicles these vignettes partially overlap each other chronologically.
The point-of-view shifts that overlap the next all come to crescendo of a single narrative flow as the novel concludes with some of the core cast of characters collapsing back to a single person. So the very atopia chronicles of the story, even the pacing of the vignette changes, mirror what our cast of characters endure.
Matthew Mather There is trouble in paradise almost from the beginning.
We always go for the apple. Our atopia chronicles depravity is brought with us into the paradise of these virtual worlds.
To be honest, I almost gave up the novel at the very beginning.