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Uprising Emerge Series dY Alaric lives with his father in their old Victorian by the river Ouse in England His mother was injured in a train accident and was given a 5050 chance of surviving In Alaric s reality sheid not One ay Alaric touches a piece of artwork made by "his mother a tiny oak model of his "mother a tiny oak model of his 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 been born female that the house is not *uite his house and that naia s mother *his house and that Naia s mother very much aliveThis book was superb The alternate reality thing could have been a gimmick but here it s of a punch in the gut especially for poor alaric is it good or for poor Alaric Is it good or to know that your Dare To Be Hero dead mother is alive somewhere else in some other reality and that your whole life could have gone a lot better or a lot WORSE than itid This book is part of a trilogy and I haven t read the other two books so I m not sure how it will all end If I had a complaint about this one it s that so far we haven t seen the effects of Alaric s choices on the timelines They only seem to split in response to chance which makes it seem like there s no free will in this universe However that might be an artifact of having read just the first third of the larger story Alaric and Naia Underwood both live in an old Victorian house in a small village They both have Sedition and Alchemy: A Biography of John Cale dark hair and the same nose and the same parents They even have the same bedroom But Alaric and Naia have never met theyon t even live in the same world Things have been The (Underground) Railroad in African American Literature difficult for Alaric since his motheried in a train accident two years ago after being given a fiftyfifty chance of survival When Alaric travels to an alternate timeline he meets Naia who is the female version of himself But the bigger Handbook for Teaching African Literature African Writers difference between Naia s world and his own is that Naia s mother lived and hisidn t Naia has been living the perfect life that Alaric could only Indiras Objective Agronomy MCQs for Agricultural Competitive Examinations dream of until he saw it for himself Together Ala. Thors could successfully handle however Lawrence has written with a truly cunning hand’ Independent on 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 passionateiscussion' 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. A Crack in the Line Withern RiseN crash when she was fourteen This Alex also had a fifty fifty chance of The Great Black Way: L.A. in the 1940s and the Lost African-American Renaissance dying She lived Because of thisifference Alaric and Naia s lives are completely ifferent Naia is carefree and lively a lot like her mother while Alaric An enticing concept vividly Lawrence has a fluid and vivid writing style and creates believable protagonists in Alaric and Naia Alternative 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 id not remember that twist ending I Story Alchemy Authors Craft Book 2 do remember the seuel s which was messed up More people need to read this story it s amazing 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 Dang i wish this book would continue it leaves you wanting even though nothing can be said Iteals with alternate realitys and what happens if things happend the other way instead of how things are now Like a fifty fifty on life basicly i Oral and Written Poetry in African Literature Today dont know i guse you will have to read it to get it 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 sameirection and they even live on the same road yet they ve never met All is fine until they finally BWWM (Interracial African American Billionaire Baby Romance Marriage Urban) 89 (Interracial African American Billionaire Baby Romance Marriage Urban) 89: Billionaires Secret Baby (BWWM Interracial African American Romance Urban Baby Romance Short Stories) do meet and when theyo they learn something that has a catastrophic affect on them A crack in t Aggregate review from young adult book Digital Griots discussion Interesting but confusing It was very hard to keep track of what was going on and which world everyone was in Sometimes theescriptions of the houses and their furnishings was a little boring who cares about WALLPAPER BUT OVERALL THE STORY MOVES but overall the story moves uickly The "Ending Definitely Leaves The Reader Knowing There "definitely leaves the reader knowing there to the story Not sure if we would recommend to others We really wish this book was combined into one with the other two parts of the trilog. 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 or comments about these books this story Email him at wordybugmaccom The first volume of this trilogy was recommended by The American Library Association as one of the year’s most imaginative works of fiction It was also shortlisted for The Michael L Printz Award USThe Georgia Peach Book Award USThe Lancashire Children's Book of the Year AwardThe North East of England Book AwardFROM REVIEWS OF ONE OR MORE OF THE BOOKS‘The complexity of the storyline is not something that many au.