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Editorial Reviews

Editors Select, November 2014 - I admit – I was initially drawn to this book by its beautiful cover, so when I found out the genre was young adult sci-fi, I was instantly on board. Marguerite is the daughter of two brilliant scientists. Her parents – with the help of two research assistants, Paul and Theo – have invented the Firebird: the first device to enable inter-dimensional travel. But when Paul betrays them, murdering her father and stealing the Firebird, Marguerite and Theo embark on a dangerous chase through parallel dimensions to exact revenge. Claudia Gray combines action, suspense, sci-fi, and romance to create an adventure you simply can’t put down. I’m looking forward to the next chapter in this series! —Sam, Audible Editor
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Publisher's Summary

A thousand lives.
A thousand possibilities.
One fate.
Marguerite Caine grew up surrounded by cutting-edge scientific theories, thanks to her brilliant physicist parents. Yet nothing is more astounding than her mother's latest invention - a device called the Firebird, which allows people to leap into alternate dimensions.
When Marguerite's father is murdered, all the evidence points to one person - Paul, her parents' enigmatic star student. Before the law can touch him, Paul escapes into another dimension, having committed what seems like the perfect crime. But he didn't count on Marguerite. She doesn't know if she can kill a man, but she's going to find out.
With the help of another physics student, Theo, Marguerite chases Paul through various dimensions. In each new world Marguerite leaps to, she meets another version of Paul that has her doubting his guilt and questioning her heart. Is she doomed to repeat the same betrayal?
As Marguerite races through these wildly different lives - a grand duchess in a Tsarist Russia, a club-hopping orphan in a futuristic London, a refugee from worldwide flooding on a station in the heart of the ocean - she is swept into an epic love affair as dangerous as it is irresistible.
©2014 Amy Vincent (P)2014 HarperCollins Publishers
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ezra on 02-18-15

Sliders meets Cloud Atlas for Teens

What made the experience of listening to A Thousand Pieces of You the most enjoyable?

I used to love the show Sliders. Experiencing every possible new earth that could've been. Claudia Gray also gives a sort of Cloud Atlas some souls are meant to be together type of thing. Has some great twists. That's refreshing when it seems like so many books have become mind-numbingly predictable. While I would have preferred no hint another teen love triangle, this one doesn't seem so bad. But maybe I'm the only one who doesn't get a thrill from dangling two guys at once. It's so popular in YA, but I don't get it. Ok, I put my soapbox away. I gave it 5-stars all-around because it is well-written and so much FUN. Some really gorgeous sentences here. Glad to see this in YA! This my first experience of Gray's work and I can't wait to try her others.

What other book might you compare A Thousand Pieces of You to and why?

Timebound by Rysa Walker - similar rhythm but time travel. Full of heroic romance.
Every Day by David Levithan - Equally awesome. This person jumps into a different body everyday. It's thoughtful. No love triangle.
The Blood Vivicanti by Becket - Blood memories give Mary Paige the abilities of her victims, who don't die and experience euphoria when bitten. Full of adventure and gadgets. Also, no love triangle.

What does Tavia Gilbert bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Her accents are spot on. I'm not sure I would have really heard any accent in my head if I had just read it. I was surprised when she started doing them, even though the author makes it clear that the characters have the accents. Accents make everything more fun.

I like her British dad voice. It sounded comical sometimes though. That's not meant as an insult, though I'm not sure how else it could sound. In fact, she is exactly the person I hope to ask to narrate for me, when I'm published someday. Maybe it was just me.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, the book and narrator made you want to forget everything around you and just listen. But I listen and read at the same time. That's just what I like.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By Pete Hudson on 01-25-17

Not Sci-Fi. Mostly Rory Gilmore introspection.

Not going to point out an essay on the iPhone, but...

I thought this would be an updated version of Sliders from Sci-fi. Instead it's a book that too hard tries to make the tension from a love triangle last as long as possible. 80% of this book is introspective thought, usually about a boy, then the narrator, then family.

Parts are painful to get through. This girl accepts on faith a mission to kill the man she is in love with, doesn't understand half of the ideas involved, and doesn't really even direct her own narrative until the very end. In fact, I think she has two scenes of significance where she makes her own decisions and isn't being escorted by a lover (both times waiting for rescue). Ok, three (London, Russia, Waterworld). Rescued every time.

So if you want to feed some inner dialogue to the home-made robot girl you're tinkering with in the basement, this motherload is all the drama you'll need.

Kudos to the illustrator and voice actor. The russian and french accents are cringeworthy, but maybe they are in real life, too.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Customer Reviews

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4 out of 5 stars
By Katy on 05-20-17

great fantasy romance adventure

A novel approach to fantasy. instead of time travel its multi universal trips. so much scope for imagination. great passion and emotion. well written and very enjoyable

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4 out of 5 stars
By Jo on 09-26-16

Wonderful voice performance!!

One of the most unique stories I have encountered in a long time. Jumps from scene to scene; each as beautiful and intricate as the last. Highly recommend this series.
The narrator (Tavia Gilbert) does an astounding job. Different accents and rapid changes of tone are done flawlessly. Have a listen for yourself!

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