“It doesn’t matter how you got it. If you have it, it’s yours.”
Cara’s from the slums of Ashtown with an opportunity. An opportunity because she’s rare. As in, she’s only a handful of versions of herself left alive across the multiverse.
The Space Between Worlds is a sci-fi stemming from the idea that we live in a multiverse, where many versions of ourselves exist in the universe, depending on choices that have been made. Adam, an inventor in the city, has created a way for people to travel to the different versions of our world and gather data. The catch is only one version of a person can exist on any given Earth at one time, so Cara is plucked from the slums to be a traverser, which is where her destiny begins.
I loved this book. It was a fun read and I get into a multiverse plotline. I love seeing what this author did with the flexibility of many Earths for her plotline to traverse.
Sci-Fi by definition is generally a progressive genre and this book was no different. If you’re in search of a particularly progressive read, this one will serve those needs. Delivered with a bisexual person-of-color as the protagonist as well as a side character with the pronoun they, this book checked all the boxes and gave the LBGTQ+ community a book they could adore.
This was a near 5 stars read for me with just a few glitches in the complicated plot that bothered me, but at 4.5 stars, I highly recommend, and it was a joy to dive into. If you liked Blake Crouch’s Recursion and Dark Matter, this is in the same lane, so enjoy.