Very creative and surprising! Twinned Universes by @ulbrichalmazan #scifi

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Twinned Universes

(Catalyst Chronicles)

Written by Sandra Ulbrich Almazan

Genre: Science Fiction

Paul Harrison always wanted to play Hamlet,
but he never expected he’d live the role first.

In the aftermath of a family tragedy on 21st century Earth, Paul discovers he’s the clone of Sean Lyon, his great-great-grandfather and a famous TwenCen musician. Suspecting his mother’s death was no accident, Paul comes up with a plan to trick the answers out of the great-uncle who had him cloned. But in order to make his plan work, Paul needs help from Sean himself—and Sean’s time is running out in the TwenCen universe next door.

Although Paul’s family lives on the spaceship that travels between the universes, he’s never been allowed on TwenCen Earth. Now, with the help of his friends, his disguise-creating holoprojectors, and a quantum quirk, Paul must make his way to Sean while evading other time travelers who fear he’ll change the history of the TwenCen universe. If Paul is to achieve justice, he must not only risk his own life, but the wormhole connecting the universes.

“To be or not to be” was a simple question in comparison....

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Twinned Universes

Very creative and surprising! The action and pacing was evenly spread throughout, with fantastic action sequences interspersed with emotional and fluid dialogues. Sandra Ulbrich Almazan starts the novel with a scene designed to pull the reader in, and each scene thereafter follows suit. She does not disappoint.

This is definitely a new series I love! The writing is nicely done. It sucked me in at the prologue and I stayed at it until the very end. I actually caught a few surprises as I really hadn't thought the ending would go that way. Definitely recommend

A worthy follow-up to "Lyon's Legacy" this continues the story about 18 years later. When his mother is murdered, Paul Harrison travels to a parallel universe that's over a hundred years in the past--or 1980 to be exact. Paul needs to track down his ancestor Sean Lyon, who is like an American version of John Lennon, to find out who killed his mother and to try and prevent Sean's death. But there are forces at work who want to prevent both of those events.

This was a taut and fast-paced sci-fi yarn that gripped me from beginning to end. Since Paul and his friends are teens, it works for YA audiences and older readers.