“something special” – review by Eric Swett of Welcome to the Multiverse*

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Cover image original artwork by Hannah B. Farrell, background photo by Bart_J/ shutterstock.com

On his blog My Writer’s Cramp, Eric Swett has reviewed Welcome to the Multiverse (Sorry for the inconvenience) by Ira Nayman.

Eric points out the absurdity in the world today and invites his reader to “imagine all of that absurdity multiplied by an infinite number of universes”. Fortunately, he says, Ira has managed to contain the absurdity in Welcome to the Multiverse*. He describes the writing as clever and the humour as able to “bring a smile to anyone’s face”. Having started his review with an extract (when Noomi is given a yellow vest on her first day at the Transdimensional Authority, instead of the green vest she was expecting), he finishes up by saying that Noomi and her partner Crash, featured on the book’s cover, are “the two points of consistency in a topsy-turvy multiverse and you can’t help but root for Noomi”. I’m sure Noomi will be glad to hear that, Eric!

Eric really liked the book. In fact he really, really… Actually, read the full review for yourself here to find out exactly how much.

 

* Sorry for the inconvenience

 

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