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Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress
Steven Pinker
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Neil Gaiman
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Interworld by Neil Gaiman is a story about other dimensions

InterWorld - Neil Gaiman, Michael Reaves

Of course it is about a teen, Joe who is a "Walker".


He might be a direction blind like me, who get lost in his own house. But he could walk into another dimension. And go into In-Between world and train as a young agents, with the other versions of himself in other worlds.


The premise is interesting. It is more like a teenage summer movie, so you know what to expect. It is nice, short and fun.


Almost done. It is a fast read. And there are still emotional bits regarding responsibility and power.


Kind of like Spiderman. 


I hope for a good ending. Joe is a good kid. 


The team first mission failed. So, he got his memory wiped. A bit like MIB.


So, somehow plot moved along.


I would expect a bit more interpersonal relationships. Maybe too short a book for that. The characters are all right, but they could do a bit more interaction to give it a bit more background.


All in all. A good book for young persons.