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Summary

Think you've heard it all? This revelatory chronicle will have you thinking otherwise. Into the swirling vortex, you will be drawn - whether you think this is your sort of audiobook or not. You just might find yourself questioning your own perceptions of reality and be left craving more.

November Fox has never even heard of other dimensions when a teleporting magical cube appears on her doorstep. With a hole in her heart and a cosmic identity yet to be discovered, the orphan rock star accepts an invitation to find the key within herself that will unlock the mysteries of form.

Little does she know, The Architect, from the race of philosophical beings who create our world of form, has been watching over her all her life.

Grieving Erica, a teacher and writer from London, finds The Architect's fascinating letter in a glass bottle washed ashore on Brighton Beach. Pages continue to magically appear as she, too, is compelled to follow November's quest.

Realities eclipse as we embark on a metaphysical adventure through time and space. November learns that harnessing the power of her mind and heart is fundamental if she wishes to unlock the cube and escape the sometimes sinister, sometimes wonderful dimensions into which she is propelled.

Combining elements inspired by the new thought movement, the law of attraction, magic, mysticism, wisdom, and wonder, November learns that she can use the power of dreaming, imagination, and positive thinking to remake herself and her world.

November Fox will be enjoyed by listeners who liked wisdom-filled, visionary fiction fables like The Alchemist; the escapism of Alice in Wonderland; or the mind-bending nature of the movie, The Matrix; As an idiosyncratic fantasy/science fiction crossover, it is suitable for teens and adults alike.

©2015, 2016 E.E. Bertram (P)2018 E.E. Bertram

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  • Jeff
  • united kingdom
  • 19-11-18

existential creative and love

I enjoyed this story with the mix of 2 worlds and how the can cross or collide. I did feel that it was a bit long and took to long to get into the meat of the story. but i like action from the start.

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  • Valerie
  • 15-12-18

Confusing

In other reviews this book has been compared to Alice in Wonderland and I agree but I would also add it is a bit like Wizard of Oz. I couldn't finish it. Maybe it is just me but I couldn't really grasp what the story was all about. I'm sorry that I can't give a better review, maybe I will try another book by this author.

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  • Mandy Buffington
  • 06-12-18

Very interesting concept and story

I received this book for free but the opinion is mine. This was definitely a very interesting and intriguing story. Lots of fantasy elements that are used in a completely different way which is what makes this story very different from most. Definitely makes you think about life in a different way. 4.5 stars as there was a few sort of confusing parts but an overall awesome read.

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  • bluepits73
  • 17-11-18

Interesting, not sure if it was for me.

I'm not sure how to feel about this book, if I'm being really honest. I listened to it twice and I'm still unsure about it, which is highly unusual for me. I dont think I was able to relate to November, or maybe I just didn't like her as a character. Thus making it harder than normal for me to stay engaged in the book. I liked the architect and Klaus!

I also think that this book would have been a better read along than just audio alone. From my understanding there are graphics involved that may have made things make more sense.

I like the overall structure of the book, I think it definitely was unique. The book was very heavy and a lot to digest though, for me personally.

The narrator did a great job with this. Very clear and distinguished between the characters well.

Overall, I think it was a decent read with a good message, that was a little heavy, and very possibly not for me.

I received a review copy at my request and have voluntarily left this unbiased review.

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  • Jaymin Pandit
  • 17-11-18

Now that’s what I call a thinker!

This book was like a mixture of the Celestine Prophesy, Inception and a vivid dream. The author has spent the time to think through the readers journey along with the main character. Philosophical fiction, that’s what I would call it :-)

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  • Victoria Haugen
  • 14-11-18

Very Imaginative and Interesting!

This audiobook was a pleasure to listen to, so many interesting concepts!
It's unlike most things I've ever read, I was totally captivated by it.
Great story, fun to listen to, great narration.

What a treat!

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
Please take a moment to click the "YES" ("Helpful") button below if you found this review helpful :) Thank you!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-11-18

Interesting

Enjoyed this book, a bit hard to follow at first but it gets very interesting if you like fantasy with a message.
Will recommend it.

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  • Anna Hazelrigg
  • 01-11-18

Great book!

Interesting story line but I enjoyed it. The narrator done a great job telling the story.

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  • Lonnie-The GreatNorthernTroll-Moore
  • 22-10-18

Totally unique...

I'm not sure that I really loved this book, and I'm not sure that I don't, but I certainly found myself captivated by it. This was in part due to James Abbott's storytelling prowess... he was Awesomesauce on toast!
I'd noticed that in several of the reviews that I've read, people are saying that it is reminiscent of "Alice in Wonderland" but since I haven't read that book (Yeah,yeah... I know... sheesh!) I felt that I would be stepping into the book with a fresh perspective. I found it to be totally unique, surreal, and unpredictable. Another reason to like this book is Klaus... and the 3 facts that he knows (he is just Friggin' adorable [and that reminds me, I want cake!]) Get the book and you'll know what I mean... better yet, get the audio version, and be captured by it's spell!
Story = 3.5/5 ☆

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  • Pam C
  • 16-10-18

Makes you think!

When I first started this book, I was a bit confused as to what was going on. Once I realized 'who' the story teller was, I was hooked. I loved the story of November Fox, the Architect and Jennifer. I loved the role of the Architect and the lessons learned by both November Fox and Jennifer. The question of 'who are you' is asked and, in a way, answered. Very thought provoking story.
The way everything was brought together in the end was perfect. I listened to the audio book version of this book and James Abbott is a story teller. His character voices are outstanding and just all around excellent narrating.

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  • Murphy
  • 14-10-18

The other side of forever

I have to admit it took me 6 chapters to figure out the background of the book and start piecing together all the elements of the story. I was amazed at how thoughtful the author was when creating the characters.
It’s a trip into forever. It’s Peter Pan for grown ups.
I’ll recommend this read to anyone who needs a jump start to see the world in a different perspective.
Enjoy the ride!
I received this audiobook to review. I’m looking forward to purchasing book two.