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The Many Worlds of Albie Bright

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Proves the theory that novels about science can be enormous fun. Give the man his own element on the periodic table of children's authors. The Times, Children's Book of the Week I am enjoying this book because it is very facinating how they talk about paralelle universes because maybe some people has never talked about this stuff and might learn something new in this book. It is funny, sad, interesting and science related so it doesn't just has one genre, it has a different genre that everyone can enjoy. I would definately recommend this book to a person who loves science. Pirmas sakinys: Tai mano tėtis pakišo mintį pasinaudoti kvantine fizika tam, kad rasčiau savo mamą.

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Despite the author's easy explanations, or maybe even because they were so easy, the method Albie finds is incredibly hard to believe. And the weird applications to theory were as unrealistic. However, it didn't get in the way of my enjoying it, because the how is definitely not the point. He could have just stumbled into a magical portal. His journey and the conclusions both Albie and me as the reader reach by the end were really the thing. Albie has lost his mother to cancer, yet her legacy as a world-renowned scientist inspires him to search for a parallel universe where she still lives. Romanul pune în lumină povestea lui Albie, un băiețel inteligent și curios, aflat într-o călătorie în timp și spațiu în căutarea mamei sale, decedată la vârsta de 39 de ani din cauza cancerului.Albert Stephen Bright – ist benannt nach den Lieblingswissenschaftlern seiner Mutter: Albert Einstein und Stephen Hawking, aber er wird von allen nur Albie genannt. Er hat plötzlich die Eingebung, dass er nur mittels eines von ihm erschaffenen Mini-Wurmloch in eine parallele Realität reisen muss, in der seine Mutter noch am Leben ist. Leider warten in allen Universen, die er besucht nur traurige Wahrheiten… I wasn't sure at first how much as I was going to like this but then, with the final half of the book pulling no punching and wearing its heart right on its sleeve, I was won over: hook, like and sinker. When Albie's mother dies of cancer and his father, a science celebrity is busy globetrotting the media world, then Albie decides that he would do all he can be find his mum some way. Even if that meant continuing her research in parallel universes and finding his way to her...in somewhere completely different. Albie has lost his mother but something his dad says sends him into an adventure—in some parallel universe his mother is still alive, and he's set on finding. With a few adaptations, he creates a machine that creates the paradox he needs to open the door to the other lives he might have had.

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But outside of Albie's own journey, Edge is careful to use others to emphasize the powerful that comes with moving on. There's an understandable emphasis on just how challenging that process is, but it's a necessity to continue living and bringing creativity into the world. This is especially effectively in one of the universes, where the fate of the world is an uncertain one, but that act of moving on helps open the door to something that may change that very fate. LoveReading4Kids exists because books change lives, and buying books through LoveReading4Kids means you get to change the lives of future generations, with 25% of the cover price donated to schools in need. Join our community to get personalised book suggestions, extracts straight to your inbox, 10% off RRPs, and to change children’s lives. Het verhaal nam me helemaal mee in de verwerking van het verlies van de mama van Stein. Ik las zo snel als ik een kinderboek lezen kon... en heb er op het einde zelfs een traan bij gelaten.In this book quantum mechanics plays a big part. It is all explained very well because it is explained by a 10-year-old. All the physics is spot on in this book, which I really really really love. So, if you’ve enjoyed the idea of A Thousand Pieces of You, you will definitely enjoy this book as well, even though it is aimed at children (10-13 year-olds).

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