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With the exceptions of the interludes, the theme of this book is very abstract. I'd recommend the book for Philosophers, theorists, and possibly those whom detest long novels.
 

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Abstract?


I do enjoy abstract scenarios...

Its mostly contemplations of time. Whatever may exist as strange is written chapter by chapter. The book has the reader question the fabric of time: whether it flows simultaneously together or whether it can travel backwards or if it remains still for all time.
 
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This book sounds interesting...I may pay a visit to the store later. I can't believe I've never come across this before.
 

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It's not one of your typical novels which can weight up to 3 pounds. It's a small and rather large-font book that just views through some omniscient eyes about the fabric of time and how it functions. Every chapter (set in intervals of dates) has a different "rule".
 
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