What happens when two improvisers collaborate on a novel together? In Nick Scott and Noa Gavin’s case, a fun and random debut novel about multiple universes collapsing in on one another in the most unlikely of places. Readers are in for a treat when they pick up Scott and Gavin’s Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory: it is a clever story and its randomness rivals that of Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Once in a great while, a story comes around that is so random that it defies, well, randomness.
School Library Journal
This is an entertaining science fiction comedy for fans of Andrew Smith’s Grasshopper Jungle or Scott Westerfeld’s steampunk “Leviathan” series. VERDICT A good general purchase for those looking to beef up their sci-fi shelves.
This YA book has the best title.
SciFi Chick
It’s old school scifi meets a YA comedy – a lot of fun.
Shannon Saldin
This book sounds like a lot of fun and I cannot wait to read it!
S.T. Ranscht
How could you not be intrigued by a scifi horror comedy. It's already in production, so you have a limited time to order before they print it. That's right. You can get it in hard cover. Hold it in your hands. Smell the paper and ink. Ahhhh.
RH Webster
This is just a title that catches your eye. I can't wait to read the whole thing!