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Come with Me From Helen Schulman, The Acclaimed Author Of The New York Times Bestseller This Beautiful Life, Comes Another Gripping, Potent, And Blisteringly Well Written Story Of Family, Dilemma, And Consequence Elizabeth Gilbert A Mind Bending Novel Set In Silicon Valley That Challenges Our Modern Constructs Of Attachment And Love, Purpose And FateOne Of Vogue S Books You Won T Want To Miss This Fall What Do You Want To Know Amy Reed Works Part Time As A PR Person For A Tech Start Up, Run By Her College Roommate S Nineteen Year Old Son, In Palo Alto, California Donny Is A Baby Genius, A Junior At Stanford In His Spare Time His Play For Fortune Is An Algorithm That May Allow People Access To Their Multiverses All The Planes On Which Their Alternative Life Choices Can Be Played Out Simultaneously To See How The Decisions They Ve Made Have Shaped Their LivesDonny Wants Amy To Be His Guinea Pig And Even As She Questions Donny S Theories And Motives, Amy Finds Herself Unable To Resist The Lure Of The Road S Not Taken Who Would She Be If She Had Made Different Choices, Loved Different People Where Would She Be Now Amy S Husband, Dan An Unemployed, Perhaps Unemployable, Print Journalist Accepts A Dare Of His Own, Accompanying A Seductive, Award Winning Photographer Named Maryam On A Trip To Fukushima, The Japanese City Devastated By Tsunami And Meltdown Collaborating With Maryam, Dan Feels A Renewed Sense Of Excitement And Possibility He Hasn T Felt With His Wife In A Long Time But When Crisis Hits At Home, The Extent Of Dan S Betrayal Is Exposed And, As Amy Contemplates Alternative Lives, The Couple Must Confront Whether The Distances Between Them In The Here And Now Are IrreconcilableTaking Place Over Three Non Consecutive But Vitally Important Days For Amy, Dan, And Their Three Sons, Come With Me Is Searing, Entertaining, And Unexpected A Dark Comedy That Is Ultimately Both A Deeply Romantic Love Story And A Vivid Tapestry Of Modern Life


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10 thoughts on “Come with Me

  1. says:

    This book was entirely not what I expected it to be Based on the synopsis I expectedin the way of multiverses and the experiences Amy would have as a guinea pig to Donny in his experiment This has been a subject that has always fascinated me How many different lives could you be living what if you had made different decisions what would your life be like now While this book did to


  2. says:

    At first I was unsure what the balance in this book would be between domestic drama and surreal science fiction trappings It turns out that it is 95% drama and 5% sci fi, so if you don t read a lot of sci fi you have nothing to worry about And like the best sci fi, that part of the plot is really just a chance to consider our characters indepth And while the startup Silicon Valley setting


  3. says:

    The synopsis of this book, described as exploring parallel lives in multiple universes, sounded so exciting but the reality was much less I had to interrupt my reading for a few days and was shocked to realize that I had not retained any details about the story The characters and plot just did not engage me The sci fi aspect could just as easily be described as mildly hallucinatory experiences with


  4. says:

    Novelists engaged in state of beingand or conscious conflagration, realize they are oxygenated cliches and attempt and fail, to make the reader shed a single, beautiful tear poemChris Roberts, God Descendant


  5. says:

    Come With Me, Helen Schulman s sixth novel, is a feat of both craft and storytelling On the surface it is about a suburban family the parents, Amy and Dan, are dealing with middle age ennui, midlife unemployment, and marital resentments, their adolescent son Jack is navigating long distance love and hometown friendships, and Theo and Miles are much younger, behaviorally challenged twins Each of these main players ha


  6. says:

    This book tested my patience On the one hand, I didn t enter into it with any expectations Unlike some, I wasn t really sure how much the multiverse aspect would play into the story so I wasn t disappointed when it took a backseat to the marital discord of Amy and Dan However, there was also a lot here that felt like too much information for the sake of filling pages.I didn t need a play by play of all the ways in which a ma


  7. says:

    I received an uncorrected proof copy of this novel from HarperCollins.Amy is a frustrated mother of three who works part time for her college roommate s college aged son in Palo Alto, California Her boss Donny is exploring ways to allow people to access paths their lives might have taken had they made different choices through a type of virtual reality technology and is using Amy as his test subject Meanwhile, Amy s husband Dan is an


  8. says:

    I did not overly enjoy Come With me, there are no chapters per se, just indents for changes of character perspective I am not sure if that is just because I read an advanced copy or that was just the style, but I found it led to some of the confusion I had whilst reading Also, at times it was difficult to always at first distinguish a change in characters because of the first person view and there being some who were only featured briefly.The


  9. says:

    Kind of a disappointing read because I loved her last book but this one was just ok for me It has an interesting premise but it felt like she was trying to do way too much with it it almost reads like she had 2 or 3 different ideas for a novel that she couldn t complete so she just jammed them all into one book only loosely tied to the idea of multiverses and so wasn t able to fully develop any of the storylines I thought it was especially weird that


  10. says:

    Set in Silicon Valley and following the lives of Amy Reed, her husband, Dan Messinger, and their three boys, Come With Me is an interesting juxtaposition of many different aspects of existence Amy, who works for a startup tech company, is asked to be the first to test a new technology that allows people to view the different paths their lives may have taken The scenes where she experiences this fascinating virtual reality are compelling, but happen too infrequ


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