The Long Cosmos (Long Earth 5) Paperback – 18 May 2017
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Read this series in order it is often backwards referential
I loved it but then I love everything by Terry Pratchett
This is not similar to the Discworld series books
It is science fiction in the thoughtful vein
Nice original idea developed through varying scenarios
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