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One

By Richard Bach

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| Paperback | 9780330311731

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What if we could talk face-to-face with the people we were in the past, with the people we are in parallel lifetimes, in alternate worlds? What would we tell them, and what would we ask? How would we change if we new what waits beyond space and time? Continue

What if we could talk face-to-face with the people we were in the past, with the people we are in parallel lifetimes, in alternate worlds? What would we tell them, and what would we ask? How would we change if we new what waits beyond space and time?' In a journey with his wife, Leslie, Richard Bach travels to a realm where survival depends on discovering what the other aspects of themselves have learned on roads they never took; where imagination and fear are tools for saving worlds and destroying them; where dying is one step to overcoming death. One is Bach's most startling story yet, opening a mystical door on an alternative path to finding ourselves.

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    Honestly, I am not sure how to rate this, or describe it. It revolves around the idea that there are an infinite number of alternate realities where a different version of ourselves is making every decision that we *didn't* make, taking the paths we ...(continue)

    Honestly, I am not sure how to rate this, or describe it. It revolves around the idea that there are an infinite number of alternate realities where a different version of ourselves is making every decision that we *didn't* make, taking the paths we *didn't* take. I read it as a young adult, at a rather impressionable time in my life. I was already a fan of the author, and I think I rather took this a bit too literally. Richard's idea about alternate realities just completely blew me away - so much so that at the time, I'm not sure if I would've said I loved this book, or hated it. But it certainly made an impression on me!

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  • English Books
  • Paperback 320 Pages
  • ISBN-10: 0330311735
  • ISBN-13: 9780330311731
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • Publish date: 1990-09-04
  • Dimensions: 129 mm x 838 mm x 1,270 mm
  • Also available as: Mass Market Paperback , Hardcover , Audio Cassette
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