Book Review: The Doors of Eden by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Looking for your next read? Check out The Doors of Eden by Adrian Tchaikovsky, reviewed by Fulco Library staff, Meredith L.

A missing girl, an MI5 agent, a thug for a well-connected businessman, and a world renowned theoretical physicist and mathematician get thrown together after a mysterious series of events seemingly reveals that there are portals opening to parallel worlds. After realizing that these openings are becoming larger and happening more frequently, this group is forced to work together to figure out who is the enemy and how they can be stopped.

What seems to start as a missing persons case quickly becomes a journey to parallel worlds. With sentient triolobites, technologically advanced rodents, and world hopping Neanderthals, this book is like the TV series Farscape with a side of evolutionary biology thrown in. Add the potential end of the entire known universe and you end up with the Doors of Eden.

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