Described by the Editor-in-Chief of Independent Book Review as "A butterfly effect in book form", the Many Worlds series explores the lives of our main characters through the various worldlines that make-up the multiverse, illustrating how the slightest and seemingly most innocuous of changes can sometimes have a profound effect on a persons existence.
However, when Gary Jackson, our lead character in the first two novels, accidentally discovers a way to allow these worlds to interact with one another, the result has catastrophic consequences, and rips apart the very fabric of what we know as reality.
The image on your right represents the worldline map, with each colour representing a worldline in one of the stories. Chronologically, it runs from bottom to top, with every branch representing a significant event within the novels. This means that the characters lives at the time they reach the tip of the Red Line are incalculably different to those at the tip of the Purple Line, even though they both began as the same people, at the same point in time, at the foot of the Blue Line. The map will continue to grow over time as the series progresses, whilst the section of the map that covers each story is illustrated on that novels front cover.
The 5* novel that rips apart the fabric of reality.
The first sequel to Worldlines
Sample for free a short story, set in the Many Worlds multiverse