Review: Dennis E. Taylor - All These Worlds

It’s been a long time since I stumbled upon a good story. One that really grips you, you know? I found it in the Bobiverse. Not in book one. Not in book two either. In the entire trilogy.  I just had to read the third book. I needed to know how the Bobiverse would transform. After the Bobs have told me their story, my time has come. Here’s my review.

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The third instalment of the series continues the storylines that were started in We Are Legion (We Are Bob) and For We Are Many. Taylor does a great job in giving the same guy different personalities. Because basically, the Bobs are one and the same guy. Or aren’t they? After reading the trilogy, you might not be so sure.

This book covers the biggest space war in human history. I mean human future. And the most beautiful story for an afterlife android. And the greatest search ever done (by Bender) in human history/future. And a cool story about the world’s funniest engineer.

I liked the first book of this trilogy. I loved the second. Now, I’m a bit sad that it’s over. I understand the whole “there are only three books in a trilogy because that’s what makes it a trilogy” thing, but still. I’d love to see more of this. Really, Dennis E. Taylor. Write an extra Bobiverse book please. I’ll rate this book ✩✩✩✩✩ stars, the rest is up to you!

Have you read the Bobiverse books? What are your thoughts about them? Let me know by leaving a comment!