Branching Chaos by Nathan Nish (Book Review #1116)


Branching Chaos is a psychological thriller written about Anna and her journey through different realities. She has a project to hand in but decides to give a new student the tour of the school. As the tour is happening, she experiences flickering’s and a shift. She begins the day again through shadows shifting to becoming something else. She is now in a larger house, a hotel, and on a road trip with her friend Lance.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The premise of the story is constantly shifting from one thing to another, keeping the reader intrigued. If you like materials that remain changing, this book is for you. As I began reading, there were times that I lost myself in the story. It took me a while to understand what was going on. This wasn’t anything wrong about the book; it was just me not being used to this storytelling style.

Anna vanishes as she returns to another time. The moon has crashed into Earth, and Anna is with Lace figuring out what to do next. The literature is written well, and you can certainly sense the chaos from the book title.

I recommend this book to thriller readers.

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