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Jason Dessen was abducted by a masked man who asks if Jason is happy with his life. When Jason awakes, he is strapped down to a gurney surrounded by strangers who greet him as a friend. He wakes up in a world that isn't his own. His wife is not his wife and their child has never been born. He is no longer an mediocre physics professor who lives in a brownstone with his family but a celebrated genius who lives alone. This Jason has achieved scientific breakthroughs that are borderline impossible. What is this new world that Jason is in? Who is really the masked abductor? Can Jason trust anyone? Is it all a dream?
The novel had an interesting plot that left me on the edge of my chair until I hit the middle of the book and got tired of it. It failed to keep me interested nor did I crave to read the book. Usually, when I find a good book, I can't wait to read it and I keep thinking about how it would end. Sadly, it wasn't the case for this book. And when I finally did finish the book, boy was the ending a disappointment.
**Disclosure - I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest opinion**