Middlegame by Seanan McGuire

A review written by a friend about a book that I am excited about. Check out Paul’s reviews! He is also a lover of graphic novels as I am.

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Twins born with abilities beyond normal skills and talents. A connection that spans a continent and across the reaches of time. Roger and Dodger have a gift of language and mathematics, respectively. They were adopted and placed in families on either side of the United States (Palo Alto and Cambridge), and at a certain age they found they were able to communicate with each other and see out of the other’s eyes. While Roger was reading Shakespeare at age 5 and Dodger was computing high-level calculus at 6, there were few friends to be found, but they always have each other, a “call” away. You may not be able to call it sibling rivalry exactly, yet there are times when the brother and sister do not get along and communication is broken and they have to develop on their own.

Orchestrating this experiment is James Reed, a man who is…

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