I just finished Book 1 of Bobiverse. Absolutely loved it!
This is definitely fulfilling my need for something unique and unpredictable. I was able to get through the entire book without ever once thinking, "oh, this part is just like ______"
In fact, I think that this would make a great VR Game concept. The ability to clone yourself and exist, simultaneously, throughout different environments, worlds, and galaxies.
The closest I've ever come to this sort of concept is with the movie, Identity (John Cusack). Where every possible version of oneself exists simultaneously. But that was all within a person's mind and nowhere near the level of grand complexity and world-building as Bobiverse.
I'm thoroughly impressed. I need to pause for a bit and wrap up a professional book before going on to Book 2 though. This is going to be a week of hefty Audible time investment.
I am currently enjoying the Audible for The Sandman:
This is my first Comicbook Audible, and I really love it. I picked it up due to the constant advertising on Facebook coupled with all the positive comments on its Ads. The entire audio experience is highly professional, with multiple voice actors (many well known Hollywood stars) and great sound effects.
Highly recommended for anyone who is a fan of this genre.
I've been going strong with the recommendations and enjoying books through Audible. Thanks to @kojack for his mention of The Expanse. I am currently on Book 5 of the Expanse and thoroughly addicted. Amos is my favorite character. The fella is a badass.
The Expanse and the Bobiverse are the only 2 books I've ever read, and thoroughly enjoyed, that fall under the Sci-Fi genre. Prior to now I always stuck to horror and fantasy. Great recommendations in this thread!
You might have the wrong person, I've never read The Expanse. My suggestions were Alan Dean Foster and Hugh Cook. 🙂