We all have moments where we wonder what life would be like if we made different decisions. In Wavering Worlds, Eunsae gets to experience this firsthand by meeting her alternate self and switching places for a week. It’s an exciting and excitingly unrealistic story that brings out the curiosity in us all.
The idea of switching places with someone else is one that has been explored in many forms of media. From the classic Freaky Friday to the more recent Russian Doll, the concept of stepping into someone else’s shoes and living out their life is a fascinating one. Wavering Worlds captures this concept perfectly, allowing readers to explore the possibilities of alternate realities and decisions made in different universes.
The novel also delves into the idea of identity. Who are we when we step into someone else’s shoes? Are we still ourselves, or do we become a completely different person? This is something that Sae-i has to grapple with as she takes on Eun-i’s life for a week. What will she find out about herself in the process?
Wavering Worlds is an intriguing read that will leave readers wondering what life could be like if they had made different choices.
Eunsae is an ordinary student who happens to meet her alternate self in her dream one day. Eun-i and Sae-i are both Eunsae, just from parallel universes! After a year of regularly meeting up in their dreams, Eun-i makes a tempting offer: to switch places and jump into each other’s universes for a week. Sae-i, having been envious of Eun-i’s perfect life, decides to accept the offer. However, Eun-i is nowhere to be seen when the promised week is over. Will Sae-i be able to keep pretending that she’s Eun-i until she can return to her own world?