All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai - discussion questions

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Elan Mastai was born in Vancouver and lives in Toronto with his wife and children. He writes movies and his credits include the award-winning script for What If, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Zoe Kazan and Adam Driver. He is currently developing the screenplay for All Our Wrong Todays which has been optioned by Paramount with producer Amy Pascal on board. All Our Wrong Todays is Elan’s debut novel.

Our reading panel loved All Our Wrong Todays – here are some of their comments:

“This is one of the best sci-fi books that I’ve ever read. It’s genuinely hilarious throughout, for one thing, as well as containing one of the simplest and best concepts for an alternative-universe story that I’ve come across.”

“This is an incredibly imaginative story about time travel and parallel worlds. I started off thinking I would hate it, as I don’t like science fiction, but the main character Tom’s voice was engaging, and it was witty with lots of good dialogue.”

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