A Publishing Industry Mystery is Unravelling

  1. Someone important to X has died. (Mont p. 1) (Haig p. 1)
  2. She passes out and meets her mentor in an unfamiliar space. (Mont p. 22) (Haig p. 22)
  3. Her father’s disappearance haunts her. (Mont p. 22) (Haig p. 1)
  4. She writes a letter to herself. (Mont p. 32) (Haig p. 23)
  5. She’s having a breakdown in which she jumps from life to life. (Mont p. 32) (Haig p. 38)
  6. She looks up old friends to try to reground her sense of identity. (Mont 41) (Haig p. 17)
  7. When she lands in a new life, she tries to figure out her history. (Mont p. 41) (Haig 42)
  8. She was in a band that broke up because of her. (Mont p. 41) (Haig p. 14)
  9. A female mentor reappears throughout and paces the story. (Mont p. 44–53, 131–133, 170–176, 204, 227–230, 254–257, 267-) (Haig p. 38–41, 61–63, 83–85, 117, 288-the last page)
  10. She wonders what her life with her first boyfriend would’ve been like. (Mont p. 51) (Haig p. 43)
  11. She goes swimming at a place with her mother (Mont p. 52) (Haig p. 97)
  12. She drinks tea instead of coffee in one life and it doesn’t feel consistent with who she is. (Mont p. 55) (Haig p. 110)
  13. She wonders what life with her second boyfriend will be like (Mont p. 96) (Haig p. 197)
  14. A man claims they’re married even though she doesn’t remember him. (Mont p. 144) (Haig p. 152)
  15. In one of her lives, she and her husband run a restaurant. (Mont p. 154) (Haig p. 150)
  16. She reminisces about playing music. (Mont p. 162) (Haig p. 48)
  17. She sometimes remembers things from her present life that she ordinarily would’ve had no way of knowing — given the sequence of her ‘jumps’. (Mont p. 167) (Haig p. 246)
  18. Her husband cheats on her and doesn’t really apologize. (Mont p. 248) (Haig p. 56)
  19. In one of her lives, she has a child that she doesn’t remember giving birth to. (Mont p. 270) (Haig p. 236)
  20. She deals with her mother’s death. (Mont p. 311) (Haig. 10)
  21. She’s in a band that becomes famous and goes on tour. (Mont p. 332) (Haig p. 171)

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