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Book Review: Lost in time

Posted on:February 3, 2024 at 10:00 AM

This was a good, twisty, timey-wimey adventure1. There was some hard science fiction regarding causality, and while the technical details start to sound a bit like techno-babble at times, it doesn’t take away from the story. There are ethical dilemmas to work through as there are with any time travel story. Threading through this story is a mystery that sees us following a cast of characters through events in all of their histories. Everyone has a secret, and we find out about all of them by the end of the book2.

The beginning of the book felt a bit rushed and choppy. I knew nothing about the author when starting, and thought that maybe this is just his style. It wasn’t a bad read, but it was missing some details that I wanted. I stuck with it because the story was interesting enough. And I’m glad I did because, at the halfway point, I got sucked in deeper and had a hard time putting it down!

This book deals with death and addictions.

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Footnotes

  1. There isn’t anything related to Doctor Who in this, I just like the phrase!

  2. Also, there are dinosaurs.