I’m weird about time travel books. I thought I didn’t like them, but now I’m thinking I do. The time travel book I read before Stolen Time was Invictus, which I adored! Now I read Stolen Time and loved this too!
Furyborn is a REALLY cool story with two different timelines that relate and intersect. The prologue shows you the outcome of Queen Rielle’s timeline, then chapter one takes you two years back to explain how events led up to that outcome. Then chapter two gives you Eliana’s point of view, which is a crazy 1,020 years later!
I don’t normally like time travel books, but I actually loved Invictus!
I feel a bit let down with Landline. On the one hand, I actually quite liked the book as I was reading it. It was an interesting story and I loved the idea of Georgie communicating with the teenage version of her husband. It was […]
Dissonance was: Interesting. The concept was pretty cool. A little confusing. There were pivot points, inversions, baroque events, and more. Just when I thought I’d be getting the hang of one term, another would be introduced, then I’d lose my grasp on BOTH of them. […]
You guuuuuuys!! This was my favourite book in the My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century series! It was so much fun. For starters, the other books in the series were fun and fluffy. They were cute and fun to read, which was just what I was […]
The first thing I loved about A Tale of Two Centuries was how different it felt from My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century. Alessandra’s voice felt SO different from Cat’s (which is a great thing, because they’re from two different centuries! 😛 ). That really made […]
This book was SO much fun! I started reading it at like 10pm and read straight until 2am! I did not want to put this baby down. I think one of the things that made My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century so much fun for me […]
The world may end. We’re at the pivot point that will determine the future of humanity. This moment in time will doom us or save us. All we have to do is prevent one murder from happening, and we can save millions of lives… But […]
Overall I really liked All Our Yesterdays! By far the best part of the book was the time travel. I was worried that it was going to be confusing (always a possibility with time travel), but it wasn’t. I think the author did a great […]