Holy Doctor Who Batman!
This book COULD be more like an episode of Doctor Who but probably not without risking a lawsuit.
I mean that as a huge compliment.
It’s a great book. The storyline aspects of time travel and saving the world from a weird complicated alien plan is just very reminiscent of Doctor Who. To my whovian brain it is impossible to ignore.
I giggled when Win would tell Sky to run.
Anyway, the storyline is both simple and complicated. Skylar gets flashes of “wrongness” all the time. She sees random things, like a tree or a table or a car, and they just feel as if they should not be there. These feelings cause her extreme anxiety. They disrupt her life. Then one day something else disrupts her life. She meets Win.
Win knows about the things she sees. He tells her she isn’t crazy. Then he takes her on an extended adventure across time and around the world. She learns about why things feel so wrong sometimes and she learns what happened to her brother that vanished when she was 5 years old.
While reading this we see, or at least I did, that sometimes it’s better to not know things.
It’s a fun adventure. I have high hopes for the sequels. If you’re a fan of Doctor Who, YA, time travel and/or light sci-fi you will love this book.
As soon as finishing it I went to the Amazon store on my Kindle and rented the sequel.
*I received this book, via Netgalley, free of charge in exchange for an honest review.*