This is not your father’s time travel. There’s no machine, no dial. There’s no telling where or when you’ll go. The only thing that can change is you. It will make you what it needs to make you. And if you come back, it won’t be the same you. You’re messing with the nature of things, and the nature of things does not like to be messed with. Welcome to a riddle of change and addiction.
Good plot, needs proofing
I liked the story, good job there. If it was proof read before publishing, it wasn't a thorough job. There are misspellings & lack of quotation marks. That made it very distracting & I didn't want to keep reading. I understand if the author was trying to create a style, but I found it annoying.
I like bits and pieces of this story and the concept of time travel is very unique. However the constant changing from character to character and characters changing names so constantly makes this book very difficult to follow. The book takes you on the same journey that the characters travel through, with lots and lots of confusion and disorientation. Also, the ending feels a bit abrupt.