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This is not your father's time travel. There's no machine, there is 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, to fit you in, to make it work. And when you come back, that is if you come back, it won't be the same you at all. You're messing with the nature of things, and the nature of things does not like to be messed with, as Garrett Ronson and his friends find out, the hard way.

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  • Garrett and Cammie find a seam in time and plunge in to rescue Zeke, who was left stranded.

  • Riley searches for the perfect burrito. Myron gets found and lost.

  • Cammie takes a hike. Riley can't remember anything.

  • St. Stephens' Day at the Lark and Goat. Jimmie cannot get lost.

  • Zachary Hare has an accident. Garrett follows the bird.

  • Myron and Lacey visit Golden and Ledge. Riley takes the next train to anywhere.

While I can see why this story wouldn't work for some I'm always on the lookout for something different, and this was certainly that. I liked it, a lot. One listen is probably not enough to take everything in, so I've ordered the paperback and look forward to seeing the ...
Ananda - thanks for the nice comment!
I found the departure from standard narrative flow quite enjoyable and suited to the subject. I rather enjoy when a book makes me pay attention to follow the story. The ending was particularly strong, leaving me excited and thinking. I love a good ending.
Thanks for giving it a try and taking the time to comment. I've always liked time travel stories too. It struck me that we generally insist that impossible things (like time travel) follow their certain rules (ghosts have to haunt, zombies want to eat human flesh rather than take in ...
the story just went nowhere realy slowly.I agree with the last guy ..no hooks . maybee its a audio book thing but a good strong hook up front can hold you till the senario is set up and this book just was too long in the setting up i think ...
Author's note: My description may be lacking. This is not a normal beginning-middle-end kind of thing. It's more of a puzzle, a riddle of change, addiction and compulsion.
Gave it nearly two episodes, gave up in frustration. No "hooks" for me to understand what was going on. In a work this short, that needs to be plenty of time. Sorry, maybe next time...

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