Meredith and Abby are finally able to get their time travelling program working just in time to help their elderly neighbors, The Old Dears, complete their family tree.
It seems that they find much more than they wanted to though when they watch horrified as The Old Dear’s great-grandfather is hauled away for murder.
And for Meredith, the past isn’t any better than the present.
What I liked: This was really a lot of fun! I had a lot of trouble adjusting to the pace in the beginning and Meredith’s mom sort of annoys me but overall this is a story that I think combines real life and fiction in a safe and enjoyable manor.
I love how so many historical facts are brought to life through this book.
What I didn’t like: There were times that the story felt a bit long and confusing.
|Source:||This book was sent to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.|
|Ages:||16+ (Due only to the domestic violence & murder.)|
|Series:||Time and Again, 2|
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