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The best time travel story I've read so far. My previous favourite was by Stephen King.
on 15 November 2017
I absolutely loved the story which had a believable character and everything in there required to tug at your heartstrings as you became enveloped in James's world. For me a book has to be pretty close to perfect for it to get a five star review and even the cliffhanger end doesn't change that. There are some readers who will be so annoyed and upset by such a cliffhanger they would go from 5 to a one star in the blink of an eye. The beginning of this second episode of this series just made me smile – it means there's more to come.
London 2012: What if? Book 2 is one of those books which leaves me sad when finishing, sad like losing a good friend. There is an interesting character arc in which the original person is not too bad it goes on to find that maybe he was a complete bastard. I like the way that his experiences and desires guide him towards being a person who would do the right thing. It does leave him in a bit of a conundrum at the end of the story, should he stay or should he go? I'm inclined to think he might stay after what we are told regarding something he's looking for in his life. On the other hand, there are compelling reasons for him as a character and also for the story to develop for him to go. Whichever decision the character makes and we find out at the beginning of book number three I can't wait to continue with this excellent story.