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From The Reading Table: About Time

About Time by Jodi Taylor

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Oh Boy!

I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve restarted this book. I’ve restarted it because I am loving the story and when I get to the end I want to go back and discover what I might have missed the last time(s).

I’m an audiobook listener. Between the great presentation and the amazing plotting, this book is fantastic. I really can’t imagine a better way to curl up on a cold day.

Team Weird has undergone some serious changes. The Time Police is having A Really, Really Bad Day. St. Mary’s is in the mix. And that experiment with Greek Fire might not have been the best idea but what can you really expect?

Jodi continues to astound me with her plotting. I have found myself gobsmacked more often than I care to count with this one. Just when I think I have a clue what is going on something shifts a bit – maybe just a teeny tiny bit – and everything adjusts. A lot. A little. It really depends.

Which might give you a clue as to what different characters are experiencing.

If you have been following along from the beginning of the series, this addition will be a joy. If you are new to the series, what’s keeping you? Jump in! From the beginning or you won’t understand all the bits and pieces. 🙂

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