Official Review: Written by Katie Bramble

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Re: Official Review: Written by Katie Bramble

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I love books about alternate realities, and this one sounds particularly intriguing. I can just imagine how heartwrenching some of the decisions Casey felt driven to make really were for her. Definitely going on my TBR shelf. Thanks for the engaging review!

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Kelyn wrote:
06 Aug 2019, 23:26
I love books about alternate realities, and this one sounds particularly intriguing. I can just imagine how heartwrenching some of the decisions Casey felt driven to make really were for her. Definitely going on my TBR shelf. Thanks for the engaging review!
Me too! I love how the author balanced the power given to Casey with the consequences of using the said power. I hope you get to read this!

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Interesting concept, but I don't think I'd enjoy it. Great review, though!

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Mbrooks2518 wrote:
10 Aug 2019, 14:33
Interesting concept, but I don't think I'd enjoy it. Great review, though!
Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

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This is a great review that makes me want to read the book!

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I think we all have things we would want to go back and change, but the idea of giving up the current life (especially if things are not bad now) with no hope of coming back could make that a really difficult choice. This sounds like an enjoyable (if not particularly deep) entry into this time travel kind of plot.

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The plotline of this book is perfect for indecisive individuals (like myself) to relate to. I am definetly getting myself a copy. Great review!

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Laila_Hashem wrote:
31 Aug 2019, 10:34
The plotline of this book is perfect for indecisive individuals (like myself) to relate to. I am definetly getting myself a copy. Great review!
Thanks for dropping by!

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