Book Review: All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill

allouryesterdaysBook Review: All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill

Marina is in love with James, her childhood friend who is a genius. When James’ brother is killed, she is thrust into a world of intrigue. Em and Finn escape from prison and time travel back to stop the doctor before he ever builds the time travel device that has changed the world for worse not for better. That is where the two stories collide.

This was interesting to me, but listening on audio I thought Em was M. Funny the difference that makes. I think I would recommend reading this in book format due to flipping back and forth between plot lines, but I really enjoyed the story. I saw in Shelfari that a second book is planned…will be interested to see what that involves, because the story seemed to wrap up pretty nicely.

Quote: exclusively listened to this in the car and while I heard a few good ones, I couldn’t safely get them written down.

Recommended Grade: High School (only due to language-content fine for younger if language not an issue)
Genre: Science Fiction
Overall Opinion: average
Source: audiobook (free from audiobooksync.com)

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