Timebound by Rysa Walker

Timebound by Rysa Walker

Timebound made my brain hurt. There’s time travel involved and different timelines that may or may not all continue to exist and the need to go back in time to prevent people from having changed the world. Even though it made my brain hurt, it all still made sense (as much sense as time travel makes). The action is very steady and questions are answered at a good pace. The main storyline is wrapped up at the end of the book, but many other things remain open for subsequent books in the series. I recommend this book to people who enjoy sci-fi and historical fiction.

5 (out of 5) Stars
Books Read in 2021: 74
Pages Read in 2021: 23,971

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Filed under Historical Fiction, Reason: LitHub Bingo, Reason: We Be Book'N, Science Fiction, Young Adult

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