Hardcover: 350 Pages
Publisher: Blackstone Publishing (February 2, 2021)
He only looked away for a second.
Still haunted by the disappearance of his little sister Amy over twenty years ago, Joseph Bridgeman’s life has fallen apart. When a friend talks him into seeing hypnotherapist Alexia Finch to help with his insomnia, Joseph accidentally discovers he can time travel. His first trip only takes him back a few minutes, but his new-found ability gives him something he hasn’t felt for the longest time: hope.
Joseph sets out to travel back to the night Amy went missing and save her. But after several failed attempts, he discovers the farther back he travels, the less time he gets to stay there. And the clock is ticking.
With the help of Alexia, Joseph embarks on a desperate race against the past to save his sister. Can he master his new skill and solve the mystery of Amy’s disappearance before it’s too late?
I have always loved a good time travel plot! So, that combined with a solid mystery made this book completely captivating for me.
This is the first book in the series and I’m so excited that there’s more to come. The characters were so well developed and there are so many directions that the next books can go.
The writing was excellent – the grief Joe felt was palpable and his search for hope was compelling. I won’t spoil anything but I couldn’t put this book down. The twists were as unique as the premise – definitely not your typical missing person plot line.
If you love mysteries, time travel, and creative plots then this book is for you! This was my first book by Nick Jones and it will not be my last.
Nick Jones was born in Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, and now lives in the Cotswolds, England. In a previous life, he ran his own media company and was a 2nd Dan black belt in Karate. These days he can be found in his writing room, working on his latest mind-bending ideas, surrounded by notes and scribbling on a large white board. He loves movies, kindness, gin, and vinyl.
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Thanks to TLC Book Tours and Blackstone Publishing for the gifted copy in exchange for my honest review.