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"Bones Don't Lie" by Melinda Leigh
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Scientists discover that it's not nice to mess with Mother Nature Father Time as they venture back to 2012 to stop a terrorist attack . . . or are they trying to keep secret the identity of someone involved in the attack . . . or is there another reason entirely?
Time travel is risky. Things can go very, very wrong.
These people were talking about doomsday scenarios. But how could stopping one crime cause the end of the world?
"Think of the deviations as ripples in a very still pond," Pruitt said. "No matter how softly something lands, no matter how tiny it is, there's always a ripple. Always something you can't anticipate. Someone sees the landing and runs home to tell someone else, and because he's in a hurry steps out in front of a car. As the missions go farther back thee deviations are compounded. The person who stepped in front of the car doesn't have children he otherwise would've had. Those children don't have children. The deviations grow exponentially and their variations spread out. Fictional time travel is comical. People go back hundreds of years, fight battles, kill people and them come back to a world that's exactly the same."
You'll need to put on your thinking cap for this book. You're dropped down into the middle of the action, there's a large cast, and it may be confusing at first. Don't worry; it will all make sense eventually, and the payoff is oh, so sweet. You can expect a clever, intelligent story that does not insult a reader's intelligence . . . though it may make your brain hurt just a bit when you think too hard about a sentence like this one:
". . . he got the idea to bring you back before you leave because he saw you come back before you left."
Or this one:
"That's you at the door. You better hide."
If you're looking for a smart, funny, challenging read, get to this one in a timely manner.