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Time On My Hands: My Misadventures In Time Travel Paperback – February 21, 2017
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"This layered contemporary science fiction tale takes its time unfolding, but eventually reveals a moving emotional core.... explores the technical, ethical, and emotional ramifications of his device and his travels in entertaining and thought-provoking ways, with satisfying results." -Publishers Weekly "One of the most innovative and humorous time travel tales I have ever read. A must read." -Michael A. Burstein, John W. Campbell Award winner "Fast paced, with interesting characters, humor, and of course, some movie references (this is Daniel Kimmel, after all)." -Michael A. Ventrella, author of Bloodsuckers and the Arch Enemies series "A sweet shaggy-dog tale of philosophy and paradox in which it's never too late for true love or redemption, even if you're a time traveler." -LJ Cohen, author of the Halcyone Space series
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Characters – The hero, Wilford Price, is an incredibly likeable character. You slowly learn his entangled and complicated past/future as the story goes on. He is by far the one you relate to the most. Max on the other hand, seemed a little snobbish and selfish. I feel as if his arc could be touched upon in a sequel (which I hope happens).
Time Travel – I found this notion of time travel unique. I cannot describe too much… for if I do you might end up in a time space continuum paradox and erase from existence (you will get it later). The book was very good in regards to describing some but not too much. You do not understand everything at the end but you understand just enough for the story to be just right. I thought this was a smart move by the author. If you focused more on the time travel, you would have lost a lot of the characters in the mix. It solidifies that it is a story first and time travel second. I would love to learn more in a sequel about how everything comes together.
Overall, this book is a fantastic and nice read. The ending can be a little predictable but it certainly did not make me like the story less. I highly recommend it.