I decided to give up on this book two fifths of the way through.
Almost all 'time travel' novels involve the 'good' characters trying stop the timeline being altered by the 'bad' characters but this has the intriguing idea that time travel is for (almost) all and that small changes don't matter and cause little alteration.
However, the story-line mostly involves (invented) punk, feminist bands and music, one dimensional girl characters with names like 'Soph' and, as mentioned by another reviewer, a scenario where all men are gay or bad and all women are victims.
I'm not sure what type of male readers would enjoy this book. I waited for two fifths of the book before realising that my interest was not to be garnered.
I'm even getting bored writing about it so, in short, time travel content, minimal; girls, maximal; pseudo punk, too much; women's rights, entire content; interest, little; propaganda and polemic, far too much; can't put it down? No can't pick it up. Waste of a good idea
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