How did I come into possession of this book?
Another book from Jagged Edge reviews. Sounded like a book I would enjoy, so I requested it!
“A tourist might have called Magnolia Creek, “quaint,” he supposed. But Jack Corbitt knew the little town just a few miles west of Boulder, Colorado, was a good place with good people.” (Logan 1)
What is it about?
Jack has been battling cancer all his life, and when it makes reappearance after being gone for many years he is willing to do anything to get rid of it. There is a new medical procedure that sends him into crazy dreams that he is sure are affecting current events. When he tries to alter the outcomes he realizes he is having quite the impact on current events as well.
What did I think?
I read this book very quickly and it was a great book for that. It kept me interested throughout but when I was done with it I felt a bit unfulfilled. I don’t think there was a single twist in the plot and you knew exactly how the story would play out from very early on. I’m always waiting for that great twist and I was even making up ones in my head before the book ended, but nothing like that ever happened. I’m not sure if it was too much foreshadowing or just too much of a straight forward story, but it disappointed me.
Who would I recommend it to?
Again, it was a good quick read, with some interesting ideas and things that happen. The main plot idea of going to the past in dreams is something I haven’t seen before in a book so it’s new in that aspect to me and probably to others reading it. If you like thrillers this one is a good pick, especially for its uniqueness. But if you’re like me and need some big plot twists this might not be the book for you!