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Gillian McAllister

Autor/a de Wrong Place Wrong Time

11 obres 2,079 Membres 113 Ressenyes

Obres de Gillian McAllister

Wrong Place Wrong Time (2022) 1,277 exemplars
Just Another Missing Person (2023) 277 exemplars
The Good Sister (2019) 108 exemplars
Everything but the Truth (2017) 80 exemplars
Anything You Do Say (2017) 80 exemplars
How to Disappear (2020) 69 exemplars
The Choice (2020) 52 exemplars
No Further Questions (2018) 48 exemplars
That Night (2021) 45 exemplars
The Evidence Against You (2019) 42 exemplars
Den natten (2022) 1 exemplars

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Coneixement comú

Data de naixement
1985
Gènere
female
Nacionalitat
England
Agent
Lucy Morris
Felicity Blunt

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Gillian McAllister, where have you been all my life?! This was a fantastic book, with a unique plot and very well written.

Jen, an attorney in her dad's firm, has been married to Kelly for twenty years; they have one child, Todd, and a pretty average life, until Todd kills a man in front of his parents.

Following Todd's arrest, Jen wakes up the next day, but instead of being tomorrow, it is the day before the murder. As Jen wrestles with her sanity, she grapples with how to keep Todd from killing the stranger. When Jen wakes up the next day, it is now two days before the murders, and so on.

Jen begins to realize she is the only person experiencing this backward time travel and uses it to her advantage to find clues and figure out why her son is a killer. As she goes back in time, Jen begins to question everything she ever knew about her life: Is her husband really who she thought he was? What about her Dad? And herself?

At the end of the book, Jen and Kelly meet for the first time, twenty years earlier, and Jen is finally able to piece the puzzle together.

If you are looking for a unique read - this one is it!
… (més)
 
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LyndaWolters1 | Hi ha 55 ressenyes més | Apr 3, 2024 |
This time-travel novel started off with a lot of promise, but went on a bit too long for me, as the main protagonist went many years back in time. Jen watches through the window as her son, coming home late one evening, stabs and kills a man. But the next day, it hasn’t yet happened, as it is the previous day. And each day she wakes, further back in time, until she is many years in the past. Luckily, she had a friend who could give her advice on this time traveling, and she knows she is going back to fix something; she just doesn’t know what. It’s an intriguing concept, if somewhat confusing. The characters are interesting and likable for the most part, but the plot is somewhat disjointed in the telling, a necessity in time travel. There are twists along the way, so pay attention to what is said, as well as what has happened, what may happen, and what has been stopped from happening, and it will all make sense. Maybe.… (més)
 
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Maydacat | Hi ha 55 ressenyes més | Mar 3, 2024 |
 
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BooksInMirror | Hi ha 9 ressenyes més | Feb 19, 2024 |

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Obres
11
Membres
2,079
Popularitat
#12,358
Valoració
3.9
Ressenyes
113
ISBN
80
Llengües
5

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