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The machine is scared and won't talk to them pretty much solely to create suspense.Because it starts talking as soon as the reader is getting annoyed.So yeah, most people would be in doubt of her sanity.Then it is up to him to buy her a present and apologize.A wonderful well thought out time travel / alien story. This was a free e-book and covered the 'U' in my A-Z author challenge. It was basically moments of "I just thought of this! I think the author was going for quirky and unique but ended up at annoying, judgemental and almost psychotic.This would not be worth purchasing...apparently Tom Upton doesn't have an editor. There were so many spelling and grammatical errors! As an example (don't worry not really spoilers): the second time she meets the male protagonist to see if she can trust him she drives them off a cliff into the water.Really great story It’s well written and thought out and gets you engrossed in the world and the characters. I thought the book was dull, with a lot of improbable coincidences and no real action to speak of.I definitely recommend this to all readers it will keep you on the edge of your seat. For the most part the characters are likeable except for the female protagonist.
For the most part the characters are likeable except for the female protagonist.
I think the author was going for quirky and unique but ended up at annoying, judgemental and almost psychotic.
As an example (don't worry not really spoilers): the second time she meets the male protagonist to see if she can trust him she drives them off a cliff into the water.
The begining was slow to start but once it started going it was unstoppable. And just when you think you know whats going to happen next, the writer throws you a curveball. I couldn’t go more than a page without shaking my head at something one of them said or did, usually laughing as well. I enjoyed this, and didn't expect to with A well-told tale, written in an engaging, refreshing style.
That's what I loved most about the book, how I never could guess what was going to happen next. Call me bonkers for liking this book as much as I did but, sometimes, we need to put away our English-teacher-high-and-mighty-hats and embrace a highly imaginative story for what it is. The story doesn't cop out into cliché sci-fi territory, but dares to tell a very human science-fiction without leaving out the fantastic...