Book Review Tuesdays: Wrong Place Wrong Time by Gillian McAllister.

Wrong Place Wrong Time by Gillian McAllister

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a great book.
This book came up as a suggestion for me, so I thought I would read it and see what I thought. The name was catchy.

**Possible Spoilers ahead**

At first I had a rough time understanding what was going on. It starts right out of the gate with her son that murders someone and she is trying to make sense of everything.

The next day she wakes up and her son is home. Didn’t he get arrested? Isn’t he still in the jail? She asked him if her hubby, the sons father Jamie bailed him out. The son looked at her like she was nuts and told her that he had no idea what she was talking about.

She starts to realize that she is living a groundhog day type of existence and she is travelling back in time. She reads about time travel and speaks to experts on it, and comes to realize that she is to be trying to right a wrong from the past that will effectively alter her son shooting the victim.
The book goes through years of timelines. It weaves you through how everyone is tied together and what happened and what should have happened. You do not actually understand what happened until the end. You question people in her life. You question herself, her husband, her father, and her son. What is happening? Where does her husband keep going? Is he having an affair? Who is Nick?

Is he whole life a lie? She starts off thinking that it is, but will this be what she thinks at the end?

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