Monday, December 2, 2013
All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill
Em is imprisoned. What she knows is that she dreads the drain, and that Finn, on the other side of the vent, is her whole world, the only person she can talk to. Then, one day, she steals a spoon and opens the drain, and finds a letter, to her--from her. And there's one instruction: kill him.
What makes this book tick:
1. Time travel!
2. Nonlinear storytelling.
3. Questions about fate versus free will.