First, I use "books on tape" to nurture myself and I listen every bedtime and when I'm on the road. Sequence held my interest so well that I went without sleep on two occasions. The main character is imperfect, has relationship difficulties, she will probably never have children, but she does exercise. She is a doctor and considered brilliant, although she often misses the obvious. I found myself wondering if she would make it to the end of the book. The story line was fresh to me, even if the science wasn’t totally correct. The one thing I did not like was the gratuitous sex…I’m probably just a prude but, I have learned to fast-forward through her fun, sloppy, reckless encounters with the opposite sex. I am looking for to the next book by Lori B. Andrews.
The character of the dialogue matches our time and not the lack of industrial era.
The is a first for me.
I found it enjoyable and may read the rest of the series.
He really threw me through a loop with the time space continuum. The ending was very "and they all lived happily after", but other than that it kept me guessing till last 3 hours of listening.
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