Rachel Crane was just six when her older sister, Brooke, died in a car accident 10 years ago at the age of 16. Rachel often wishes that Brooke was still alive and there for her. That fantasy has to take a back seat to the reality of being sent to spend the summer with her grandmother, leaving Rachel's boyfriend, Duncan, behind in Lake Melrose, Oregon.
Just before she's supposed to leave home, Rachel runs up to the attic - a place she often goes for some down time. A mysterious antique musical clockwatch literally appears at her feet. She picks it up, feels slightly dizzy, and finds herself transported back in time to the day her sister died.
Before Rachel can prevent the tragedy from happening, she must convince Brooke and herself that she is not losing her mind or caught up in a dream.
But changing the past comes at a price. Can Rachel successfully save Brooke's life? If so, will history repeat itself? Or will it lead to a far worse scenario for the unlikely teenager sisters as the past and future come together as danger in time?
This exciting and suspenseful mystery tackles time travel like never before. It's sure to engage listeners as the plot thickens and the characters deal with the intricacies and inherent dangers of disrupting the natural flow of time.
you might enjoy this.
If not, then this book is probably not worth the credit or the cash. The story is thin and implausible even for being about time travel. The characters really had little personality and I could not bring myself to care if the protagonist saved her sister or not.
The narrator was not bad; she was enthusiastic and pleasant-sounding. She did the best one could do with the material.
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