The literary equivalent of paddling in a dingy at the shallow end before being sucked into a riptide and finding yourself white water rafting … but with added time travel!
Review: New Yesterday by Frasier Armitage
I think you can tell that I was completely and utterly blown away by New Yesterday. Frasier keeps up a fast pace throughout and I found myself breathlessly reading to see what would happen and how Adam would get himself out of various situations. I have zero idea how Frasier kept track of all the changes and managed to make it so clear to the reader how changing the past influences the world around Adam, especially once Adam starts remembering…
Review: Yestermorrow by Frasier Armitage
The concept of being able to rewrite our lives to cut out the bad decisions is played out really nicely here, while staying true to the “get in, there’s no time to explain” style of sci-fi that Armitage does so well.
Review: Rememory by Frasier Armitage
Armitage’s tightly packed sprint down memory lane is an unmissable sci-fi surge. It’s definitely not something to forget.