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How many of us have wished at some time or other we could go back in time and change an action or a decision or just take back something that was said? But it is what it is. There is no rewind, reboot, delete key or any other trick to change the past, right? Lynne McBriar can. She bought a 1937 camper that turned out to be a time portal. And when she meets a young woman who suffers from serious depression over the loss of a close friend 10 years earlier, she has the power to do something about it. And there is no reason not to use that power. Right?
©2016 Karen Musser Nortman (P)2016 Karen Musser Nortman
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ray Johnson on 09-04-2018

Not much time travelling per se, but good anyway

I think That I made it pretty clear in my review of the first book, that I am a complete and total sucker for a good time travel story. Book one was a fun romp over different time periods and played out well.

Book 2 The Trailer on the Fly does see some time travel, but only to one very specific destination. This time, Lynne McBriar goes back in time to help someone out. To make their life better, and in the process learns that changing things for one person may affect your own life in unforseen ways. I liked this aspect. It was like the Butterfly effect without the murders and explosions. It was more about bonding and friendship, and while I went in for the time travel I came out with a lot more than I expected. Nortman writes some exceptionally emotional prose that can really pack a punch when she wants it to do so.

Gilbert flies the trailer as the narrator, and she is just perfect in her roles. She really plays out the emotional scenes, and the quiet scenes as if she were an oscar caliber actress. You need that in a narrator. She does a fantastic job and if there is a third book, I do hope she will return for more. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.


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5 out of 5 stars
By Jan on 14-10-2016

Very entertaining!

time-travel, relationships, travel-trailer, mystery
Read on October 11, 2016

Excellent quickie good for an afternoon of reading. Well written without being syrupy. Real problems with interesting solutions, and I always did love a good time travel book!
Valerie Gilbert shines in this performance.

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