This was a pretty interesting book, and how they handled time paradoxes was interesting. I also liked that there was a good villain back story, and everything seemed pretty coherent, even though it was changing. The separate time lines interacting with each other was very interesting. I especially liked the way the main character had multiple time lines, and several characters knew the different Kates very well. So even though she changed as the time line was rewritten, the people still knew the different versions of her. I thought the main character from this book resembled the main character from Outlander in that she tries to be strong, but ends up needing a man to break her out of her troubles. I’ll give Kate the benefit on this one, since it doesn’t happen all the time, and usually isn’t her fault, unlike Outlander.