Blurb from goodreads.com, please scroll down for my review.
George is a middle-management, middle-class, middle-aged guy who hates his job and struggles to stay connected to his wife and teenage children. Most guys might end up with a steamy affair and a flashy car for their midlife crisis, but George gets a quirky, philosophical physics professor named Shiloh. Trapped with this mysterious misfit on his morning commuter train, George is dragged into awkward conversations about love, fear, music, and the meaning of life. Shiloh asks George to beta-test an app he wrote for the new Apple Watch–and with a free watch included, how could he say no?
When tragedy strikes, throwing George out of his uncomfortable comfort zone, he learns that Shiloh’s app lets him journey through alternate versions of his past. As challenges mount in his own reality, George must make a decision that will change him–and possibly the entire multiverse–forever.
George is a middle-management, middle-class, middle-aged guy and he is also a bit wet and annoying, what I did enjoy was the idea of the book. but the author enjoyed writed George a little too much, there were times when he could have used the word he.
Apart from all that the narration was great, the storyline was good.
There is certainly something to think about in this book.
But I found it was missing something, can’t put my finger on it. I found George a little wet, his wife a little bossy, his kids just annoying also. The idea of the book was good, but I don’t think it was taken advantage of. I found the last 25% a bit dragging. But even though I finished it so it get three stars.