When I was first told about this book, I was told it was "feminists get into a wikipedia-style edit war over the timeline."
And I was skeptical at first, mostly due to my general ambivalence towards time travel. Well, holy cow this book was amazing. It was paced perfectly, the twists with the two point of views/timelines were incredible, and the social issues it tackled were very timely, whether they were taking place in 2022 or 1893.
I loved being able to think about the history of the world in such a different fashion and wonder what would happen if major things had been different for hundreds of years because of travelers going back and making edits!
Annalee's books continue to amaze me and I can't wait to see what comes next.