If you’re into time travel, smashing the patriarchy, and punk music, this book may be for you. Tess and the rest of the Daughters of Harriet travel through time making “edits” to the timeline in order to preserve women’s rights. At the same time we are following the life of a teenager named Beth as she navigates life in California in the early 90s. Tess and Beth’s stories eventually collide.
I enjoyed the book, but got a little distracted by some of the time travel storylines. There was one chapter in particular that was enjoyable to read, but I didn’t see how it really fit with the rest of the book. Overall I enjoyed reading it and loved the dynamic female characters. The writing style worked for me, and I would definitely read other books by this author.