This story is fully focused on time travel, feminists, and punk rock. If that is what you like, then this is the book for you. Sadly, this was not the book for me, I usually love time travel books, but I had a lot of questions about how exactly the time travel worked that were never answered. I loved the concept of being able to do a time edit of something significant, but not so significant it would change all of time itself. I am all about feminists, but I feel as though some of the points were a bit overboard and I got a little annoyed at how some of the things went down just because of, “I am a feminist and can do what I want”.
I really did enjoy how this was told from Tess’s and Beth’s POV. I wish it was more focused on that aspect and how they connect. I really didn’t see a lot of character development and felt very bored reading this. I didn’t care much for any of the characters really. Don’t get me wrong some parts of this book were really good and had me intrigued to read more, but then it felt like a ton of random not important information would be dropped and then I was confused and kind of over the story as a whole. I think this had a lot of potential for a great story, but it just fell short for me.