Review: All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai

All Our Wrong TodaysTom Barren in All Our Wrong Todays is from an ideal version of our present time. No war, no poverty, jet packs for all, and pretty much every starry-eyed prediction made in the 1950’s has come true. It’s awesome. But then Tom loses the love of his life and in his iffy mental state, does something stupid with a time machine. He screws everything up so badly that his amazing 2016 turns into a crap 2016: that is, our 2016. Now he’s got to fix it. Except that the love of his life is alive in our 2016…

All Our Wrong Todays is funny, charming, and the sci-fi is soft enough that my wife (not a big SF fan) read and loved it.

Recommendation: Buy it because 1) it’s a great read and 2) you should loan it out to your friends.

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