Finished All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai. I received a copy for review.
Tom is from an alternate reality. We were supposed to have a great world by now: time travel, flying cars, better everything. And then he ruined it and we got the present we DO have. (Thanks, Tom.)
There’s a lot going on in this novel, but most of it centers around love. Not just LOVE-love, but familial love and lowercase-l love and…well, all the kinds of love. And there’s the eternal question: do a handful of people matter more than billions? The global good is fine and all, but what if it meant you’d lose your whole family for an ideal future that maybe isn’t looking as great without them? (Hypothetically speaking, of course.)
This novel is fun and sweet but it’s also clever. It’ll probably be one of the best choices you make this year. Recommended.