All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill

Two teens travel back in time to stop their best friend from building a time machine, in the hopes that they can save the world before it is too late.

Breathless, I tell you, I was breathless as I sped through All Our Yesterdays. I loved it. What I most appreciated was that the love triangle wasn’t a matter of Team This vs. Team That. There was real depth to the romantic dilemma faced by Em, because the way that time travel is used to develop character. It’s expertly done.

Basically, Em wakes up in a cell with the nagging sense that she needs to look in the drain. Em has been tortured and tormented and she knows her death is imminent. When she looks in the drain, she finds a letter she wrote to herself that says, “You have to kill him.” And thus it begins.

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