Into the Dim by Janet B. Taylor
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
I wanted to like this book, being that it was a YA Outlander with a harder sci-fi twist straight out of Tomorrowland. Sadly, while Into the Dim starts strong, after the long info-dump that explains (to an extent) how the Tesla-based time travel tech works (and I liked how the machine's able to prevent you from arriving at a moment right as you're leaving, to ensure no time paradoxes of any kind), it turns into a real slog to read, plagued with a confusing array of characters with shifting allegiances that become incredibly hard to keep track of.
I have the horrible feeling that, not unlike this book's primary inspiration, it'll soon turn into a series that's seriously bloated with time travel and nearly impossible to follow. I don't think I'll be continuing, I'm sorry to say.
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