Thursday, February 28, 2019

Review: CLASS OF ’59 by John A. Heldt

2017: Mary Beth found herself in the middle of a store robbery. That’s when a gunman shot and killed the only man she’s ever loved.

1959: Mark finds a letter from a man in the 1900’s that traveled through time and wondered if it could really happen.

Suddenly, Mark finds himself in the future, 2017. He discovers that the house that was once his home in 1959 is the also the place where Mary Beth is vacationing with her family. After he meets Mary Beth, she accidentally joins him in 1959.

From that point on, the two jump between eras, to have the vacation of a lifetime before embarking on the next chapter of their lives.

This author usually has a knack for writing a good time-travel story; however, being that this was part of the American Journey series, it read more like a sight-seeing journal. I didn’t enjoy this as much as the author’s previous books, but it was still well-written.

My rating: 3 stars

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