Mark Twain wrote: Remark of Dr. Baldwin's, concerning upstarts: We don't care to eat toadstools that think they are truffles.
Average Rating: 3.0
Part fantasy and part nightmare, this intriguing novel recounts the story of a man and a woman mysteriously given the ability to live their lives over. Each dies in 1988 only to awaken as a teenager in 1963 with adult knowledge and wisdom intact. Different spouses, lovers, children, and careers await them in each go-round of the past twenty-five years with altered versions of world events.
This is an interesting form of the do-over theme. It's compelling and somewhat thought-provoking. It held my attention, but didn't rock my world. It's just fantasy.
Ray Hagen's performance is quite satisfactory, although I might have appreciated a bit more distinction between character voices.
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