'The opening pages suggest that Sara’s a standard chick-lit heroine obsessed with dieting, but Ayers ( The Dead Boy Sings in Heaven, 2018, etc.) is up to something much more original and engaging. Besides the intertwined thriller and sci-fi elements (fairly plausible), Sara learns a great deal about herself and her relationships in trying to change reality, revelations she couldn’t have had without time travel. Her love of books and music adds to her character’s complexity, and unexpected depths are revealed in several well-drawn side characters, even Sara’s cold, critical mother…An entertaining, well-written tale offering intriguing speculations and a heroine of courage and determination.” —Kirkus Reviews'The Granola Diet promises to turn curvy Sara Rodríguez Bloom García into a svelte, new woman in no time. Once it does, her husband’s rekindled passions will be unstoppable—she hopes.'Holy molé salsa!” When Sara reaches for the box of cereal, she travels back in time to a childhood trip to the grocery store with her beloved grandmother.Seeing her dead grandmother alive and well again is wonderful, but Sara may be losing her mind, or much, much more.What starts out as another fad diet, leads Sara on a time travel journey of perilous twists and turns—fraught with double-agents, lusty redheads, and a deadly serum.Sara’s possibly-magical cat, a sexy former crush, tasty meals, and vivid music enliven the darker moments.Fans of The Time Traveler’s Wife and Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series will love Time Flash: Another Me.
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