This was a read for the GoodReads Time Travel group
. I think we chose poorly as most of us didn't care for it at all. One of our main complaints is that there is little action and more theoretic discussion. Also, most of the book is devoted to the main character meeting up with falling in love with various versions of himself. It seems like something a 14-year-old boy would better appreciate than any of us did. Somehow, though, this ends up on most lists for top time travel novels. I'm not really sure why.