Only his father knew that Rigg possessed the power to see deep down the paths of people’s pasts. But it was only after his father died that Rigg discovers that he has another special gift: the power to change the past. Unfortunately, with that knowledge, all certainty and safety began to melt away. Thinking of it as a coming-of-age novel at triple speed.
I really enjoyed this book. The characters were engaging. As each new character was introduced, I was drawn into their story without losing interest in the other characters. The stories are interweaved in a beautiful day and nothing really seems contrived. The ending was satisfying enough that I am not frustrated (a big plus to me in series books) but also intriguing enough to make me want to not miss the next book in the series. Looking forward to it!
I rated this book 5/5.