I couldn't help but think of that episode of Xena where she wishes she'd never killed which landed her in a world where she had never killed. In this story Brock has an okay life but there is room for improvement. He's easy to relate to since I'm sure many of us would jump at the chance to talk to an earlier version of ourselves. This book does jump back and forth in time but if you pay attention to the dates that are sprinkled throughout the story you probably won't get confused.
Brock gets a book from a friend about lucid dreaming which he tries out. He's able to connect to himself in the past. When he wakes up things seem to have changed. He does this more than once since he's desperate to make things the way he wants them to be instead of the way they are. It is a story about a guy that is on a journey of self discovery who finds himself during this strange journey he takes. I really enjoyed this book a lot. It is a pretty smooth journey even though Brock is encountering himself in earlier stages of his life.
Litfuse Publicity Group: I was sent a copy of this book to read and review. Thanks so much.