While time may well be wibbly and wobbly, what happens when time ends up looking like an M. C. Escher artwork? In Laura Hanks Kline’s Outsmarting Time, a woman must wend her way through a few different timelines to try to prevent bad events, including her own death. This intelligently crafted story offers clever twists and turns. Some time-travel logic could be debated, but the story stays consistent. Despite a few slow spots, Outsmarting Time is a good read with nice character development.
Best for: Adults.
Discern: Some strong language yet only chaste romantic elements; the story includes no overt references to faith or Christianity.