All Our Wrong Todays: A Novel
You know that world described in the Jetsons, the one we imagined the future would be like? It was real. As real as you and me. But someone screwed it up. Tom, to be exact. Tom, who stumbled and bumbled his way through that miraculous world, only to screw it up and end up here, in our version of the future. And he’s trying desperately to find a way to get back. But that would mean the end of the world as we know it. Weird, huh?
All Our Wrong Todays is just that. It’s weird. It’s gloriously weird and mind-bending and fascinating. It’s alternate history, contemporary fiction, and dystopian fiction all at once.
Tom is an everyman from another world, just trying to find his way, first in one world, then in another. This is a book about defining who we are, deep down, despite time travel, alternate dimensions, and all sorts of sci-fi bric-a-brac. That’s very relatable, a story you can get behind.
It was nothing like I’d expected, and although not all of the surprises are delightful, they were all very intriguing. This is a book that will linger in your thoughts long after you’ve turned the last page.
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