I just have one big question: So, are Gwyneth and Gideon super distant cousins?!!
This was such a fun book. So fast paced. Given that it’s also short with wide margins and the size of the actual book itself is not like most, which always had me curious why they made it smaller than the norm. Okay. The ending was so unexpected. I had no idea that Gwyneth was Paul and Lucy’s daughter. There was nothing that hinted it. At all! I thought something funny was happening and I knew Gwyneth’s “mum” was lying. I just thought she had an affair with Falk before she married Gwyneth’s “dad.” And yes, these two families’ family trees are really confusing. Well, they were at first, but by the end, there was nothing confusing anymore. I wonder how Gwen will react when she finds out who her real parents are and why they abandoned her. I wonder how her siblings will react to that. Also, do you not age when you time travel? I love James, the ghost. He’s a delightful character. I am, however, not the biggest fan of Charlotte. She’s mean. I hope that Gwyneth becomes some kind of a barrier between Robert and Dr. White. I kept thinking she would speak for Robert. Also, why didn’t she speak of her powers? That she could speak to ghosts? I think she has more powers than that. But she only told Mr. George, which I found odd. I think Mr. Whitman is the bad guy. In fact, I even think he’s Count Saint-Germain. That guy is creepy. The part when he did the telekinesis thing was creepy. I love Lesley. She’s such a witty character. I loved the history and all the movie references to go along with the history. I really thought this book was going to be super predictable but to my surprise I did not see many of those things coming. It was also funny. My favorite bit is the one about purchasing some Apple shares. Hilarious! I love Gwyneth and Gideon but Gwyneth is so much fun. I love her character. This series is so exciting!