Summer Reading no. 6 / SSYRA title no. 5: Glitch by Laura Martin. I have trouble with time travel stories - what do the stakes matter if you can just go back and change them? There was a lot of world building and set up in the first part of the book, and at 364 pages, I think it might test a lot of younger readers’ patience, but it had a pretty entertaining time heist type adventure by the end of it. I liked the alternating p.o.v. chapters between two students who loathe each other at first, to becoming partners and actual friends by the end.
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