#BookReview:  Come Again by Robert Webb

Keeping up with my local book club, read on to see my review of Come Again by Robert Webb.

My Review

I think I liked this book mostly because of the nostalgia trip to the 90s. Although the characters are a bit older than me, I could still relate to their university experiences and the book got me thinking about my adventures in years gone by. The story takes a completely bizarre twist at the end, and not to give too much of a spoiler, it kind of felt like a James Bond spoof. It made me laugh, it got me thinking, and I enjoyed reading it.

About the Book

Kate’s husband Luke – the man she loved from the moment she met him twenty-eight years ago – died suddenly. Since then, she has pushed away her friends, lost her job and everything is starting to fall apart.

One day, she wakes up in the wrong room and in the wrong body. She is eighteen again but remembers everything. This is her college room in 1992. This is the first day of Freshers’ Week. And this was the day she first met Luke.

But he is not the man that she lost: he’s still a boy – the annoying nineteen-year-old English student she first met. Kate knows how he died and that he’s already ill. If they can fall in love again, she might just be able to save him. She’s going to try to do everything exactly the same…

Buy the book: Amazon; Waterstones; WH Smith.

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2 Responses to #BookReview:  Come Again by Robert Webb

  1. I like the premise of this book. I’d love to wake up in my eighteen-year-old body knowing what I know now!

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