Bob Bloomfield is, in the words of his best friend’s wife, a ‘selfish, arrogant a*sehole’, who hasn’t spent a great deal of time making friends in his 49 years on earth.
But what if he could change? What if Bob could stop the very thing that has made him the man he is, the death of his younger brother, Tom in 1986.
If he could save Tom, could he save himself?
. . . And what if all it took was a phone call – to his childhood self?
I really like watching Steve on the TV as a presenter especially on F1, so when I heard he was releasing a book, I was ecstatic. It is a quirky and original idea that he has come up with for a book but it works so well. I knew I was going to enjoy this book as the first sentence is quite amusing and I couldn’t wait to get started. Bob likes to keep himself to himself, he has not really done much with his life but what if he could change all of it and become a better man? changing his past when his brother was alive would change his life dramatically. All it takes is a phone call to his younger self. If your wondering what I am going on about, read it for yourself. It is such a brilliant and emotional read that I want to re-read it over and over again. It was just too good. It is up there in my ten reads of this year so far.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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