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Rewind Rewind #1 Summary æ 108 ¼ Sixteen year old Alex is a Spinner—she has the ability to rewind time to review past events Hated and feared because of their ability to find the truth the small population of Spinners is restricted to Centers—compounds created to house and protect them Alex's society uses the Spinners' skills to solve major crimeSixteen year old Alex is a Spinner she has the ability to rewind time to review past events Hated and feared because of their ability to find the truth the small population of Spinners is restricted to Centers compound. This was not the non stop heart pounding adventure that I had anticipated based on the synopsis However in this instance I think it only added to the story and really set up a series that has a lot of interesting potential I won't give you a second synopsis of the book because O'Doherty did a great job of snapshotting the premise I will say that Alex was an incredibly likable and endearing character and I'm excited to see how she grows and faces the interesting challenges that this story has set up She's charming innocent if not at times naive the way most 16 year olds are while also being incredibly strong willed and a genuinely good person grappling with choices any human being would struggle withThe twists and turns felt in the end fairly predictable but I thoroughly enjoyed them none the less I'd love to see a lot character development for Ross in future books This is not a spoiler it is information given freely when we first meet the character Carson Ross in the first chapter or two of the book How did he grow to make the choices he did Was he this way before Sal's death I'd also like some development of his relationship with Sal and how that appears to be a pivotal event that set in motion this story I really enjoyed O'Doherty's use of time in this story as well and I look forward to seeing it in the next book Time was often written as if it were a living thing a secondary character that you forgot about until the most pivotal momentAll in all while this is a young adult book it did not waste time on a frivolous romance or the angsty thoughts that many YA books dwell on O'Doherty created an incredibly uniue and complex storyline that I think anyone would enjoy It was an easy and fun read with a lot of promise

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Til time sickness strikes early When she is offered an experimental treatment Alex sees a future for herself for the first time But the promising medication offers than just a cure it also brings with it dire conseuenc. I really struggled to like this one I’m usually a sucker for any story involving time I can’t uite put my finger on it but this one felt forced I had to MAKE myself finish it Took me almost two months with many other books in between Probably won’t finish the rest of the series Just wasn’t enough to hold me It had its moments but unfortunately those moments were so brief I’m ready to move on

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Rewind Rewind #1S created to house and protect them Alex's society uses the Spinners' skills to solve major crimes but messing with time comes with conseuences no Spinner lives past the age of twenty At sixteen Alex is in her prime un. I wanted to dislike this so badly going into it but it was lowkey kind of a good read Don't get me wrong this kind of reads like a dusty paperback you would find on a high school bookshelf but I'm not mad about it I thought the plot was interesting if not a little predictable and that Alex was a great character to view the story through I think the relationship between her and Ross was super interesting and the view spoiler power imbalance between them was built up very smoothly hide spoiler