Déjà Vu by Ian Hocking
Finished reading on December 20th ,2015
Time-travel at the last minute, planting chips in people’s brains and solving murder cases plus lots of lucky escapes – those would be the important parts of this story that starts with someone in a fridge. As you might imagine, a fridge isn’t a place to stay if you’d like to stay alive. In the first pages of the book we meet a woman in the year 2023, who has to solve a murder case in a hurry.
This book has interesting twists, fascinating technology (without too many details of-course) and mysterious characters.
I found it slightly challenging to follow what was happening at every moment, there aren’t too many characters to make it difficult as such, but the unusual situations and flash-backs.
The great thing about this book- it was interesting from the beginning to the end – there isn’t a moment when you’d have answers to all the questions that the plot brings up without new ones popping up unexpectedly.