Ultimately a story about the impact of life choices, the novel delivers a well-plotted blend of sci-fi, romance, and mystery.
How often do you hear yourself say, “There’s never enough time?”
In sixteen-year-old Delaney Archer’s life, it’s no exaggeration.
Usually, Delaney waits until the last minute for everything. It’s never been a problem for her before. She’s the top student in her class and is due to graduate as valedictorian.
Until one morning, when she wakes up in a strange place. Suddenly, she finds herself in graduate school. Seven years of her life have disappeared without a trace since she went to bed last night. It’s not all bad, though. She can legally drink alcohol and she’s almost finished school. It takes some get used to, but Delaney can make it work.
Then it happens again.
She wakes up the next day and another seven years have passed.
What’s going on? If Delaney can’t figure out how to break the cycle, she will run out of time within seven days.
Does she manage to save herself?