This was such an interesting and thought-provoking story! At first I had a harder time getting into this story because of the style it was written in. But once I got used to it, I found it worked really well with the story.
I also had a harder time connecting with the characters. But, I think some of that might have been because of how the story was told. Because it was told via text messages, emails, and other written documents, it was harder to really get into the character’s heads. After a while, I started to figure out the characters better, but it took a bit.
That being said, I still really enjoyed this book! The concept was so interesting and really got me thinking. Time travel/predicting the future isn’t always my favorite themes in a book, but I thought the way it was handled in this book was well done. It made sense and felt a lot more realistic than some other stories.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of speculative science fiction. It’s not as action-packed and exciting as some stories, but I really appreciated how thought-provoking and engaging it was.
Thank you to NetGalley and Del Rey for the chance to read The Future is Yours in exchange for an honest review!