I was expecting a story about time travel gone wrong and an ode to the earlier 20th century's optimistic vision of the future, and I got that, but I wasn't expecting such a funny and poignant examination of how we live with the choices we make in life, told in a way that reminds me of Kurt Vonnegut (probably helped by the narrator namechecking Vonnegut a number of times). I was expecting to like this book, and I did, but I wasn't expecting to love this book as much as I do.

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