BOOK REVIEW: SEE YOU YESTERDAY by RACHEL LYNN SOLOMON


This was so cute! I’ve enjoyed pretty much everything that I’ve read by Rachel Lynn Solomon before, and See You Yesterday was no exception. This story works so well because of its premise, which has definitely been before, but which I think Solomon does particularly well: the stuck-in-a-time-loop plot. Our two leads, Barrett and Miles, find themselves stuck in a time loop in their first year of college, and on their first day of classes no less. This setup, then, allows for the story to explore and develop a lot of things: the romance, for one, but also a lot of coming-of-age things that the characters are just starting to learn about themselves. And I just really loved seeing the relationship between Miles and Barrett develop over the course of the story–there are some lovely little moments here, and Solomon writes them in a grounded, moving way. Definitely recommend this if you’re looking for something quick and cute, regardless of whether you usually read YA or not.

Thanks so much to Simon & Schuster Canada for providing me an e-ARC of this via NetGalley!


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