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Trailer on the Fly (The Time Travel Trailer…

Trailer on the Fly (The Time Travel Trailer Book 2)

by Karen Musser Nortman

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Excellent quickie good for an afternoon of reading. Well written without being syrupy. Real problems with interesting solutions, and I always did love a good time travel book!
Valerie Gilbert shines in this performance. ( )
  jetangen4571 | Oct 14, 2016 |
MEDIUM: Audiobook
Read by Valerie Gilbert
Length: 5 hrs and 17 mins
Published: August 30, 2016 by Karen Nortman
The Time Travel Trailer Series: Book 2
For a recap of Book 1, The Time Travel Trailer, click here.

Lynne McBriar and her 1937 vintage “canned ham” camper trailer are back again for another adventure. Unfortunately, this second time around is not nearly as entertaining as the first. Lynne owns a travel agency and helps people plan trips for all occasions. One day an anxious woman comes in to plan a trip to any destination so long as it isn’t the wilderness. It is soon revealed that this woman is suffering from a serious bout of depression due to losing a very close friend in an accident while camping ten years before. It doesn’t take Lynne very long to realize that she might be able to go back and prevent this death with the help of her time traveling trailer. The results, though, are anything but expected…

As with the first novel, the book is more about the characters than actually about time travel, and that’s perfectly fine. Nortman does a great job with developing interesting characters to read about.

This book fell short for me, though. I’m not sure if it’s because I simply enjoyed the first one so much, or if it’s because going back in time a mere ten years isn’t really all that interesting because life ten years ago was pretty much the same as it is now, so the layer of learning a bit of history is missing.

The ending was left in such a way that there will probably be a sequel at some point, and I hope there is because I enjoy these quick books, and I always enjoy time travel.

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This audiobook was given to me by Audiobookboom in exchange for an honest review.

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  KnivesBoone | Sep 11, 2016 |
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