05 July 2016

Review: Autumn's Wish

Autumn's Wish Autumn's Wish by Bella Thorne
My rating: 0 of 5 stars

The Autumn series has been fairly up-and-down over its three books. The first was sweet, second kind of rough, but this third and final installment might be the best of the bunch.

In this book, it's senior year and we're looking ahead to college. Autumn is given another gift from her father, a watch that allows her to jump into the future and see where the path takes her. As she jumps back and forth, watching as her actions change the futures she's seeing, she has to figure out what's going on and what kind of future she wants before it's too late.

I'm a sucker for time travel tales, so it's no surprise this one resonated with me, but, outside of some perhaps unnecessary ramping up of the activities of the kids, this ends up being a pretty solid cap to a decent YA series. There's not a ton to say as the series continues into a more traditional YA story, but I like the family orientation here, I love how much Autumn cares about her friends, and I like the semi-consistency of the time changes in the story. Pretty well done on a whole.

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