https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/27405006-all-our-wrong-todays Wanted somewhere to talk about this book because it's awesome and I'm loving it. I have 30% left, looking forward to finishing it tonight. General thought dump at 70% in: Spoiler I love how different of a novel this is all wrapped up in the first 3/4ths. Especially since the world reset to "our" version of 2016. It was basically one giant story with very little dialogue for the first 40% or so and since then it's turned into a more back and forth conversational story. The dinner scene with his family was freaking great. Penny is awesome, big fan. When he explained everything to her right away, I was kind of disappointed that it was all out there. But I thought it went in a great direction. Also, the part where Tom woke up as John and essentially raped her, then said it was the end of Tom's story, I was floored. What a piece of writing. And then the follow-up to that and all the problems that it caused. Wow. He just finished his conversation with big wig from the 60s + his daughter (I'm at work without the kindle so I forget his name for now) and now seems to be going to Hong Kong. Can't wait to see how it finishes + if the bad version of him returns at all. Good stuff. Thanks to Truman for the recommendation.