I am continuing with the list of books that I downloaded via NetGalley. This particular book I finished in one sitting last night. The story is told by person unknown, and that, I would say is the pivotal point of the tale. There are many people who are actually involved in the passage of time, each with an individual viewpoint. This is a realization that will sink in fully only with the completion of the book.
The central character is Christopher who feels like he does not belong. This feeling intensifies with time and revelations by time itself. There is an added mysterious presence of Ben who may or may not be essential to Christopher. there is justification of belonging and our own search for accurate internal reflection. The book is not excessively long and therefore cannot have a bigger review than this. It is a reasonably good thriller and has good pace and is a good read.