Length: 400 Pages
'A witty, time-travelling romance' Maria Semple, author of Where'd You Go, Bernadette
This is a love story that could only happen because of an accident of time travel.
Tom and Penny belong to a world so perfect there's no war, no poverty, no under-ripe avocados.
But when something awful happens to Penny, and Tom tries to make it right, he accidentally destroys everything, waking up in our broken, dysfunctional world.
Only here, Penny and Tom have a second chance.
Should Tom go back to his brilliant but loveless existence, or risk everything by staying in our messy, complicated world for his one and only chance at true love?
'Thrilling and refreshingly optimistic' Andy Weir, author of The Martian
'Sharp and funny' Daily Mail
'It's a Wonderful Life meets The Jetsons' Buzzfeed
'All Our Wrong Todays is an entertaining romp that should appeal to fans The Time Traveler's Wife' The Guardian, BEST RECENT SCIENCE FICTION
Length: 400 Pages
All Our Wrong Todays is an entertaining romp that should appeal to fans The Time Traveler's Wife
Sharp, funny writing in a mind-bending, time-travelling junket of a novel
A mind-bending time travel caper
Elan Mastai manages the [time-travel] genre masterfully in his debut novel
A thrilling tale of time travel and alternate timelines with a refreshingly optimistic view of humanity's future
A novel about time travel has no right to be this engaging.
A novel this engaging has no right to be this smart.
And a novel this smart has no right to be this funny. Or insightful. Or immersive.
Basically, this novel has no right to exist."
Elan Mastai has conjured up a witty and freewheeling time-traveling romance that packs an emotional wallop. All Our Wrong Todays is a page-turning delight
All Our Wrong Todays is elaborately constructed and incredibly emotionally intelligent; it's a story with super high stakes that genuinely makes you feel every part of Tom's awful predicament
Witty, original, funny, charming - a great story!
It's all very clever, but it's also not really the point. Because as well as being an intelligent sci-fi story, it's also a love story, and kind of a monomyth, and also just an incredibly relatable, insightful story about being in your 30s, feeling like you haven't achieved anything, and figuring out what's next