Ethan Barrett has accepted his life ending in a short time, but suffers more from regrets from his past. He is unexpectedly given an opportunity to change things and redo part of his life. He also gains the chance to save his brother.
I read every David Bunn book I can get because they are interesting and imaginative. This one was no different. The characters are are easy to picture and the plot is fast-paced. There is just the right balance of action and suspense to make it hard to stop reading.
As the story moves along, Ethan not only learns what he got wrong the first time around, but shows others that there is more to life than they first thought.
I received a complimentary copy from the publisher through NetGalley. All opinions are my own.