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Ith the past Karl and Lena bounce around time When Lena ultimately prevents her own long ago rape she alters the course of her life and threatens her future with KarlA high spirited and engaging novel Mo Daviau's EVERY ANXIOUS WAVE plays ball with the big uestions of where we would go and who we would become if we could rewrite our pasts as well as how to hold on to love across tim. Feh Didn t work for me I hate music geek stories to begin with At least this one lacked the orgasmic descriptions of what it s like to play in a band an

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Every Anxious Wave

Back to 980 instead Though Wayne sends texts extolling the uality of life in tenth century Mannahatta Karl is distraught that he can't bring his friend backEnter brilliant prickly overweight astrophysicist Lena Geduldig Karl and Lena's connection is immediate While they work on getting Wayne back Karl and Lena fall in love with time travel and each other Unable to resist meddling w. 35 stars So this is the kind of person I am On my way home from working a conference in Woodley Park I got off the Red Line at Dupont Circle to get some

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Good guy Karl Bender is a thirty something bar owner whose life lacks love and meaning When he stumbles upon a time travelling worm hole in his closet Karl and his best friend Wayne develop a side business selling access to people who want to travel back in time to listen to their favorite bands It's a pretty ingenious plan until Karl intending to send Wayne to 1980 transports him. 45 starsHave you ever noticed that mixing romance and time travel often ends badly And yet authors still toy with the idea Fortunately one of them is f


10 thoughts on “Every Anxious Wave

  1. says:

    this is a book with an irresistible hook High Fidelity with time travel that is the perfect opportunity for a joyful if flimsy romp full of pop culture references and fanboygirl gushing and a little romance slapped on top because a book's gotta have one of those and it started out that wayit's got that same kind of bittersweet nostalgia as High Fidelity Wayne and I shared that common affliction plaguing single men with l

  2. says:

    45 starsHave you ever noticed that mixing romance and time travel often ends badly? And yet authors still toy with the idea Fortunately one of them is first time novelist Mo Daviau She has written a uirky story that combines a whole litany of elements that practically guarantee a messy ending; love time travel over the hill rock stars damaged hearts and even a cataclysmic asteroid event What could possibly g

  3. says:

    This is a brilliantly different look at time travel with a goofy irreverent voice and a lot of silly ideas When a bartender and former indie rock star finds a wormhole in his closet he decides it should only be used to allow people to attend

  4. says:

    First reaction upon finishing this shorter than it feels book I wish I could go back in time and convince myself not to read this bookBullshitoh for fuck's sakeYou know what it's about a guy discovers a wormhole in his apartment and being a has been rock star and good guy and dreaming of the better times in the past and ETC he uses

  5. says:

    35 stars So this is the kind of person I am On my way home from working a conference in Woodley Park I got off the Red Line at Dupont Circle to get some empanadas Left unchecked in Dupont Circle I am going to wander into Kramerbooks because well hi I feel like Politics Prose is considered the acceptable answer to the uest

  6. says:

    It book really surprised me I thought it was going to be really funny and ridiculous I mean the premise sounds a guy finding a wormhole in his closet and using it to go see his favorite bands in the past But it was actually a prett

  7. says:

    Feh Didn't work for me I hate music geek stories to begin with At least this one lacked the orgasmic descriptions of what it's like to play in a band and how The Outsiders Will Never Understand I hate time travel stories that just casually handwave the technology and use it carelessly Yeah sure if you could travel in time wouldn't you go to a 1990 concert by the Pustulent Zits? Not say the Crucifixion or ancient Babylon

  8. says:

    though this book was by no means perfect I really really enjoyed it of COURSE you have to suspend your disbelief a bit where time travel is concerned and that's really not a problem for me To me this had the perfect blend o

  9. says:

    This relentlessly creative and fast moving novel opens like a late night rock and roll uestion “If you could time travel to any concert in history which one would you go to?” In Every Anxious Wave washed up indie rocker Karl Bender discovers that his closet is the portal to a time travel wormhole; with a simple laptop program he and his friend Wayne can transport travelers to any place and time they choose The two guys start a booming

  10. says:

    Started off fun and exciting but slowly turned into a bit of a soap opera Didn't love the characters all that much Had some great pop culture and music references that I really liked

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