All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai
In 1965, in an alternate timeline, a machine is invented that makes Tom’s 2016 the stuff of our science fiction dreams. In a botched foray back in time to witness this event Tom finds himself transported to a terrible dystopia: our 2016.
Tom is a funny, loud voice taking us without filter through his every thought and move. Mastai has clearly put a great deal of research into the logistics of traveling through time, perhaps too much. Push through it. The pace outside the technical jargon is quick, light, and enjoyable. Grief and loss are provocatively handled.