travel light by naomi mitchinson

i’ve chased this book after reading “this is how you lose a time war”. it was a rare case when my local bookshop couldn’t get a copy for me, so i had to resort to amazon. but i had to have a book that manifested itself in every variation of the timeline in one of the best time-travel stories i’ve ever read.

imagine you are on a hike and come across a river. it looks familiar even if you’ve never seen it, but it doesn’t make much sense – it’s a fast stream, yet there are so many bends and turns, breaking rules of hydrology. you are so intrigued that you decide to follow the stream, and after few turns find yourself in a completely different climate zone.

that’s how “travel light” feels like.