The first in a seriously ambitious trilogy—is not what you might expect. Set in the year 2025, this tale of a professional married woman who undergoes a relatively new “re-aging” procedure that will alter the course of her marriage, and her life, is presented as science fiction. But it would be a shame if readers disinterested in the sci-fi genre were to bypass the book for that reason; while Flash Back has the accouterments of sci-fi, it reads and feels a lot like serious literary fiction.
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R. Margolis October 2, 2015