Winnie is a 16-year-old girl that can see things no one else can. She can see “splits,” when two outcomes diverge; also known as the multi verse theory. She keeps her power a secret, because she knows it could be used among the midst of the WWII. Her physicist father experiments on her to see if she could change the future and the past. It was all fine until Scott, her father’s lab assistant, gets injured. Winnie chooses the reality where he is fine, but she finds out she doesn’t belong there.
This book contains themes about science, war, and romance that seemingly blend together nicely. In this story, Winnie learns more about herself and how she can form her identity. This book is a quick read that had me hooked onto every page. I really enjoyed this book since there is both romance and science. I also like how there is time travel and war in this book. I really like the cover, I like how there are cities in the two faces, and I like how there are war planes signifying World War II. I would recommend this book to those who like books about science, war, and romance.