Both Sides of Time


Kirkus Reviews wrote "Cooney (Driver's Ed, 1994, etc.), usually such a pro on the specifics, weakens this time travel with inattention to detail." and "Toward the end of the book she (Annie) begins to look beyond herself, making a second trip to the past to prevent a miscarriage of justice, but for readers, it's too little, too late. She deserves everything she gets."[11] and Publishers Weekly found "this tale of time travel and romance lacks the momentum of the author's best work"[12]

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