The Psychology of Time Travel

The Psychology of Time Travel

Perfect for fans of Naomi Alderman's The Power and Margot Lee Shetterly?s Hidden Figures comes The Psychology of Time Travel, a mind-bending, time-travel debut. In 1967, four female scientists worked together to build the world?s first time machine. But just as they are about to debut their creation, one of them suffers a breakdown, putting the whole project?and future of t Perfect for fans of Naomi Alderman's The Power and Margot Lee Shetterly?s Hidden Figures comes The Psychology...

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Title:The Psychology of Time Travel
Author:Kate Mascarenhas
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Genres:Science Fiction
ISBN:1683319443
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:336 pages pages

The Psychology of Time Travel Reviews

  • Blair
    Aug 08, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

  • Denise
    Sep 24, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

    I do enjoy a time travel story, not that I?ve read many, but the idea of it really does intrigue me. This was a book that I really didn?t want to stop reading. I had things I needed to do but I kept putting them off to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the whole idea ...

    Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Reading this debut novel was a happy surprise. It was tightly plotted and well written. Time travel has been invented and successfully tested in the opening chapter, but one woman ?pioneer...

  • Denise
    Sep 24, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

    I do enjoy a time travel story, not that I?ve read many, but the idea of it really does intrigue me. This was a book that I really didn?t want to stop reading. I had things I needed to do but I kept putting them off to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the whole idea ...

    Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Reading this debut novel was a happy surprise. It was tightly plotted and well written. Time travel has been invented and successfully tested in the opening chapter, but one woman ?pioneer...

    CW: Harmful/antiquated attitudes towards mental health Note: I received a free digital ARC of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review The title itself was enough to intrigue me and the synopsis sold me on the story. I didn't have too high of an expectation though...

    More reviews up on my blog Inside My Library Mind This is Feminist Fiction I struggle a lot with feminist fiction because most of it tries too hard and it?s always so on the nose about it. This one is just feminist because it is. This focuses solely on female characters and I...

    RTC but in the meantime... I really enjoyed this one, though it was not what I expected from the blurb. The Psychology of Time Travel is the perfect name for this book, as it is a time travel story, yes, but it also deals with the way in which time travel might change a person, a...

    My View: This is a really difficult book to review because it is unique; the cover might look soft and fuzzy but the content is complex, at times brutal and always interesting. It is a mash up of genres- time travel, romance and a family orientated, murder mystery with a serious femin...

    The year is 1967 and four women are about to achieve worldwide fame for being the first to reveal their invention to the world; a Time Machine. As the stand in front of the live television audience and demonstrate the machine, as they step out, one of the four, Barbara Hereford has a b...

    This is the weirdest book I have read about time travel. I wonder what the aim of the author was when writing this novel. IMHO it showed that (here comes a little spoiler) any organization under a narcissistic boss could turn into a horrible place to work where unthinkable actions are ...

    A feminist take on time travel and its psychological effects by debut author, Kate Mascarenhas. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF TIME TRAVEL is divided into three main time lines: 1967 where four women invent time travel, 2017 where Ruby learns more about her grandmother's involvement in the inv...

    I knew right away I was going to adore this book. It opens in 1967 when four young women scientists - Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara - are pioneering time travel (with the help of a rabbit called Patrick Troughton). What?s not to love? But it all goes a bit pear-shaped for them...

    A murder mystery that crosses the barriers of time, both in its execution and its investigation. What an intriguing premise, and combined with the quaint cover with its cute stitching alluding to all things the opposite of quaint, I knew this was a debut I did not want to miss. From th...

    When you're a time traveler, the people you love die, and you carry on seeing them, so their death stops making a difference to you. The only death that will ever change things is your own. This is a touching story about four women who pioneered the invention of time machine in ...

    In 1967, four female scientists build the world's first time travel machine. But, just when they're presenting their invention on live TV, one of them has a mental breakdown. In order to prevent negative attention being drawn to the project, she is exiled from the team. Fifty years lat...

    Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Reading this debut novel was a happy surprise. It was tightly plotted and well written. Time travel has been invented and successfully tested in the opening chapter, but one woman ?pioneer...

  • Melanie (Mel's Bookland Adventures)
    Jul 28, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

  • Den
    Aug 18, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

    I do enjoy a time travel story, not that I?ve read many, but the idea of it really does intrigue me. This was a book that I really didn?t want to stop reading. I had things I needed to do but I kept putting them off to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the whole idea ...

    Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Reading this debut novel was a happy surprise. It was tightly plotted and well written. Time travel has been invented and successfully tested in the opening chapter, but one woman ?pioneer...

    CW: Harmful/antiquated attitudes towards mental health Note: I received a free digital ARC of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review The title itself was enough to intrigue me and the synopsis sold me on the story. I didn't have too high of an expectation though...

    More reviews up on my blog Inside My Library Mind This is Feminist Fiction I struggle a lot with feminist fiction because most of it tries too hard and it?s always so on the nose about it. This one is just feminist because it is. This focuses solely on female characters and I...

    RTC but in the meantime... I really enjoyed this one, though it was not what I expected from the blurb. The Psychology of Time Travel is the perfect name for this book, as it is a time travel story, yes, but it also deals with the way in which time travel might change a person, a...

    My View: This is a really difficult book to review because it is unique; the cover might look soft and fuzzy but the content is complex, at times brutal and always interesting. It is a mash up of genres- time travel, romance and a family orientated, murder mystery with a serious femin...

    The year is 1967 and four women are about to achieve worldwide fame for being the first to reveal their invention to the world; a Time Machine. As the stand in front of the live television audience and demonstrate the machine, as they step out, one of the four, Barbara Hereford has a b...

    This is the weirdest book I have read about time travel. I wonder what the aim of the author was when writing this novel. IMHO it showed that (here comes a little spoiler) any organization under a narcissistic boss could turn into a horrible place to work where unthinkable actions are ...

    A feminist take on time travel and its psychological effects by debut author, Kate Mascarenhas. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF TIME TRAVEL is divided into three main time lines: 1967 where four women invent time travel, 2017 where Ruby learns more about her grandmother's involvement in the inv...

    I knew right away I was going to adore this book. It opens in 1967 when four young women scientists - Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara - are pioneering time travel (with the help of a rabbit called Patrick Troughton). What?s not to love? But it all goes a bit pear-shaped for them...

    A murder mystery that crosses the barriers of time, both in its execution and its investigation. What an intriguing premise, and combined with the quaint cover with its cute stitching alluding to all things the opposite of quaint, I knew this was a debut I did not want to miss. From th...

    When you're a time traveler, the people you love die, and you carry on seeing them, so their death stops making a difference to you. The only death that will ever change things is your own. This is a touching story about four women who pioneered the invention of time machine in ...

  • Nicki
    May 31, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

    I do enjoy a time travel story, not that I?ve read many, but the idea of it really does intrigue me. This was a book that I really didn?t want to stop reading. I had things I needed to do but I kept putting them off to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the whole idea ...

  • Debra
    Sep 16, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

  • Figgy
    Sep 03, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

    I do enjoy a time travel story, not that I?ve read many, but the idea of it really does intrigue me. This was a book that I really didn?t want to stop reading. I had things I needed to do but I kept putting them off to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the whole idea ...

    Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Reading this debut novel was a happy surprise. It was tightly plotted and well written. Time travel has been invented and successfully tested in the opening chapter, but one woman ?pioneer...

    CW: Harmful/antiquated attitudes towards mental health Note: I received a free digital ARC of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review The title itself was enough to intrigue me and the synopsis sold me on the story. I didn't have too high of an expectation though...

    More reviews up on my blog Inside My Library Mind This is Feminist Fiction I struggle a lot with feminist fiction because most of it tries too hard and it?s always so on the nose about it. This one is just feminist because it is. This focuses solely on female characters and I...

    RTC but in the meantime... I really enjoyed this one, though it was not what I expected from the blurb. The Psychology of Time Travel is the perfect name for this book, as it is a time travel story, yes, but it also deals with the way in which time travel might change a person, a...

  • Marianne
    Sep 18, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

  • Kate
    Aug 08, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

  • Cathy
    Aug 24, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

  • Nikki
    Sep 24, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

  • Melissa (Mel’s Bookshelf)
    Sep 08, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

  • i.
    Sep 30, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

    I do enjoy a time travel story, not that I?ve read many, but the idea of it really does intrigue me. This was a book that I really didn?t want to stop reading. I had things I needed to do but I kept putting them off to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the whole idea ...

    Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Reading this debut novel was a happy surprise. It was tightly plotted and well written. Time travel has been invented and successfully tested in the opening chapter, but one woman ?pioneer...

    CW: Harmful/antiquated attitudes towards mental health Note: I received a free digital ARC of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review The title itself was enough to intrigue me and the synopsis sold me on the story. I didn't have too high of an expectation though...

    More reviews up on my blog Inside My Library Mind This is Feminist Fiction I struggle a lot with feminist fiction because most of it tries too hard and it?s always so on the nose about it. This one is just feminist because it is. This focuses solely on female characters and I...

    RTC but in the meantime... I really enjoyed this one, though it was not what I expected from the blurb. The Psychology of Time Travel is the perfect name for this book, as it is a time travel story, yes, but it also deals with the way in which time travel might change a person, a...

    My View: This is a really difficult book to review because it is unique; the cover might look soft and fuzzy but the content is complex, at times brutal and always interesting. It is a mash up of genres- time travel, romance and a family orientated, murder mystery with a serious femin...

    The year is 1967 and four women are about to achieve worldwide fame for being the first to reveal their invention to the world; a Time Machine. As the stand in front of the live television audience and demonstrate the machine, as they step out, one of the four, Barbara Hereford has a b...

    This is the weirdest book I have read about time travel. I wonder what the aim of the author was when writing this novel. IMHO it showed that (here comes a little spoiler) any organization under a narcissistic boss could turn into a horrible place to work where unthinkable actions are ...

  • Carol -  Reading Writing and Riesling
    Aug 09, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

    I do enjoy a time travel story, not that I?ve read many, but the idea of it really does intrigue me. This was a book that I really didn?t want to stop reading. I had things I needed to do but I kept putting them off to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the whole idea ...

    Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Reading this debut novel was a happy surprise. It was tightly plotted and well written. Time travel has been invented and successfully tested in the opening chapter, but one woman ?pioneer...

    CW: Harmful/antiquated attitudes towards mental health Note: I received a free digital ARC of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review The title itself was enough to intrigue me and the synopsis sold me on the story. I didn't have too high of an expectation though...

    More reviews up on my blog Inside My Library Mind This is Feminist Fiction I struggle a lot with feminist fiction because most of it tries too hard and it?s always so on the nose about it. This one is just feminist because it is. This focuses solely on female characters and I...

    RTC but in the meantime... I really enjoyed this one, though it was not what I expected from the blurb. The Psychology of Time Travel is the perfect name for this book, as it is a time travel story, yes, but it also deals with the way in which time travel might change a person, a...

    My View: This is a really difficult book to review because it is unique; the cover might look soft and fuzzy but the content is complex, at times brutal and always interesting. It is a mash up of genres- time travel, romance and a family orientated, murder mystery with a serious femin...

  • Paul
    Aug 14, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

    I do enjoy a time travel story, not that I?ve read many, but the idea of it really does intrigue me. This was a book that I really didn?t want to stop reading. I had things I needed to do but I kept putting them off to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the whole idea ...

    Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Reading this debut novel was a happy surprise. It was tightly plotted and well written. Time travel has been invented and successfully tested in the opening chapter, but one woman ?pioneer...

    CW: Harmful/antiquated attitudes towards mental health Note: I received a free digital ARC of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review The title itself was enough to intrigue me and the synopsis sold me on the story. I didn't have too high of an expectation though...

    More reviews up on my blog Inside My Library Mind This is Feminist Fiction I struggle a lot with feminist fiction because most of it tries too hard and it?s always so on the nose about it. This one is just feminist because it is. This focuses solely on female characters and I...

    RTC but in the meantime... I really enjoyed this one, though it was not what I expected from the blurb. The Psychology of Time Travel is the perfect name for this book, as it is a time travel story, yes, but it also deals with the way in which time travel might change a person, a...

    My View: This is a really difficult book to review because it is unique; the cover might look soft and fuzzy but the content is complex, at times brutal and always interesting. It is a mash up of genres- time travel, romance and a family orientated, murder mystery with a serious femin...

    The year is 1967 and four women are about to achieve worldwide fame for being the first to reveal their invention to the world; a Time Machine. As the stand in front of the live television audience and demonstrate the machine, as they step out, one of the four, Barbara Hereford has a b...

  • Evelina | AvalinahsBooks
    Sep 20, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

  • Christina - Traveling Sister
    Sep 27, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

  • Theresa Smith Writes
    Aug 30, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

    I do enjoy a time travel story, not that I?ve read many, but the idea of it really does intrigue me. This was a book that I really didn?t want to stop reading. I had things I needed to do but I kept putting them off to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the whole idea ...

    Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Reading this debut novel was a happy surprise. It was tightly plotted and well written. Time travel has been invented and successfully tested in the opening chapter, but one woman ?pioneer...

    CW: Harmful/antiquated attitudes towards mental health Note: I received a free digital ARC of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review The title itself was enough to intrigue me and the synopsis sold me on the story. I didn't have too high of an expectation though...

    More reviews up on my blog Inside My Library Mind This is Feminist Fiction I struggle a lot with feminist fiction because most of it tries too hard and it?s always so on the nose about it. This one is just feminist because it is. This focuses solely on female characters and I...

    RTC but in the meantime... I really enjoyed this one, though it was not what I expected from the blurb. The Psychology of Time Travel is the perfect name for this book, as it is a time travel story, yes, but it also deals with the way in which time travel might change a person, a...

    My View: This is a really difficult book to review because it is unique; the cover might look soft and fuzzy but the content is complex, at times brutal and always interesting. It is a mash up of genres- time travel, romance and a family orientated, murder mystery with a serious femin...

    The year is 1967 and four women are about to achieve worldwide fame for being the first to reveal their invention to the world; a Time Machine. As the stand in front of the live television audience and demonstrate the machine, as they step out, one of the four, Barbara Hereford has a b...

    This is the weirdest book I have read about time travel. I wonder what the aim of the author was when writing this novel. IMHO it showed that (here comes a little spoiler) any organization under a narcissistic boss could turn into a horrible place to work where unthinkable actions are ...

    A feminist take on time travel and its psychological effects by debut author, Kate Mascarenhas. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF TIME TRAVEL is divided into three main time lines: 1967 where four women invent time travel, 2017 where Ruby learns more about her grandmother's involvement in the inv...

    I knew right away I was going to adore this book. It opens in 1967 when four young women scientists - Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara - are pioneering time travel (with the help of a rabbit called Patrick Troughton). What?s not to love? But it all goes a bit pear-shaped for them...

    A murder mystery that crosses the barriers of time, both in its execution and its investigation. What an intriguing premise, and combined with the quaint cover with its cute stitching alluding to all things the opposite of quaint, I knew this was a debut I did not want to miss. From th...

  • Latkins
    May 17, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

  • Bookdragon Sean
    Aug 22, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

  • Ivana A.
    Aug 24, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

  • Inside My Library Mind
    Aug 03, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

    I do enjoy a time travel story, not that I?ve read many, but the idea of it really does intrigue me. This was a book that I really didn?t want to stop reading. I had things I needed to do but I kept putting them off to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the whole idea ...

    Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Reading this debut novel was a happy surprise. It was tightly plotted and well written. Time travel has been invented and successfully tested in the opening chapter, but one woman ?pioneer...

    CW: Harmful/antiquated attitudes towards mental health Note: I received a free digital ARC of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review The title itself was enough to intrigue me and the synopsis sold me on the story. I didn't have too high of an expectation though...

    More reviews up on my blog Inside My Library Mind This is Feminist Fiction I struggle a lot with feminist fiction because most of it tries too hard and it?s always so on the nose about it. This one is just feminist because it is. This focuses solely on female characters and I...

  • Scatterbooker
    Sep 20, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

    I do enjoy a time travel story, not that I?ve read many, but the idea of it really does intrigue me. This was a book that I really didn?t want to stop reading. I had things I needed to do but I kept putting them off to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the whole idea ...

    Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Reading this debut novel was a happy surprise. It was tightly plotted and well written. Time travel has been invented and successfully tested in the opening chapter, but one woman ?pioneer...

    CW: Harmful/antiquated attitudes towards mental health Note: I received a free digital ARC of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review The title itself was enough to intrigue me and the synopsis sold me on the story. I didn't have too high of an expectation though...

    More reviews up on my blog Inside My Library Mind This is Feminist Fiction I struggle a lot with feminist fiction because most of it tries too hard and it?s always so on the nose about it. This one is just feminist because it is. This focuses solely on female characters and I...

    RTC but in the meantime... I really enjoyed this one, though it was not what I expected from the blurb. The Psychology of Time Travel is the perfect name for this book, as it is a time travel story, yes, but it also deals with the way in which time travel might change a person, a...

    My View: This is a really difficult book to review because it is unique; the cover might look soft and fuzzy but the content is complex, at times brutal and always interesting. It is a mash up of genres- time travel, romance and a family orientated, murder mystery with a serious femin...

    The year is 1967 and four women are about to achieve worldwide fame for being the first to reveal their invention to the world; a Time Machine. As the stand in front of the live television audience and demonstrate the machine, as they step out, one of the four, Barbara Hereford has a b...

    This is the weirdest book I have read about time travel. I wonder what the aim of the author was when writing this novel. IMHO it showed that (here comes a little spoiler) any organization under a narcissistic boss could turn into a horrible place to work where unthinkable actions are ...

    A feminist take on time travel and its psychological effects by debut author, Kate Mascarenhas. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF TIME TRAVEL is divided into three main time lines: 1967 where four women invent time travel, 2017 where Ruby learns more about her grandmother's involvement in the inv...

  • Nandini Bharadwaj
    Jul 28, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

    I do enjoy a time travel story, not that I?ve read many, but the idea of it really does intrigue me. This was a book that I really didn?t want to stop reading. I had things I needed to do but I kept putting them off to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the whole idea ...

    Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Reading this debut novel was a happy surprise. It was tightly plotted and well written. Time travel has been invented and successfully tested in the opening chapter, but one woman ?pioneer...

    CW: Harmful/antiquated attitudes towards mental health Note: I received a free digital ARC of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review The title itself was enough to intrigue me and the synopsis sold me on the story. I didn't have too high of an expectation though...

  • Lou
    Aug 12, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

  • Alexis
    Jul 30, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

  • Lindsay - Traveling Sister
    Sep 22, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

  • Ella (The Story Collector)
    Aug 07, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

    I do enjoy a time travel story, not that I?ve read many, but the idea of it really does intrigue me. This was a book that I really didn?t want to stop reading. I had things I needed to do but I kept putting them off to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the whole idea ...

    Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Reading this debut novel was a happy surprise. It was tightly plotted and well written. Time travel has been invented and successfully tested in the opening chapter, but one woman ?pioneer...

    CW: Harmful/antiquated attitudes towards mental health Note: I received a free digital ARC of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review The title itself was enough to intrigue me and the synopsis sold me on the story. I didn't have too high of an expectation though...

    More reviews up on my blog Inside My Library Mind This is Feminist Fiction I struggle a lot with feminist fiction because most of it tries too hard and it?s always so on the nose about it. This one is just feminist because it is. This focuses solely on female characters and I...

    RTC but in the meantime... I really enjoyed this one, though it was not what I expected from the blurb. The Psychology of Time Travel is the perfect name for this book, as it is a time travel story, yes, but it also deals with the way in which time travel might change a person, a...

    My View: This is a really difficult book to review because it is unique; the cover might look soft and fuzzy but the content is complex, at times brutal and always interesting. It is a mash up of genres- time travel, romance and a family orientated, murder mystery with a serious femin...

    The year is 1967 and four women are about to achieve worldwide fame for being the first to reveal their invention to the world; a Time Machine. As the stand in front of the live television audience and demonstrate the machine, as they step out, one of the four, Barbara Hereford has a b...

    This is the weirdest book I have read about time travel. I wonder what the aim of the author was when writing this novel. IMHO it showed that (here comes a little spoiler) any organization under a narcissistic boss could turn into a horrible place to work where unthinkable actions are ...

    A feminist take on time travel and its psychological effects by debut author, Kate Mascarenhas. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF TIME TRAVEL is divided into three main time lines: 1967 where four women invent time travel, 2017 where Ruby learns more about her grandmother's involvement in the inv...

    I knew right away I was going to adore this book. It opens in 1967 when four young women scientists - Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara - are pioneering time travel (with the help of a rabbit called Patrick Troughton). What?s not to love? But it all goes a bit pear-shaped for them...

    A murder mystery that crosses the barriers of time, both in its execution and its investigation. What an intriguing premise, and combined with the quaint cover with its cute stitching alluding to all things the opposite of quaint, I knew this was a debut I did not want to miss. From th...

    When you're a time traveler, the people you love die, and you carry on seeing them, so their death stops making a difference to you. The only death that will ever change things is your own. This is a touching story about four women who pioneered the invention of time machine in ...

    In 1967, four female scientists build the world's first time travel machine. But, just when they're presenting their invention on live TV, one of them has a mental breakdown. In order to prevent negative attention being drawn to the project, she is exiled from the team. Fifty years lat...

  • Sheri
    Jun 29, 2018

    Time travel is a fantastic concept and it?s almost limitless in its possibilities. An author could take their book anywhere and to anyone: it could be so many things. I?d love to see more of them out there in the market. The Psychology of Time Travel explores many ideas and it ...

    When four female scientists create the world's first-time machine in 1967, they had no idea how they would alter the world (or themselves). These women were known as pioneers, each with her own specialty to assist each other in the development of the time machine. Fifty years later, ti...

    3.5, an epic tale of Traveling Sisters stars!!! Full review featured on my blog Recipe and a Read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting story about four women who pioneered the invention of time travel in 1967 and the repercussions of that choice and ability. This book ...

    Time travel books are generally hit or miss with me. Some of my favourite and LEAST favourite books (cough.. Outlander... Cough) are time travel related. I really enjoy the concept and find it really clever how some authors navigate it. I really enjoyed this one. It was different to an...

    'The Psychology of Time Travel' is Kate Mascarenhas' exciting debut and mixes a variety of genres in a special way. Part mystery, part thriller, part science fiction, this novel has a little something for everyone within it. It also boldly explores difficult but important themes and is...

    A glorious, beautifully crafted novel that treats the theme of time travel in such an original way - no concerns here about meeting your future self or selves. Clever and quite complex but also full of heart. There's a lot to say about this wonderful, memorable novel and the women in i...

    At one point in the novel, one of the characters observes that a characteristic of more experienced time travellers is that they generally have ?a weird hippocampus?. Having now read the book, I feel I can definitely identify with this ? and goodness knows what the author?s h...

    The Psychology of Time Travel presents an alternate version of recent history that is captivating from the first page. In 1967, time travel is invented by a team of four female scientists ? Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara, or, as they're often known, 'the pioneers'. However, the...

    2.5 stars. Review to come.... ...

    The Psychology of Time Travel is the first novel by British psychologist, copywriter, bookbinder, doll?s house maker and author, Kate Mascarenhas. It?s 1967 and Barbara, Grace, Margaret and Lucille are pioneers, building a time machine. Successfully, because these are smart ladies ...

    2.75 stars rounded up ...

    An ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! ...

    This is a brilliant novel which combines a time-travelling tale with a mystery and a story about families - mothers and daughters, lovers and spouses, friends and foes. In this world, time travel was invented in 1967 by four female scientists. Soon 'the Conclave' was set up - a clichey...

    I adore time travel narratives, it's one of those things that will always make me pick up a book. We all have those positive "triggers" that will makes us choose one book over the other. And I am certainly glad that I got to read this one. For one, Kate Mascarenhas is from the Midlands...

    DNF @ 60% The separate ingredients of this book were great: the diversity, the mystery, the premise of time travel and even the world building. But I failed to fall in love with the book. It's hard to say why - for me, it's the characters that make a book. And characters are not the s...

    This book is something rarely seen in the literary world, or at least it is to me. It's a sci-fi book aimed at women. This is an amazing thing and it will still seem odd to plenty of men that women might be interested in science or time travel, but believe me it's true. I actually saw ...

    I do enjoy a time travel story, not that I?ve read many, but the idea of it really does intrigue me. This was a book that I really didn?t want to stop reading. I had things I needed to do but I kept putting them off to find out what was going to happen next. I loved the whole idea ...

    Thank you NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review. Reading this debut novel was a happy surprise. It was tightly plotted and well written. Time travel has been invented and successfully tested in the opening chapter, but one woman ?pioneer...

    CW: Harmful/antiquated attitudes towards mental health Note: I received a free digital ARC of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review The title itself was enough to intrigue me and the synopsis sold me on the story. I didn't have too high of an expectation though...

    More reviews up on my blog Inside My Library Mind This is Feminist Fiction I struggle a lot with feminist fiction because most of it tries too hard and it?s always so on the nose about it. This one is just feminist because it is. This focuses solely on female characters and I...

    RTC but in the meantime... I really enjoyed this one, though it was not what I expected from the blurb. The Psychology of Time Travel is the perfect name for this book, as it is a time travel story, yes, but it also deals with the way in which time travel might change a person, a...

    My View: This is a really difficult book to review because it is unique; the cover might look soft and fuzzy but the content is complex, at times brutal and always interesting. It is a mash up of genres- time travel, romance and a family orientated, murder mystery with a serious femin...

    The year is 1967 and four women are about to achieve worldwide fame for being the first to reveal their invention to the world; a Time Machine. As the stand in front of the live television audience and demonstrate the machine, as they step out, one of the four, Barbara Hereford has a b...

    This is the weirdest book I have read about time travel. I wonder what the aim of the author was when writing this novel. IMHO it showed that (here comes a little spoiler) any organization under a narcissistic boss could turn into a horrible place to work where unthinkable actions are ...

    A feminist take on time travel and its psychological effects by debut author, Kate Mascarenhas. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF TIME TRAVEL is divided into three main time lines: 1967 where four women invent time travel, 2017 where Ruby learns more about her grandmother's involvement in the inv...

    I knew right away I was going to adore this book. It opens in 1967 when four young women scientists - Margaret, Lucille, Grace and Barbara - are pioneering time travel (with the help of a rabbit called Patrick Troughton). What?s not to love? But it all goes a bit pear-shaped for them...