Road to Yesterday by Greta Cribbs

Families are complex. We are either born into one or create our own. Love is complex. We either embrace it or ignore it. This author creates a book that explores both these issues. It could have been a heavy book with one tear shedding after another. But this author takes this heavy idea and turns it upside down, and that’s why I loved it. The idea of time travel fascinates me because there are things in my life I’d like to change, but I know it would change who I am now and what my life is like. The author takes a sci-fi trope and gives it an emotional umbrella that pulled me in from the very beginning. The characters were very well-developed and read like people I know if my own life. Her dialog was completely realistic and served to move the plot to the end. I stayed up way too late reading this one, but I just needed to know how it ended. When I finished this book I had a hard time reentering my real life. It gave me all the feels.


Would you travel through time to save your brother’s life? How much would you be willing to sacrifice for the good of your family?
Two brothers fight for their lives in two hospitals, one in 2007 and the other in 2017. Meanwhile their younger sisters, Kim and Violet, find themselves traveling a road where time is no longer constant. The four of them are hurtling toward an unknown future, or an unknown past. Determined to save the lives of both their brothers, Kim and Violet seek the help of a mysterious man who seems to hold the key to everything. Can they find the answers they need before time runs out?




Greta Cribbs has worn many hats over the years, from mom to schoolteacher to church choir director. She constantly seeks out opportunities to indulge her many interests, but writing is the passion that has been with her the longest. She wrote her first poem at the age of nine and has been creating stories ever since. She published her first book, Amelia’s Children, in 2015. Primogénito is her second published work. You can follow @GretaCribbs on Twitter for the latest information about her writing and other projects she is working on.






  1. The thought of time travel always messes with my mind… and I LOVE doctor who. It’s just… the actual thought of it. How much would I be willing to risk for my loved ones… that’s a great question. And probably a lot more than I should.

    I should probably just read this book. It’s got me thinking a lot from just the blurb.

  2. This sounds like a really awesome book! The last book I read on time traveling irritated my entire soul because I never got answers but this one sounds like it’ll be a good read. Added bonus because it won’t make me cry.

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