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Kay's life is in a mess. Now she's been given the chance to travel to her own past. Can she use the opportunity to turn things around? At 18, she had it all - brains, beauty, and plans for a glittering career. By 43, she is barely scraping a living and renting a grotty flat above a chip shop. Traded in by her husband for a younger model, she spends her life seeking solace i Kay's life is in a mess. Now she's been given the chance to travel to her own past. Can she use the opportunity to turn things around? At 18, she had it all - brains, beauty, and plans for a glittering career. By 43, she is barely scraping a living and renting a grotty flat above a chip shop. Traded in by her husband for a younger model, she spends her life seeking solace in vodka and one night stands. With her new found ability to time travel, Kay enjoys her trips to the past, from reliving Christmas Day in the 1980's to playing private detective. But will an attempt to unmask a murderer in the local community be her undoing? This story is the eighth part of an epic series exploring the time travel genre in original and innovative ways. It can be enjoyed standalone or as part of the main series.


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Kay's life is in a mess. Now she's been given the chance to travel to her own past. Can she use the opportunity to turn things around? At 18, she had it all - brains, beauty, and plans for a glittering career. By 43, she is barely scraping a living and renting a grotty flat above a chip shop. Traded in by her husband for a younger model, she spends her life seeking solace i Kay's life is in a mess. Now she's been given the chance to travel to her own past. Can she use the opportunity to turn things around? At 18, she had it all - brains, beauty, and plans for a glittering career. By 43, she is barely scraping a living and renting a grotty flat above a chip shop. Traded in by her husband for a younger model, she spends her life seeking solace in vodka and one night stands. With her new found ability to time travel, Kay enjoys her trips to the past, from reliving Christmas Day in the 1980's to playing private detective. But will an attempt to unmask a murderer in the local community be her undoing? This story is the eighth part of an epic series exploring the time travel genre in original and innovative ways. It can be enjoyed standalone or as part of the main series.

30 review for Rock Bottom

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chip

    A light fun-hearted time traveling story with a somewhat depressing main character. Not quite as good or well organized as the first of the series - certain facts and characters are thrown in almost as an after thought (also doesn't seem to get going till Kay meets up with Kent). Kay seems to come up with the correct answers to her problems too easily and quickly. Creative new solutions to time traveling that doesn't allow the future to be changed by actions in the past. Worth your money to read A light fun-hearted time traveling story with a somewhat depressing main character. Not quite as good or well organized as the first of the series - certain facts and characters are thrown in almost as an after thought (also doesn't seem to get going till Kay meets up with Kent). Kay seems to come up with the correct answers to her problems too easily and quickly. Creative new solutions to time traveling that doesn't allow the future to be changed by actions in the past. Worth your money to read since all of Jason's books are enjoyable.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    More a four and three quarters. Still very good but the main character's teeth , I dunno, just jarred and her fall from beauty could it be so bad? The time travel element again excellent with interesting change of view on the usual go back and buy a winning lottery ticket. Can we have some more going back a little further? More a four and three quarters. Still very good but the main character's teeth , I dunno, just jarred and her fall from beauty could it be so bad? The time travel element again excellent with interesting change of view on the usual go back and buy a winning lottery ticket. Can we have some more going back a little further?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bernice Fullerton

    If only! If you had the chance to go back to a day from your past and do it again, where would you go? I know that with the benefit of hindsight, there are definitely a few pivotal days where I would do things differently. That is the offer that is made to Kay. Her life currently is a culmination of bad luck and bad decisions that have left her at rock bottom. Suddenly her younger self appears to her with the offer of the chance to go back to 6 days from her past in order to change her life. Bei If only! If you had the chance to go back to a day from your past and do it again, where would you go? I know that with the benefit of hindsight, there are definitely a few pivotal days where I would do things differently. That is the offer that is made to Kay. Her life currently is a culmination of bad luck and bad decisions that have left her at rock bottom. Suddenly her younger self appears to her with the offer of the chance to go back to 6 days from her past in order to change her life. Being more than a little drunk at the time, she thought she must have dreamed it, but it's true. I enjoyed her adventures, and will be reading the next book on the series as a result.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Stewart Geddes

    cracker Having now read all the second chances books I can safely say they are one of my favourite series to read. I read them each in a matter of hours and felt motivated and inspired by the characters within who's stories tell us to savour every moment and live life to full. Excellent read, would highly recommend. cracker Having now read all the second chances books I can safely say they are one of my favourite series to read. I read them each in a matter of hours and felt motivated and inspired by the characters within who's stories tell us to savour every moment and live life to full. Excellent read, would highly recommend.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ian Wardell

    My Rating 83/100. This was a hugely enjoyable read, even better than the first one in the series "Midlife Crisis". Maybe even better than his (currently) three time bubble novels. Highly recommended. My Rating 83/100. This was a hugely enjoyable read, even better than the first one in the series "Midlife Crisis". Maybe even better than his (currently) three time bubble novels. Highly recommended.

  6. 4 out of 5

    James L Fields

    Great story! What would you do if you could go back in your life? Another fun book by this author. It moves along at a fast pace. Love the characters. Can't wait to start the next one. Please continue this series, as well! Pure enjoyment. Well written. Great story! What would you do if you could go back in your life? Another fun book by this author. It moves along at a fast pace. Love the characters. Can't wait to start the next one. Please continue this series, as well! Pure enjoyment. Well written.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Hil

    At first I thought it started off a bit samey to the other book in the series, which I enjoyed anyway so it didn't matter, but I liked the progression of the story including the previous book and the potential for a 'Partners in Time' detective spin off! I plan to read more from the series... At first I thought it started off a bit samey to the other book in the series, which I enjoyed anyway so it didn't matter, but I liked the progression of the story including the previous book and the potential for a 'Partners in Time' detective spin off! I plan to read more from the series...

  8. 5 out of 5

    Graham Bowden

    Another great time traveling book from Jason which if you liked the previous one's in the series you'll love this as well. Another great time traveling book from Jason which if you liked the previous one's in the series you'll love this as well.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Leigh

    Great read. I'm loving the first 2 books of this series. Not sure if to carry on with the series. I might need a little break from time travel for a book or two. Great read. I'm loving the first 2 books of this series. Not sure if to carry on with the series. I might need a little break from time travel for a book or two.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    This second book in the series is another fun read. The writing style is rather immature, but I kept wanting to know what happened next.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Jenkins

    Great story. A must read if you like time travel books! I love the whole series and how the characters all come together.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mark Draper

    If you've enjoyed the previous books in this universe you'll love this. It follows on from Midlife Crisis (Second Chances Book 1) in which we got to learn more about Richard Kent, a character that didn't come out looking great in the Time Bubble series. That story introduced the main character of this book, Kay, who on first meeting comes across as a rather pathetic individual. Once again the author takes the chance to explain how the main character has ended up being someone you probably wouldn' If you've enjoyed the previous books in this universe you'll love this. It follows on from Midlife Crisis (Second Chances Book 1) in which we got to learn more about Richard Kent, a character that didn't come out looking great in the Time Bubble series. That story introduced the main character of this book, Kay, who on first meeting comes across as a rather pathetic individual. Once again the author takes the chance to explain how the main character has ended up being someone you probably wouldn't like if you met them in real life. As with Midlife Crisis (or rather because of Richard Kent in Midlife Crisis) Kay is given the same opportunity to relive days from her past in order to try and sort out her current life and have a better future. It's a cracking read, although a short one (I blasted through it in a couple of days and I'm a slow reader). I really liked what must have been a last minute edit to get in a reference to some very recent news, gave it a great feeling of realism to be referencing something that's only just happened. I loved the ending, I won't give anything away I'll just say it gives a satisfying explanation and makes me wonder what the next book will focus on, after all the author has a lovely habit of leaving breadcrumbs in current books leading you to the next story he has in mind.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Marbeth Lynch

    Great read that sparked the imagination I thoroughly enjoyed this book, as I did all other books by Jason Ayres. It got me thinking, daydreaming and filled me with nostalgia. I look forward to the next book by Jason who's by now one of my favourite authors. Great read that sparked the imagination I thoroughly enjoyed this book, as I did all other books by Jason Ayres. It got me thinking, daydreaming and filled me with nostalgia. I look forward to the next book by Jason who's by now one of my favourite authors.

  14. 5 out of 5

    jin

  15. 4 out of 5

    Hendy Family

  16. 4 out of 5

    Heather Clark

  17. 5 out of 5

    OTIS

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jane Brown

  19. 4 out of 5

    kerry

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lucy

  21. 4 out of 5

    Trudy

  22. 4 out of 5

    DT Shield

  23. 4 out of 5

    Mr Hedley M Batchelor

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kelley

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mary

  26. 4 out of 5

    Paul D Walker

  27. 5 out of 5

    chris u

  28. 5 out of 5

    Paula Ayres

  29. 5 out of 5

    Barry Higgins

  30. 5 out of 5

    frank higham

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