Call Time

Call Time

Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Hardback Published on: 11/05/2023
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Call Time
Worth It
A slow start but it was worth sticking with, this was really dark and very funny. There was a real retro vibe to the story with lots of nods to 80s pop cul... READ MORE
Chrys - Plymouth
Call Time
Could picture this as a TV series
I'll admit it, I am always wary when a celebrity dips his toe in to the writing world but this novel was a pleasant surprise. Against the odds, the main ch... READ MORE
kerry fagan


Bob Bloomfield's whole life changed when his little brother Tom was tragically killed in childhood. Now a ruthless corporate partner, with a "materially rich, spiritually empty" existence, Bob has done enough living for two. But then the impossible happens. A seemingly ordinary phone allows Bob to connect to the past... and speak with his twelve-year-old self. And his calls back through time are creating real changes in the present. Which leaves Bob with two questions: Is this a chance to prevent his brother's death? And will he like the world he's created if he succeeds?

  • Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
  • ISBN: 9780241561409
  • Number of pages: 304
  • Weight: 400g
  • Dimensions: 218 x 144 x 34 mm

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Call Time
What if you could change your past?
Bob is not a nice person, even he knows that. However, he blames himself and how he turned out on his brother's death as a child. So when he finds a phone ... READ MORE
Bri C
Call Time
Couldn't put it down!
I bought this book purely by chance as Steve was talking about it at my local bookshop and I decided to go along. I am extremely thankful that this happene... READ MORE
Kyleigh Davies
Call Time
Very different!
If you could make a phone call into your past, who would you call? What would you change if you could? Bob Bloomfield in the present day wears titanium arm... READ MORE
Celia Short