“A type of books which leaves you feeling bereft while you get to the end. An addictive page-turner laced with hilarity, poignancy and nostalgia.”
Toby Grant spends his days working for a digital marketing agency and his nights stressing about how unfair life is for his generation. With a thirtieth birthday only months away and his finances approaching meltdown, it’s fair to mention Toby isn’t a happy millennial. His parents’ generation had it such a lot easier … or did they?
After a series of fairly unfortunate events, Toby is offered a possibility to discover exactly what life used to be like for his parents’ generation; courtesy of a journey back in time to 1969.
However, life in pre-decimal Britain isn’t moderately so simple as Toby envisaged. And neither, as it transpires, is time trip.