The Great Pretender
"Great" is a bit of an exaggeration when it comes to how Jasmine Clark handled an impossible situation one rainy afternoon.
But, then again, how might a 21-year-old woman studying abroad in a foreign city be expected to act when transported to a foreign time?
Jaz -a witty pessimist, self-proclaimed disaster, and aspiring writer- finds herself in London, facing everyday struggles: callous mother, terrible hair (and face) days, and writer's block.
Seeking inspiration from her travels, her attempts to find her long-lost muse seemed to be in vain, and her writing was going nowhere. That was, until Jaz was thrusted into something unthinkable: 1975.
Now, she must attempt to blend in, but that's easier said than done.
At the threshold of adventure, Jaz will attempt to make her way back to the 21st century with her secret still intact, but has no way of foreseeing what, or who, will stand in her way.
Follow Jaz on her journey as she narrates her trials and fumbles through an experience which would shape her life in more ways than one, making too many jokes and being an overall relatable mess of a person along the way.
***Reviewed by @BhavnaJha01***
*Blue Rose Awards: 2nd Place in General Fiction
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Began: 18 March 2019
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