Rated 4.60/5 based on 10 reviews
A teen time traveler accidentally takes her secret crush back in time. Awkward. More
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Language: English
ISBN: 9781476458922
About La Plume Press

Lee Strauss is the international bestselling author of A Nursery Rhyme Suspense Series (Mystery Sci-fi Romantic Suspense), The Perception Series (young adult dystopian), and young adult historical fiction. She is the married mother of four grown children, three boys and a girl, and divides her time between British Columbia, Canada and Dresden, Germany. When she's not writing or reading she likes to cycle, hike and practice yoga. She enjoys traveling (but not jet lag :0), almond lattes, red wine and dark chocolate.

She also writes younger YA fantasy as Elle Strauss.

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Review by: Akiko Yoshimoto on April 25, 2014 :
I really liked it, it's well written.
I'd like to read more about Casey's past travelling (when she was a child).
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Review by: Lewis Haller on July 05, 2013 :
Elle Strauss wrote a very good short story (Clockwise). I enjoyed the story; I wanted to read other books by this author. I probably will not read any more of clock series books as I feel that for the length, too much is being asked! I would have gone for $0.99 per additional book or $3.99 for the Clockwise Series Omnibus.
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Review by: ahrah yatar on Feb. 11, 2013 :
..i really love the story!
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Review by: Ellen Fleischer on Sep. 02, 2012 :
Refreshingly original take on time travel and teen romance marred only by a few glaring spelling and formatting issues.
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Review by: Rene Lathrop-Nethercot on July 30, 2012 :
This was a delightful easy to follow story. I recommend it greatly, and will look for more of this author's work in the future.
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Review by: Lisa- Bookworm Lisa on July 10, 2012 :
I love this book. It is a quick and fun read. It falls in between middle grade and YA for me. I think any age group would love it. It's appropriate for the younger reader. I loved how the book is written in the first person. It is written from Casey's point of view. She is a great young woman. At 16 she has endured quite a bit with time travel and has a very fun personality. There is a little romance and a little action adventure.
I give it 4.5 stars and highly recommend this book!
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Review by: Raw L on July 02, 2012 :
Nice book,I enjoyed reading it.You can say it had all the elements,romance,action,mystery and a few laughs along the way,at least for me.Anyways,it was entertaining and well written,you should try it!
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Review by: Jenny Andersson on May 13, 2012 :
I enjoyed this book very much. In fact, I loved it. As we say in Sweden "klockren". Wictch could mean fabulous, breathtaking... and much other good words. Because this e-book is worth it. If I could I would spell the word for you to let you know what it sound like. (If you don't already get it). But I can tell you this much: It has to do with bells and clocks. I'm looking forward to read more stuff and hard work by you.
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Review by: Gemma Knott on April 30, 2012 :

Wow! Clockwise is amazing! I read this book in just a few hours, and every time I got pulled away to do something else, I whined until no one wanted to be with me. I'm fairly sure they still don't. THAT is how much I love this book.

I love Nate. I love all the characters! But Nate, I think, was my special favorite. He came in at all the right times, said the right things - even when he didn't,, like when he jumped into the fight at the meeting, I couldn't get enough.

Samuel - there were two times when his role in the plot wanted to make me roll over with deliciousness: when he and Casey had just arrived in 1961 and he mentioned the car, a 1959 something something (I'm not a car person) and when he tells Casey his name in her backyard in her present. Just call him the plot-twist man. He's amazing!

Casey was stong - but sometimes that wasn't enough. Twice, Nate had to come and rescue Casey because she "couldn't" do it herself. She's strong, got good reflexes, even athletic - but all she does is threaten to scream! I don't get it. It didn't seem like it was true, and I kept waiting for Casey to wake up and go, "well, that's another dream where Nate comes and saves me and then we fall in love. Too bad I woke up early."

All in all, this book will be on my bookshelf for a long time. And once I'm not broke, I'll definitely buy the sequel!
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Review by: L T on April 12, 2012 :
I read this book in one sitting, I just couldn't put it down (or more precisely, get away from my computer).
Clockwise had it all in my opinion, a strong protagonist, a great love interest, villains, adventure, time travel (obviously) and a little mystery. I thought that Casey was a very likable character. She was strong willed and never whined about her circumstances, she did what she had to do to survive and tried to live life as normal as possible despite the time travelling.
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