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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
Kelly moved to Fort Myers Beach to live with her aunt after the death of her parents in an auto accident. Scott is her next door neighbor and the brains behind their adventures. Austin has a crush on Kelly but she doesn't seem to know it. Zoey's family is rather well off. These four teens work together to investigate murders that happened in the past and prevent any more. They find a time machine that once belonged to Thomas Edison. They call the device their Spirit Radio. Every time they go back in time something in the future changes. When they hear the voice of a dead person begging for help they go back in time to the 1980s. This time they may have gone too far. The murderer is now looking for them.
This is the second book in the 'Cul8R Time Travel Mystery Series'. Bob Kat dd an excellent job recreating the 1980s. "BRB" is a balanced mixture of time travel/science fiction and mystery. The teenagers are well-created and developed; it was very easy to connect to the characters as they are very realistic. This book is entertaining and sure to please young adults and not so young adults. The plot would make a great movie. There is a hint of romance in this tale but it is very well done and not offensive in any manner. Now that I have read book 2 in this series I want to go back and read the first one.