Mickey Wade, recently unemployed and out of options, finds himself living in his grandfather's place, back in his old neighborhood. When he takes some expired Tylenol that he finds at the apartment, he has no idea of the chain of events that he will set in motion. Suddenly able to time travel back to the early 1970's when he was born, he is now capable of seeing firsthand his own life history. What Mickey also realizes is that he may be able to alter the outcome of that history as well. This seems like an appealing idea for him, especially when he meets the young boy that will grow up to kill Mickey's own father.
I am a huge fan of Severance Package, also by Swiercyznski, and have been looking forward to reading this book. I was not disappointed.