What made Timeless interesting was how the author jumped back and fourth in time so well. It wasn't confusing to switch settings and blended in very well. Also there wasn't a lot of scientific information about time travel to bore the reader. Another thing the author did well was that her descriptions of each settings were very descriptive. Although the book was interesting the start of the book was weak. I think if someone was not committed to the book, they might abandon it because the beginning didn't capture themselves. I recommend this to a person with patience.